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Old 04-28-2006, 06:00 PM   #15
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According to my American Constitution class, the portion that says " Indians not taxed" covered indians who weren't citizens, but were living tribal life. When Congress made all indians citizens of the United States, (sometime in the 1930's) many tribes didn't want it as they considered themslves members of their tribe, not US citizens. By the way, the only "race" mentioned in the Constitution of the United States is Indians, (see above).

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Ever wonder why they call it indian nations and in side of the indian nation are the reservations the tribes live in?
Maybe the indians are not so dumb as some thought many years ago.
The indians lived with nature and respected the earth...we could learn a lot from their history.

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