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Reconstruction (1866-1877)
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A painting of chief Joseph, of the Nez Perce Indians
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chief Joseph SurrendersOctober 5, 1877Chief Joseph love his homeland, his people, and peace, but he was exhausted of running from the U.S. Army. "Hear me, my chiefs! ns am tired. My love is sick and also sad. From whereby the sun now stands, I will fight no an ext forever." on October 5, 1877, chief Joseph spoke these words during his surrender in the be affected by each other Paw mountains of Montana.

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After a harrowing trip of more than 1,000 miles across Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and also Montana, gone after by the federal army, he and his pendant surrendered to the troops. They to be 40 miles from the Canadian border and freedom.
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