Red Cloud and the Sioux Problem
U of Nebraska Press, 1. jan. 1965 - 375 sider
From the mid-1860s until the end of organized resistance on the Great Plains, Red Cloud, the noted Oglala Sioux, epitomized for many the Indian problem. Centered on Red Cloud?s career, this is an admirably impartial, circumstantial, and rigorously documented study of the relations between the Sioux and the United States government during the years after the Civil War.
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THE RISE OF A LEADER
A LASTING PEACEFORT LARAMIE 1866
CARRINGTON REAPS THE WHIRLWIND
RED CLOUD SIGNS THE TREATY
WHAT DOES THE TREATY MEAN?
RED CLOUD VISITS THE GREAT WHITE FATHER
THE ARMY TAKES OVER
MISSOURI RIVER INTERLUDE
THE STRUGGLE WITH MCGILLYCUDDY
A TEMPORARY TRIUMPH
THE SIOUX BILL
Ghost DANCE AND WOUNDED KNEE
THE END OF THE ROAD
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