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North America/Native America: Sioux, Zuni, Iroquois Worlds of Music, Chapter 2
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Native America
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Sioux, Great Plains
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Territories, Reservations and Forced Migrations Iroquois League (Finger Lakes region, N.Y. state)  formed ~1450-1600  Trail of Tears (1830-1835) forced relocation of several eastern tribes to Indian  Territory, now Oklahoma refers particularly to the forced march of Cherokees,  in which 4,000 Cherokees died  Indian Removal Act 1830  The Long Walk (Navajo forced relocation) 1864;  return, 1868
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Iroquois Nations, 17th c.
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Trail of Tears
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The Long Walk 1864
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Native American Music hundreds of tribes with distinct music, but some  general characteristics: oral tradition mainly vocal sometimes with percussion few instruments steady duple or single meter
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