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  1. Essential Histories: The Plains Wars 1757-1900 by III. Charles M Robinson, 2007-04-16
  2. The Great Sioux Uprising: Rebellion On The Plains August- September 1862 by Jerry Keenan, 2003-10-15
  3. On the Rez by Ian Frazier, 2000-01-10
  4. The Dust Rose Like Smoke: The Subjugation of the Zulu and the Sioux by James O. Gump, 1994-01-01
  5. Life of Black Hawk, or Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak: Dictated by Himself by J. Gerald Kennedy, Black Hawk, 2008-05-27

41. Essays On Native Indian Studies - 152-011
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42. Analytical Essays - Help Writing College Essays On Native Indian Studies - 152-0
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Page 12 of 26 Contemporary Native American Concerns: Health, Sovereignty, and Leadership
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A 6 page discussion of the many problems facing contemporary Native Americans. Traces these problems back to the initial contact with the European people who invaded Native land. Asserts that everything from the ravages of disease on modern Native Americans to struggles over land rights and the right to independent government can be related to the demands and expectations of non-Native groups who now predominate North America. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Crazy Horse and Cochise: Similarities and Contrasts
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A 6 page discussion of two of the most remembered Native American leaders of the nineteenth century. Emphasizes that Cochise and Crazy Horse Cochise and Crazy Horse differed both individually and culturally. Contrasts those differences while drawing parallels between the factors which incited each man to military action. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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43. American Indian Studies Films At Stanford
George Catlin describes his enchantment with the 19th century plains indians. In theLand of the war Canoes (1989) Director Edward S. Curtis. indian Country?
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The following is a guide to selected films and videos which focus on the experience of Native Americans. You may locate these and other titles by searching Socrates, the online catalog Call numbers beginning with ZFL designate films, those with ZVC indicate VHS videos, and ZVU indicates 3/4" videocassette ("betamax"). DVDs will have the call number ZDVD and circulate overnight to Stanford students, staff, and faculty. All titles are available in Green Library Media-Microtext Center for in-house use; however, faculty or instructors who wish to show a film or tape for educational purposes can arrange for outside viewing. DOCUMENTARIES Again, A Whole Person I Have Become (n.d.) Producer: Shenandoah Film Productions. Col.; 20 min. (ZVC 2730). A Wintu medicine woman, a Karuk spiritual leader and a Tolowa headman recount the "old ways" of their peoples. Alice Elliott (1989) Director: Richard Lair. Col.; 11 min. (ZVLb 41) Documentary about Alice Elliott, a Pomo Indian basket maker.

44. TKI - Go West Timeline Of The West [Social Studies Online]
1870, Buffalo hunters begin moving onto the Great plains. 1871, Cochise, ApacheIndian chief surrenders to the us 1875, war between Lakota Sioux Indians and us
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Under order of President Thomas Jefferson, the Lewis and Clark Expedition depart from St.Louis, Mo., on May 14, to chart a course to the Pacific Ocean. Settlement of Oregon begins via the Oregon Trail. U.S. annexes Texas Mormons head West under Brigham Young and settle in Salt Lake City, Utah. 1848
Gold discovered January 24 in California. 80,000 prospectors emigrate to California to follow the gold boom. California becomes a state in the U.S. U.S. army sent to impose law over Mormons in Utah Gold discovered in Boulder Colorado. 100,000 people rush to the site Pony Express is set up to quickly carry the mail First transcontinental telegraph line completed October 24.
Civil War between Northern and Southern states begins. Lasts until 1865. Homestead Act was approved on May 20, grants free family farms to settlers.
Congress authorises the building of a transcontinental railroad Massacre of Cheyenne Indians at Sand Creek First cattle drive from Texas up the Chisolm trail to Abilene, Kansas
Medicine Lodge Treaty with the Indians sets up Indian Reservations on the Plains Transcontinental railroad completed; golden spike driven at Promontory, Utah

45. Professional Books
to the Northern plains Tribes HOMELAND — plains indian Timeline 1640 in the AmericanRevolutionary war Reference Resources (p. 24) The us Constitution The

