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21. Curriculum WebLinks: FCS: Social Studies
Unit 9 Civil war. Unit 3 - Communities and Cultures Long Ago Eastern Woodland and plains indians. - National Museum of the American indian.
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22. Review Of A Guide To The Indian Wars Of The West
population figures by geographic location (plains, Southwest, Plateau not as clear that the Indians misperceived the articles in the us Army war College journal
John D. McDermott. A Guide to the Indian Wars of the West . Lincoln and London, England: University of Nebraska Press, 1998. xx + 205 pp. Ten tables, seven illustrations, endnotes, bibliography, and index. $16.95 (paper), ISBN 0-8032-8246-X. Reviewed for H-War by Brian J. Auten A Guide will be quite useful for students beginning their forays into the world of nineteenth century U.S. frontier warfare. McDermott divides A Guide For the data-hungry researcher, McDermott provides six of his ten tables in his chapter on military and tribal organizations. Four of the tables list estimated Native American tribal population figures by geographic location (Plains, Southwest, Plateau and Great Basin), and for further assistance, the author supplies the "as of" census date. Following a breakdown of Native American tribes, McDermott moves into his discussion of U.S. Army organization. The fifth table in the chapter highlights the diversity of officers who served during the Indian Wars (based on a 1888 tabulation of officer birthplaces) (p. 24). McDermott finishes his data-rich chapter with a chart giving army strength from 1849 to 1890. McDermott devotes an entire chapter to this last issue: the Native American "way of war" (irregular warfare) and the U.S. Army’s response. The issue of a missing cohesive and context-relevant military strategy is often overlooked when individual frontier campaigns are examined, so McDermott’s analysis and his suggested use of Robert Utley’s two-volume series (_Frontiersmen in Blue_ and

23. Red River War-Reconstructing
seasons of fieldwork at the Red River war battle sites used by the us Army and the Southern plains indians. that there were not as many indian participants at
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Archeologists conducting a metal detector survey at the Battle of Red River site. Photo courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission. THC archeologists Randy Vance (left) and Brett Cruse use a Global Positioning system receiver to record the locations of artifacts. Photo courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission. Scene of the Battle of Red River site and surrounding environs. Photo courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission. Portion of an 1875 map showing the general location of the Battle of Red River. The running battle covered a distance of some 12 miles. Photo courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission. Contour map of site of the Battle of Lyman's Wagon Train showing the distribution of Indian and U.S. Army cartridges and bullets. Courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission.

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29. Hutchinson High School - Social Studies
events beginning with the French Revolution through World war II (1789 Kansas and Kansans in the shaping of us history. A study of the plains Indians is included
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31. US History - Study Guide (1492-1776)
of the United States before 1865 Study Guide Unit 1 wheel extreme north, North American plains and woodlands French indian war (Seven Years war) 1754-1763.
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32. The Whiskey Trade Of The Northwestern Plains: A Multidisciplinary Study
Kennedy s portrayal of the role played by the us Civil war in stimulating historical overview of the indian trade among the northwestern plains indians.
The Whiskey Trade of the Northwestern Plains: A Multidisciplinary Study
Kennedy, Margaret A.
Published by and EH.Net (July, 1998) Margaret A. Kennedy. The Whiskey Trade of the Northwestern Plains: A Multidisciplinary Study . American University Studies, Series IX; History, 0740-0462, vol. 171. New York: Peter Lang, 1997. x + 181 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, and index. $39.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-8204-2596-6. Reviewed for H-Business and EH.Net by Steven D. Swearingin, Southern Illinois University (Carbondale) Historical archaeologist Margaret A. Kennedy's The Whiskey Trade of the Northwestern Plains is a short multidisciplinary study which explores the final boom phase of the Indian trade economy on North America's northwestern plains. It focuses on the buffalo robe sector of the fur trade industry, with special emphasis upon "whiskey trade" activities in the Upper Saskatchewan River region of Western Canadajust over the Montana borderfrom 1865 to 1875. Her narrative highlights social aspects and material culture by interrogating archaeological, documentary and oral history records from Euramerican and Amerindian cultures. Kennedy proclaims her study to be an attempt, "among other things, to portray the different attitudes and perceptions held by the numerous and distinct parties who were directly involved or affected by the trade" (p. xviii). The resulting study provides an interesting historical overview of an ephemeral frontier economy precariously balanced between Euramerican settlement and Amerindian independence.

