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8th Grade U.S. History

Create a poster that demonstrates your understanding of the Indian Removal Act in the United States. Your poster must include:

  • A visual metaphor that demonstrates the situation between the Indians and the US Government. You can use anything that cannot exist together in the same space.
  • WDP explaining how your visual is a metaphor for the struggle between Indians and the U.S. government (just like trains cannot be on the same track together at the same time, American Indians and the U.S. Government could not co-exist because…)
  • A title
  • A Visually appealing product: It must be Neat & have at least 4 colors
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