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The Golden Years were the 15 years in between the civil war and the Indian removal
During the Golden Years, the Indians of the five tribes reestablished their governments and the per capita income raised significantly.
During this time the members of the five tribes were able to go to school and get proper educations from kindergarten to early college
During the golden years, many churches were build of all different kinds
at the end of the golden years, all the churches and schools were closed.
The golden years were the time of peace and happiness for the five tribes in between the removal and the war.
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