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When efforts by the Native American tribes were unsuccessful in their resistance to forced relocation, which step did some tribes take next?

Some tribes negotiated agreements about the reservation and the relocation process.
Some tribes dispersed and avoided the call to reservation land, preferring a nomadic lifestyle.
Some tribes bought land of their own so they could create their own reservations.
Some tribes fled to Canada, where they were welcomed by the Canadian government.

is it B?

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  1. I agree.

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  2. The answer is not B the answer is D)Some tribes fled to Canada, where they were welcomed by the Canadian government.

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  3. The answer is letter is not B or D, The answer is letter A)Some tribes negotiated agreements about the reservation and the relocation process.
    I just took the test and got it right.

    Hope this helps:)

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