Murdered Native Americans: Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Anna Mae Aquash, James Vann, Elias Boudinot, Chief Pontiac, Cornstalk, Little Crow

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9781155463650: Murdered Native Americans: Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Anna Mae Aquash, James Vann, Elias Boudinot, Chief Pontiac, Cornstalk, Little Crow
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 164. Not illustrated. Chapters: Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Anna Mae Aquash, James Vann, Elias Boudinot, Chief Pontiac, Cornstalk, Little Crow, Major Ridge, Chief Niwot, Red Shoes, Opchanacanough, Black Kettle, Spotted Tail, John Ridge, Spotted Elk, Mangas Coloradas, Conquering Bear, William Mcintosh, Osage Indian Murders, Ingrid Washinawatok, Nemattanew, Chief Shakopee, Miantonomoh, Chief Mahaska, Chief Kitsap, Big Mouth, Melvin Coombs, David Vann, Sassacus, Wanata, Sam Sixkiller, Yellow Bird, King Hagler of the Catawba Indian Nation, Lean Bear, Crow Foot, King Yanabe Yalangway. Excerpt: Crazy Horse (Lakota: (in Standard Lakota Orthography), literally "His-Horse-is-Crazy"; ca. 1840 September 5, 1877) was a respected war leader of the Oglala Lakota. He fought against the U.S. federal government to preserve the land and traditions of the Lakota way of life, participating in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in June 1876. After surrendering to U.S. troops under General Crook in 1877, the prominent leader was fatally wounded by a military guard while resisting imprisonment at Camp Robinson in present-day Nebraska. Crazy Horse and his band of Oglala on their way from Camp Sheridan to surrender to General Crook at Red Cloud Agency, Sunday, May 6, 1877 / Berghavy ; from sketches by Mr. Hottes.Sources differ on the precise year of Crazy Horse's birth, but they agree he was born between 1840 and 1845. According to a close friend, he and Crazy Horse "were both born in the same year at the same season of the year", which census records and other interviews place at about 1845. Encouraging Bear, an Oglala medicine man and spiritual adviser to the Oglala war leader, reported that Crazy Horse was born "in the year in which the band to which he belonged, the Oglala, stole One Hundred Horses, and in the fall of the year", a reference to the annua...

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