Native Americans After Reconstruction. Native Americans in the 1800s. By 1850, nearly all Native Americans had been removed from the eastern part of Texas In the western part, Natives fought to keep settlers from moving westward. Some soldiers serve as buffer to protect east Texas settlers
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Native Americans After Reconstruction
Who do you think is to blame for the Warren Wagontrail Raid?Do you think what happened was fair and just, or do you think the entire situation was blown out of proportion?
“The buffalo is our money…[T]he robes we can prepare and trade. We love them just as the white man does his money. Just as it makes a white man feel to have his money carried away, so it makes us feel to see others killing and stealing our buffaloes, which are out cattle given to us by the Great Father above”-Chief Striking Eagle of the Kiowa