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1

15 years after the removals and before the Civil War

Golden years

2

Which tribe was completely loyal to the south

Choctaw

3

True or false was education important to the tribes

True

4

Which tribe didn't make citizens of slaves

Chickasaws

5

Confederate agent convince tried to sign with South

Albert Pike

6

How much was each slave worth in 1861

$1200 each

7

Which southern state was a part of the union

Kansas

8

Who was an Enemy of John Ross who led Cherokee mountain rifles and part with the confederacy

Stand Watie

9

Full-blooded creeks were loyal to the union or the confederacy

Union

10

When did the Choctaw signed treaty with south

July 12 1861

11

Who led the creeks

Sands and opothleyahola

12

Who was favored by tribal agents

The south

13

What leader joined the union later in the Civil War

John Ross

14

Last chief of the five civilized Tribes to sign a treaty with the south

John Ross

15

The last Confederate General to surrender

Stand Watie

16

A slave who lent money to buy provisions for hungry people

Gopher John

17

The only try to treat slaves as Freedmen

Seminoles

18

The only try to remain completely loyal to the south

Choctaws

19

Leaders of this tribe were the first to make contact with the union

Creeks

20

Military leader of Cherokee rifles

Stand Watie

21

The most influential Indian leader who favor neutrality

John Ross

22

Creek signed treaty was south

July 10, 1861

23

Seminal signed treaty with the self

August 1, 1861

24

Cherokee signed treaty with the South

October 7, 1861

25

Choctaw signed a treaty with South

July 12, 1861

26

Planes Comanche signed treaty with the south

August 12, 1861

27

The battle of cabin Creek

September 1864

28

Last Confederate General surrendered

Stand Watie June 23, 1865

29

General Robert E Lee surrendered

April 9, 1865

30

Battle of honey springs

July 17, 1863

31

Reconstruction treaties signed with Washington between the federal government and the five civilized Tribes

January 1866