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The U.S. Indian Territory was an area in present-day Oklahoma that was set aside by the U.S. government in the 19th century as a permanent home for Native American tribes forcibly removed from their ancestral lands in the southeastern United States. Originally designated as "Indian Country" in the 1830s, the territory served as a temporary home for tribes such as the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole as they were forced to migrate on the infamous Trail of Tears.
In the decades that followed, the Indian Territory became a melting pot of cultures, with tribes from across the country coming together to form a new, unique community. The territory's history was marked by conflicts with settlers, as well as internal disputes between tribes, and it played a key role in the Civil War. After Oklahoma became a state in 1907, the Indian Territory was dissolved, and the land was divided up into smaller reservations. Despite its complex history, the Indian Territory remains an important part of the story of Native American rights and land ownership in the United States.
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