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music combine to make America's Great indian Nations a their Chief Manuelito in anundeclared war against the Army; the Cheyenne of the Great plains, who were
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Record Rights: Life of Lease Rich landscape photography, dramatic reenactments, historical photographs, and haunting music combine to make America's Great Indian Nations a compelling look inside six of the most powerful, feared, and honored tribes throughout American history. The nations profiled are the Iroquois, the most powerful of the Eastern tribes; the Seminoles of Florida, who took freed slaves into their own nation; the Shawnee, whose Chief Tecumseh formed a great confederacy of Eastern tribes to protect their land; the Navajo of the Southwest, who were led by their Chief Manuelito in an undeclared war against the U.S. Army; the Cheyenne of the Great Plains, who were victims of the savage Sand Creek massacre in 1864; and the Lakota Sioux, whose leaders led the momentous Battle of Little Big Horn. 1 The Iroquois
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47. MINERVA Bibliographies: Native American/African-American
The Hidden Half studies of plains indian Women Washington Bataille, Gretchen M. Americanindian Women Garland, 1991. a Commemoration of World war II service CMH
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  • Buffalohead, Priscilla K.
    Farmers, Warriors, Traders: A Fresh Look at Ojibway Women
    Minnesota History 48. (1983): 236-244
    Mathes, Valerie Sherer
    Native American Women in Medicine and the Military
    Journal of the West 21.2 (1982): 41-48
    Medicine, Beatrice
    ‘Warrior Women’ — Sex Role Alternatives for Plains Indian Women The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women Eds. Medicine, Beatrice and Patricia Albers Washington: University Press of America, 1983. 267-280 Medicine, Beatrice and Patricia Albers, Eds. The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women Washington: University Press of America, 1983 Niethammer, Carolyn Daughters of the Earth: The Lives and Legends of American Indian Women New York: Collier, 1977 Stockel, H. Henrietta Women of the Apache Nation: Voices of Truth Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 1991

48. Native American History--U.S. History/Literature/Geography Lesson Plan (grades 9
of Native American tribes in the plains cultural region. us history Standard Understandsfederal indian policy and States foreign policy after the Civil war.
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Chief Joseph was well educated and articulate in English. For this lesson, you will need: Access to additional reference materials about Chief Joseph Tell students that you are going to devote a class period to reading the piece of Native American literature included below and analyzing it in a class discussion. Begin by explaining that the piece you will read is from the 19th century but that, unlike so much Native American literature that began orally and later was written down, this piece originated as a written document. Go on to say that the piece was published in a magazine for a white audience in 1879, two years after the writer had surrendered to the U.S. government; that the piece was written by the Nez Perce leader Chief Joseph, whose father had been converted to Christianity by a missionary; and that the son was educated in a mission school. Adventures in American Literature [Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1996].)

49. Military History - Book Review: A Guide To The Indian Wars Of The West
population figures by geographic location (plains, Southwest, Plateau of articlesin the us Army war College journal and Otherization of the indian but chooses
A Guide to the Indian Wars of the West
John D. McDermott
One of the enjoyable benefits of reviewing books is the discovery of works that will, when assigned to introductory students, provide good building blocks for further research. John McDermott's A Guide to the Indian Wars of the West is exactly that. McDermott's goals for writing the guide are straightforward: to give the reader 1) basic knowledge on the Indian Wars; 2) the reasons behind their occurrence; 3) an outline of the participants; 4) the results of the conflicts; and 5) sources for further study (p. xix). In spite of this reviewer's three or four minor suggestions, a few points of disagreement, some typographical errors, and the glaring omission of electronic resources, McDermott nonetheless successfully attains his goals. A Guide will be quite useful for students beginning their forays into the world of nineteenth century U.S. frontier warfare. 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.

