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Native Americans moved from lands where they had lived for a long time. Which of the following statements best explains the reason for this change?

Native Americans hunted differently once they had access to guns.

Native Americans could travel further once they had access to horses.

Native Americans sold their lands to settlers and moved to open territory.

Native Americans were forced out by competition for resources and hunger. ***

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    You are right.

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