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Mr. Padgett, Ms. Taylor, and Mr. Previti can help!
Official government reports, known as "white papers", do several things: inform others of an issue, take a position on that issue, and propose potential solutions to that issue.
Assignment: Write a "white paper" report (2-3 pages) in which you put forward the results of your research and recommendations to the United States government.
Task: Research your Native American tribe and its region and compose a white paper in which you:
Tribes are listed by their popular Americanized name.
Minimum source requirements:
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