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Battlefield Archaeologists Find Oregon Indian War Anything But Ancient History

Each year, hundreds of thousands of people visit famous battlefields of the Revolutionary War and U.S. Civil War — Bunker Hill, Gettysburg, Bull Run. But there have been other bloody conflicts on American soil — such as the Hawaiian Civil War and the French and Indian War — not as well-known, and their battlefields are rarely visited. The 19th-century Rogue River Indian War is another conflict lost to history for most people. It started with an uprising of natives against miners and other...

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