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The significance of the Battle of Wounded Knee was that

A

it dramatically showed the failures of the Dawes Act.

B

it led to a movement by Natives to move to Canada, where there was no such governmental persecution of Natives.

C

it showed the importance of railroads in bringing troops quickly to safe US Army men pinned down after a weeks-long siege.

D

it was the last major military encounter between the Plains Natives and the United States Army.

E

it made Teddy Roosevelt a national hero.

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