The North American Indian. Volume 19 - The Indians of Oklahoma. The Wichita. The southern Cheyenne. The Oto. The Comanche. The Peyote cult. ~ Paperbound

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˹ 6 - Systematic hunts were made by the same men for Indian graves, to rob them of the silver pendants and other valuables deposited with the dead. A Georgia volunteer, afterward a colonel in the Confederate service, said: ' I fought through the civil war and have seen men shot to pieces and slaughtered by thousands, but the Cherokee removal was the crudest work I ever knew.
˹ 8 - Yamasee and other conquered tribes, Yuchi, and a large negro element from runaway slaves. When Hawkins wrote, in 1799, they had 7 towns, which, increased to 20 or more as they overran the peninsula. While still under Spanish rule the Seminole became involved in hostility with the United States, particularly in the War of 1812, and again in 1817-18, the latter being known as the first Seminole war. This war was quelled by Gen. Andrew Jackson, who invaded Florida with a force exceeding 3,000 men, as...
˹ 6 - The history of this Cherokee removal of 1838, as gleaned by the author from the lips of actors in the tragedy, may well exceed in weight of grief and pathos any other passage in American history. Even the much-sung exile of the Acadians falls far behind it in its sum of death and misery. Under Scott's orders the troops were disposed at various points throughout the Cherokee country, where stockade forts were erected for gathering in and holding the Indians preparatory to removal (43).
˹ 28 - Soto's expedition encountered some of the tribes of the confederacy in 1540-41, but the people did not become known until they were met by La Salle and his followers in 1687. At that time the Caddo villages were scattered along Red r. and its tributaries in what are now Louisiana and Arkansas, and also on the banks of the Sabine, Neches, Trinity, Brazos, and Colorado rs. in E. Texas. The Caddo were not the only occupants of this wide territory; other confederacies belonging to the same linguistic...
˹ 22 - ... 1789, by permission of the Spanish government, a part of them removed to Missouri, and afterward to Arkansas, together with a band of Shawnee.
˹ 26 - Missouri river, the whole comprising the larger part of what is now the state of Missouri and the northern part of Arkansas. The territory remaining to them, all of the present state of Oklahoma north of the Canadian and Arkansas rivers, was still further reduced by the provisions of treaties at...

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