Indian and White Relations (2)

Indian and White Relations (2) - Indian and White Relations...

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Lecture Topic: He sailed around and entered from the gulf to Florida Fought Timucua, fought De soto and fled to lakes where they drowned instead of surrended Fought against the Spanish Had villages but became nomadic as Spanish destroyed their towns Hernando De Sota 1539 Custer defeated by Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse Sioux people of the Dakotas Called the Lakotas, Oglala, Sioux Siouan Catawan, Plains Indians Horse Culture Little Big Horn 1876 Sitting Bull, poor can no longer hunt Peyoute Waboka teaches them the Ghost Dance to get rid of the white man Return the Great Spirit to return them to their lands After Wounded Knee relegated to Pine Ridge reservation Wakatanka gave the Sioux the black hills Massacre at Wounded Knee December 27th, 1890 Not all men are created equal No religion freedom for Indians Indian Religion Wakatanka (Sioux name) for Great Spirit Historical Preamble Sitting Bull (Tatanka Yotanka)
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course ANT 203 taught by Professor Cherney during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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