50. Curriculum Links H-M-S Middle School
The Great Depression. Great Depression and World war II. Invention Dimension. ToysWere us How Our Favorite Toys Came to be Luxton Museum of the plains indian
Curriculum Internet Links Discovery Links Electronic Portfolio How to Write a Bibliography ... H-M-S Elementary School Curriculum Links Ancient Rome (Seventh Grade Social Studies) Ancient Civilizations: Chronology of Ancient Rome: Daily Life: Ancient Rome: Daily Roman Life: ... World History: Rome: Biomes (Fifth Grade Science) Biomes Biomes-Habitats: Biomes of the World: Blue Planet Biomes - World Biomes: ... British Columbia: Canada (General Information) About Canada An American's Guide to Canada: Canadian Encyclopedia ... Provicial and Territorial Governments: Websites for all the provices and territories of Canada. Statistics Canada Teaching and Learning about Canada Manitoba New Brunswick ... Yukon Territory Civil War (Fifth Grade Social Studies) The American Civil War Homepage: American Civil War Map Exhibits Timeline State Battle Maps: Civil War Music Site: Civil War Thinkquest Entry: ... The History Place - U.S. Civil War 1861-1865

51. Welcome To The Helena College Of Technology
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52. HIST 25-Introduction To Native American Studies
Great Basin, Northeast, Southeast, Great plains, Southwest, Mesoamerica. Policy 1788a. Secretary of war becomes responsible for indian Affairs b

53. Wessex Books Catalog
Native American studies us$10.00 Add to Cart BRAROE, Niels Winther. indian White SelfImage and Interaction in a Canadian plains Community. American Studie

54. Social Studies - Grade 4- 1st Nine Weeks
us Regions acquired/Settled The learner will be on the lifestyles of American indiansPlains, Eastern Woodlands French and indian war The learner will be able Studies k-5/CR45514.HTM
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The learner will be able to understand different types of maps, such as: - political maps - boundaries of countries and states, and capitals - physical maps - landforms, rivers, lakes, and elevations - data maps - natural resource maps, population maps, economic activity maps - grid maps - locate places - highway maps . Strand Bloom's Scope Hours Source Activities Map/Globe Skills Comprehension Master Georgia Criterion-Referenced Competency Test; QCC #5 Classroom Map Purpose
The learner will be able to examine a map's content and title to determine it's purpose. Strand Bloom's Scope Hours Source Activities Maps and Globes Knowledge Master Georgia Quality Core Curriculum; Core Skill, #54

55. Intra-American Studies
civilization from the opening of the Great plains to non treaties and contemporaryevents from an indian point of includes the effect of the Vietnam war on the
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Multicultural Issues: Culture, Communication, Change (3)
A course designed to develop an understanding of cultural and gender differences in American society, to identify personal values and to recognize the implications of interdependency among diverse societies so that students are prepared to communicate effectively within and across cultures in a multicultural society. Dual listed as SpCmu 102. Credit for both IASTU/SPCMU 102 and 103 will not be granted towards the degree. Student option grading.
Introduction to Multicultural Studies (5)
This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of issues related to race, social class, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities and culture and the role these issues play in the distribution of power and privilege in the United States. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Eng 100 or placement into Eng 101. Credit for both IASTU/SPCMU 102 and 103 will not be granted towards the degree. Student option grading.
American Popular Music (5)
Historical, cultural, social and stylistic study of American popular idioms from their African and European roots to the present. Focus on contemporary styles such as early Rock and Roll from its roots, Folk, Blue Grass, Country-Western, Blues, Heavy Metal, Rap and Jazz. Key artists contributing to the various periods of development will be discussed. Various facets of the music industry will be examined to gauge its influence on musical taste and style. Dual listed as Music 109. Student option grading.

56. The Horse In Blackfoot Indian Culture | Introduction By Candace S. Greene
Horses thus became a cause of war as well as transforming the methods by which warwas waged. us indian Service. 1996 Hair Pipes in plains indian Adornment.
October 12, 2001 Introduction by Candace S. Greene
When a 19th century Plains Indian artist drew a picture of a mounted warrior, he started with the horse, carefully delineating it before turning his attention to the rider. The resultant images appear like X-rays, with the fundamental outline of the horse clearly showing through all subsequent additions. In similar fashion, John Ewers chose the horse as the starting point for his verbal picture of Blackfoot culture. In The Horse in Blackfoot Indian Culture he works from the hoof up, taking readers from the fundamentals of hobbling and shoeing through the intricacies of social status, political organization, religion, and economic relations. The influence of the horse is clearly visible throughout his treatment of Blackfoot culture, society, and history, here and in subsequent works (1958). TECHNOLOGY OF HORSE CULTURE

Although the European-introduced horse was the catalyst that sparked these changes, in Ewers' view the changes were largely internally driven. He assigns major agency to Blackfoot people themselves, asserting that American fur traders and the advancing frontier did not have a significant impact upon them until after the establishment of an American Fur Company post in their territory in 1831. This is a study of culture change but not of acculturation.

