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1. In the Black Hills area Great Sioux Reservation, the major factor in the decrease of Indian territory, despite "in perpetuity" treaty rights was:
A. high quality farmland
B. the forced resettlement of other Native American tribes
C. family-based automobile tourism
D. the discovery of gold
Answer is D (discovery of gold)...
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