The Northern Shoshoni

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Caxton Press, 1980 - 259 sider
Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press


Historian Brigham Madsen has devoted much of his career to telling the story of the Shoshoni. The tribe once occupied a huge region that included portions of Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana. Madsen tells the story of the tribe and their struggle to adapt to the massive cultural changes that have occurred during the past 150 years.

 

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SHOSHONI HOMELAND
27
Oregon and Washington Superintendencies
28
UTAH NEIGHBORS
30
Neglect of Fort Hall Indians
31
Mormon Occupation of Northwestern Shoshoni Lands
33
Battle of Bear River
34
Doty Treaties of 1863
36
A RESERVATION AT FORT HALL
43
Indian Stockmens Associations
150
WATER ON THE LAND
155
The First Irrigation System
156
Failure of Idaho Canal Company
159
DITCHES AND DAMS
162
Michaud Flats Project
166
American Falls Reservoir
167
FROM GOLD TO PHOSPHATES
171

IndianWhite Hostilities in Boise Region
45
Selection of Fort Hall for Reservation
48
Agreement with Chief Tahgee and Bannock
51
Treaty of Fort Bridger 1868
52
Removal of Boise and Bruneau to Fort Hall
53
BUFFALO AND GOVERNMENT BEEF
58
More Hunting than Farming
64
Agreement of 1873
69
Continued Lack of Funds and Food
70
CAMAS PRAIRIE WAR
75
Nez Perce War Excitement
79
Troops Move to Fort Hall
81
The Bannock Go to War
83
WANDERERS ALONG THE BORDER
90
Special Agency for Utah Shoshoni
92
The PowellIngalls Commission
94
Corinne Indian Scare
95
Washakie Settlement
99
Aboriginal Land Claims Case
102
NEGOTIATING WITH WASHINGTON
107
Cession Agreement of 1881
109
Two Railroad RightsofWay
111
Sale of Pocatello Station Agreement of 1888
113
Pocatello Cession Agreement of 1900
117
The Day of the Run
123
HOME ON THE RESERVATION
128
PartTime Farmers Occasional Hunters
132
Troubles with Agent Teter
134
The Jackson Hole War
136
Confined to the Reservation
138
RAISING CATTLE AT FORT HALL
143
Trespass by White Cattlemen
144
Allotments and Grazing Leases
148
Early Mining Efforts
172
Prospecting in the Twentieth Century
174
Development of Phosphate Deposits
175
RightsofWay through the Reservation
176
SCHOOLS AND THE OLD WAYS
180
Establishment of a Boarding School
182
Enrolling Reluctant Students
184
The Process of Acculturation
187
A Shift to Day Schools
190
Idahos School Districts Take Over
192
MEDICINE MEN OLD AND NEW
195
The Ghost Dance and Christian Activity
198
The Sun Dance and Native Religion
202
One Medical Doctor per Tribe
204
Medicine Men Also Practice
206
A Hospital and Nurses
207
WHITE SHERIFFS AND INDIAN POLICE
211
Establishing an Indian Police Force
213
The Whiskey Traffic
215
Indian versus State Authority
217
Hunting and Fishing on the Reservation
218
OUR LITTLE LAND
223
Establishment of a Tribal Organization
226
Aboriginal Lands Case
228
Tribal Land Purchase Program
231
Reclaiming Lands Taken by Pocatello
234
CONCLUSION
237
APPENDIXES
239
LIST OF AGENTS AT FORT HALL 18691914
241
APPENDIX D
244
BIBLIOGRAPHY
245
INDEX
249
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Brigham Madsen, a former University of Utah history professor, spent many years studying the history and culture of the various branches of the Shoshoni nation. He has published several books about the Shoshoni tribes, including The Lemhi: Sacajawea's People also published by Caxton Press.

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