3 edition of Chiefs without Indians found in the catalog.
Chiefs without Indians
Don M. Cregier
|Statement||Don M. Cregier.|
|LC Classifications||DA576 .C73 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 317 p. :|
|Number of Pages||317|
|ISBN 10||0819128066, 0819128074|
|LC Control Number||82017546|
FAMOUS INDIAN CHIEFS. POWHATAN: THE GREAT SACHEM OF VIRGINIA. In the year the white wings of an English vessel were reflected in the blue waters of Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, as some hardy voyageurs upon the deck of the ungainly-looking craft took soundings of the depth of the water, admired the broad expanse of fertile country, and, after making . Includes bios of Red Cloud and Gall. Coloradan Robert W. Larson is a retired teacher who spent 30 years at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, where he taught Western and Gilded Age American history as well as Latin American books New Mexico’s Quest for Statehood, and New Mexico Populism: A Study of Radical Protest in a Western .
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TOP 10 GREATEST INDIAN CHIEFS. California Indian Education's tribal resource is being compiled to introduce young Native American Indian students to a few of their nations' most famous Indian chiefs of North America, brave tribal leaders and warriors who have left their mark on the recorded history of our great lands — please do your own research to learn more in.
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Waneta (‘The Charger’) A Yanktonai Sioux of the Pabaksa or Cuthead band, son of Shappa or Red Thunder. Born on Elm River in the present Brown County, South Dakota about He enlisted with his father in the English service in the War ofand fought valiantly at Ft.
Meigs and Sandusky, winning his name by his bravery in charging the Americans in the open, and. (/-W97/M/p. Written as a history of the mission to the Wyandot Indians, the book presents an interesting view of the cross cultural ideas relating to religion.
There is an excellent chapter on the Wyandot migration to Kansas. Worth reading, with an excellent bibliography. “Memorial of the Chiefs and Headmen of the Wyandott. Full text of "The Indian chiefs of Pennsylvania, or, A story of the part played by the American Indian in the history of Pennsylvania: based primarily on the Pennsylvania archives and colonial records, and built around the outstanding chiefs" See other formats.
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See Never before picture. In this second edition of Chiefs and Challengers, Phillips brings the story into the twentieth century by drawing upon recent historical and anthropological scholarship and upon seldom-used documentary evidence. AfterIndians faced new problems, including settler encroachment and the imposition of the reservation : University of Oklahoma Press.
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By Mourad Anouar Morocco World News Oklahoma City, Ma “Too many chiefs, not enough Indians” is a very telling proverb that nobody knows exactly its originator except it is American.HISTORY OF THE Ottawa and Chippewa Indians OF MICHIGAN; A GRAMMAR OF THEIR LANGUAGE, AND PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY OF THE AUTHOR, BY the author of this little book, is an educated Indian, son of the Ottawa Chief.
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