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#1 Jul-01-2014 09:01:am

tree hugger
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Interactive Time-Lapse Map

Interactive Time-Lapse Map Shows How the U.S. Took More Than 1.5 Billion Acres From Native Americans

Information: http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_vault/20 … _land.html

Map page: http://invasionofamerica.ehistory.org/

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#2 Jul-01-2014 09:07:am

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Re: Interactive Time-Lapse Map

I am not entirely sure this one is correct. As I push the timeline back to the early 1700's this is what it shows me as Indian homeland. Any thoughts?

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#3 Jul-01-2014 09:21:am

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Re: Interactive Time-Lapse Map

1784 Search for Delaware homelands



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#4 Jul-01-2014 10:13:am

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Re: Interactive Time-Lapse Map

They look, essentially correct, to me, as far as they go.  It doesn't show any of the Indian Reservations in the eastern states, however.

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#5 Jul-01-2014 10:30:am

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Re: Interactive Time-Lapse Map

Thanks, maybe it's the 'no Indians east of the Mississippi' syndrome.

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