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Years ago, by way of the Homestead Act of 1862, white Americans established themselves as landowners, sadly at the price of denying the Native Americans who were already occupying the territory.
The movement began with a misconception. The free land was truly not totally free, either in terms of finances or morality. There would be enough to make this venture a material success for pioneering families. Bounty was the promise—and the expectation. Neither one was a reality.
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