57. Useful Links
a gallery of Western art, a plains indian museum, a the largest battlefield preservationorganization in the us Their site gives Civil war history, travel
FULLERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT - FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA Useful Links for Students Here are some sites to visit and explore. They are arranged by content and subject areas. Some sites have information that may be useful for several classes. Virtual Museums General Information and Research Health and Nutrition History/Social Studies ... Science New online periodical program for the Parks community! click button for details. Learn how to correctly cite electronic sources in the bibliography of a report or other presentation Virtual Museums Smithsonian Institution Root server for several Smithsonian Museums National Air and Space Museum National Museum of American Art Includes painting, sculpture, graphics, folk art, and photography, along with special exhibitions of American art American History Timeline This page arranges interesting links by period of American history. National Museum of American Indian Studies National Portrait Gallery Portraits of distinguished Americans Smithsonian Natural History Museum Web National Archives Online Exhibit Hall The Louvre The world's most famous collection of art and classical antiquities in Paris, France

58. Native American Studies Resources On Microform
Cayuse indian war. An account of military activity with northern plains indians andApaches Records of the Washington Superintendency of indian Affairs, 185374
Native American Studies: Resources in Microform Microforms Service Desk (Knight Library, First Floor): (541) 346-3080. Microforms Coordinator: Tamara Vidos. Reference questions to: Newspapers/Periodicals 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.

A war bonnet was a head piece worn by certain indians. Sitting Bull wasone of the most famous indian Chiefs of the plains Culture.
The Plains Indians lived in the area of our country known as the Great Plains. This culture group of Indians is well-known for the importance of the buffalo, their religious ceremonies, the use of the tepee, and their war-path customs. Four important tribes in this culture include the Dakota, Cheyenne, Sioux, and Comanche.
The buffalo was the most important natural resource of the Plains Indians. The Plains Indians were hunters. They hunted many kinds of animals, but it was the buffalo which provided them with all of their basic needs food, clothing, and shelter. The Plains Indian Culture followed the buffalo migration -or movement of the buffalo. Because of the constant moving of the tribe, they needed a form of shelter that could be quickly and easily put together and taken down. They called this type of home the tepee. The tepee was made by leaning long poles together and covering them with buffalo hide. The long poles of the tepee were dragged behind the horse and used to carry the belongings of the Indians when they moved their village. This was called a travois. Once the buffalo herd was spotted by the Indian scouts, it was the job of the women to set up the tepees while the warriors began the hunt.

60. History & Regional Studies
English Civil war, history regional studies, English Civil war. Good Day to Die/ Kill the indian, Save the RIVER , THE PLOW THAT BROKE THE plains , THE NEW
Department English Studies Library Main Library Introductory Page ... Poetry The video and DVD collection of Vienna University's English department currently holds some 500 films, mostly film versions of literary works and documentaries relating to English language(s) and literatures, with a few popular feature films. This collection is kept at the English Studies Library of the University of Vienna. The videos and DVDs can be watched there. A B C D ... W VIDEOS/DVDs IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER Video/DVD=Nr/Bd TITLE Category Description Video=443/1.2 -1918 The Crucible Chronologically follows Video=442/1.2. Video=442/1.2 1914-1918 Total War Chronologically precedes Video=443/1.2. A [Return to Top Video=196 Age of Charles II, The Documentary. Video=190/1-6 American Revolution, The (6 volumes) American history. Video=190/1 (1) The Conflict Ignites (American Revolution, The, 1) American history. (Tea Party to Concord). Video=190/2 (2) 1776(American Revolution, The, 2) American history.

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