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Plains Indians. Arapaho Blackfeet Crow Kiowa Comanche Northern Cheyenne Southern Cheyenne Osage Sioux Pawnee Hidatsa Mandan Arikara Sarcee Assiniboine And many more…. Native American: Plains Indians . Map. Encyclopædia Britannica Online . Web. 15 Aug. 2011.

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Plains indians

Plains Indians

Arapaho

Blackfeet

Crow

Kiowa Comanche

Northern Cheyenne

Southern Cheyenne

Osage

Sioux

Pawnee

Hidatsa

Mandan

Arikara

Sarcee

Assiniboine

And many more…

Native American: Plains Indians. Map. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Web. 15 Aug. 2011.


Indian wars

Total number of Indian information from Native Americans in the Census, 1860–1890 By James P. Collins.http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2006/summer/indian-census.html#nt6

Indian Wars Map from Wikipedia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Wars

Indian Wars


The merriam report 1928

The Merriam Report (1928)


Notable politics timeline

Notable Politics (timeline)

  • 1804-1806; Lewis and Clark expedition encounters Native Americans

  • 1814; Andrew Jackson crushes Creek resistance in south

  • 1824; John C. Calhoun creates an Office of Indian Affairs

  • 1830; Indian Removal Act moves eastern Indians west of Mississippi

  • 1834; Congress establishes Indian Department within the Department of War

  • 1838; Cherokee “Trail of Tears”

  • 1850-1870; plains Indians cede land in exchange for reservations

  • 1854; Upper half of Indian territory becomes part of Kansas Territory

  • 1864; Cheyenne and Arapaho families massacred at Sand Creek, Colorado

  • 1864-1868; Navaho long walk

  • 1869-1876; 200 pitched battles between Indians and US Calvary

  • 1874-1875; Red River War

  • 1876; Sioux and Cheyenne defeat Custer at Little Big Horn, Montana

  • 1877 Nez Perce leave Idaho for Canada

  • 1878-1879; Northern Cheyenne escape Indian territory

  • 1886; Geronimo (Apache) surrenders after 15-years

  • 1887; Dawes Severalty Act creates allotment system

  • 1889; Ghost Dance

  • 1890; Massacre at Wounded Knee, South Dakota

  • 1892; Five civilized tribes granted US citizenship

  • 1907; Indian territory becomes eastern half of Oklahoma

  • 1924; citizenship Act makes Indians citizens without impairing status as tribal members; Bureau of Indian Affairs formed

  • 1933; Bureau of Indian Affairs reformed; sales of Indian lands halted

http://www.animatedatlas.com/timeline.html; Dr Donald R. Sutherland, Bureau of Indian Affairs


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