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7 July, 01:13

What is historically significant about this 1879 speech by Chief Joseph?

It is a detailed description of the conflict between the non-native settlers and the Native Americans.

It is a direct and eloquent plea delivered in Washington for the equal treatment of all Native Americans.

It is a subtle and polite attempt to make peace with those who work for the government.

It is an adamant demand of requirements issued by the Native Americans to the non-native settlers.

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  1. 7 July, 01:49
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    "It is a direct and eloquent plea delivered in Washington for the equal treatment of all Native Americans" is the one among the following choices given in the question that describes the historical significance about this 1879 speech by Chief Joseph. The correct option among all the options that are given in the question is the second option.
  2. 7 July, 02:33
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    The correct answer here is the second option.

    Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt, or more commonly known as Chief Joseph was a leader of band of Nez Perce Native Americans who fought against the US government because of their treatment of the Native Americans. After a series of bloody conflicts Joseph states that he is tired and pleas for better treatment of his people.
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