33. Native American Studies In Microforms
An account of military activity with northern plains indians and Apaches of the southwest. us Office of indian Affairs. Yakima and Rogue River Wars.
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Akwesasne Notes MICROFICHE E75 .A34 v.16-23 1984-1992 Vol. 1 (1969)-Present. "Official publication of the Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne (People of the Longhouse) and contains (from time to time) Longhouse News, the official publication of the Mohawk Nation at Kanawake." Collections Applegate Papers. 3 reels (MICROFILM F 881 .A67 1900a). Correspondence of Oregon pioneers connected with O. C. Applegate, especially concerning the Modoc Indian War. Boas Collection Materials The Beynon Manuscript. 4 reels (MICROFILM E99.T8 B49 1980). The collection, now preserved at Columbia University, was transcribed by William Beynon, abstracted and arranged by Franz Boas, and consists of Tsimshian history, ethnography, and literature. Finding aid: guide on reel 1. Cayuse Indian War. 2 reels (MICROFILM F 880 .O736 1954). Provisional Government. Adjutant General. File A., documents 1-1127. Diary of John Gregory Bourke.

34. Social Studies - 9th U.S. History
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35. The Plains Sioux And U.S. Colonialism From Lewis And Clark To Wounded Knee
Part I. Conquest 1. ‘Vilest Miscreants of the Savage Race’ the plains Sioux in Enough to Crush us Down’ struggles The Most Serious indian war of Our
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This volume presents an overview of the history of the Plains Sioux as they became increasingly subject to the power of the United States in the 1800s. Many aspects of this story - the Oregon Trail, military clashes, the deaths of Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull, and the Ghost Dance - are well-known. Besides providing fresh insights into familiar events, the book offers an in-depth look at many lesser-known facets of Sioux history and culture. Drawing on theories of colonialism, the book shows how the Sioux creatively responded to the challenges of US expansion and domination, while at the same time revealing how US power increasingly limited the autonomy of Sioux communities as the century came to a close. The concluding chapters of the book offer a compelling reinterpretation of the events that led to the Wounded Knee massacre of December 29, 1890.
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36. Those Who Came Before Us: The Indian Murals Of H. D. Bugbee
early 1900s, Bugbee portrayed historic and thencontemporary Southern plains life, including cowboys, American Indians, and flora (left The war Dance
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum Canyon, TX Those Who Came Before Us: The Indian Murals of H. D. Bugbee O n June 30, 2001, the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum at Canyon, Texas, will begin exhibiting Those Who Came Before Us: The Indian Murals of H. D. Bugbee , which Harold Dow Bugbee painted in the early 1950s. The exhibition will include Bugbee's original thirteen murals for the Museum's then-Indian Hall, plus three Indian dance murals he added to cycle later, and sketches and studies (some made in the 1920s) for the murals. Much like Charles M. Russell , Bugbee's idol, who depicted life on the northern Great Plains in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Bugbee portrayed historic and then-contemporary Southern Plains life, including cowboys, American Indians, and flora and fauna of the region. (left: Canyon de Chelly (left: The War Dance Advised by cattlemen Frank Collinson and Charles Goodnight, Bugbee rendered the landscape and wildlife of the Texas panhandle, as well as nostalgic paintings of Indians and cowboys. Each fall, until the late 1930s, the artist traveled to Taos to paint with his fellow artists "Buck"Dunton

37. Social Studies
Prerequisite Sophomores need teacher approval and completed us History. Revolution, the Mountain Men, the plains Tribes and the indian Wars, Pioneers, the
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38. Program In American Studies At Princeton University--Electives, 1998-99
the United States and Europe The plains Indians Poverty and History 376 The American Civil war and Reconstruction SpanishSpeaking Peoples in the us * 380 The
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39. Montgomery County Public Schools - Social Studies Department
of western expansion, including federal indian policy, the plains wars, and agricultural Overview indian Tribes and the United States us Dept.
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Complex Change Transforms American Society U.S. History Content Standards

Students demonstrate an understanding of the transformation of the American economy and the changing social and political conditions in the United States in response to the Industrial Revolution up to 1917. Describe the rise of big business as a major force in the United States and its impact on economic and political practices Describe significant innovations in technology that changed the quality of life and transformed agriculture, mining and ranching

40. Indians
In the Reconstruction Era after the Civil war, the United States government confiscated the western portions of the indian Territory and plains indians.
Native People Before Coronado and his colleagues landed on America's shores, Indians resided in what would become Oklahoma. Remnants of several different hunter-agricultural civilizations have been found in Oklahoma, including a site near Anadarko, where archaeologists discovered the bones of a mammoth and several spear points. Scientists estimate the mammoth was killed more than 11,000 years ago and have identified the spearheads as belonging to an ancient group of hunters known as the Clovis culture. From 500 to 1300 A.D., a group known as the Mound Builders lived in an area just west of the Arkansas/Oklahoma border in LeFlore County. Artifacts left in ceremonial burial site "mounds" show the Mound Builders were highly skilled artisans with a sophisticated economy. By the time explorers discovered the mysterious earthen mounds in the 17th and 18th centuries, the culture centered there was extinct, and the Osage and Quapaw tribes laid claim to the region. Today, the area has been preserved for visitors and scientific study as Spiro Mounds State Park Click this icon to hear a sample of Indian Flute music (113 Kb).

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