Explain 19th century conflicts between Native Peoples and national, state, and local governments in the United States over land ownership and rights to self-government.
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the Mashpee Revolt (1833), a dispute over self-government in the Mashpee Indian district in Massachusetts
Shawnee leader Tecumseh’s call for Native Peoples to unify in resistance to the taking of their land (1810)
the significance of the Trail of Tears (1838) for the Cherokee and other native communities in the Southeast
President Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act (1830), which forced native communities to move from their ancestral lands in the Southeast to territory west of the Mississippi River