Indians of the Great Plains - Indians of the Great Plains Culture and Conflict Buffalo Hunters Andrew Jackson Trail of Tears 1838 Chivingtons

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Indians of the Great Plains: Culture and Conflict
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Buffalo Hunters
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Andrew Jackson
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Trail of Tears, 1838
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Chivington’s Massacre (Sand Creek)1864 John Chivington
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Chivington’s Massacre, 1864 Aug 1864, Chivington declared, "the Cheyennes will have to be roundly whipped -- or completely wiped out -- before they will be quiet. I say that if any of them are caught in your vicinity, the only thing to do is kill them ." A month later, while addressing a gathering of church deacons, he dismissed the possibility of making a treaty with the Cheyenne: "It simply is not possible for Indians to obey or even understand any treaty. I
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  • US History, Lakota people, Cheyenne, George Armstrong Custer, Sioux, Sitting Bull, Chief Black Kettle

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