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13 January, 17:32

Which of the following statements is FALSE?

a.

After the Adobe Walls Raid, Native Americans were not as organized against U. S. troops, and many of them were forced to move to reservations.

b.

The Red River Campaign led by Sheridan and Sherman was largely unsuccessful as U. S. troops were cornered into a canyon and slaughtered.

c.

Quanah Parker and other Native Americans felt that buffalo hunters were a major threat to their life on the plains and formed an alliance among several tribes to attack them.

d.

Buffalo soldiers were African American soldiers who fought in the Civil War and were a major factor in the U. S. victory over Native American tribes on the frontier.

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  1. 13 January, 19:29
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    The Red River Campaign led by Sheridan and Sherman was largely unsuccessful as U. S. troops were cornered into a canyon and slaughtered.

    Option: (b)

    Explanation:

    The Red River Campaign opened by the 'United States Army' intended to clear the lands off the aboriginal tribes of Comanches, Arapahos, and Kiowas. The war lasted for only a few months through 1874 and 1875 and culminated in the victory of the 'United States Army'. The US Army succeeded in pushing the tribes into the reservations by the mid of 1875.
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