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Unformatted text preview: John Deere, steel-faced plow James Oliver, chilled-iron plow—sodbuster Bonanza farms D. Challenges Soddy—Nebraska marble, Kansas bricks Dugout School-Children’s Storm, 1888 IV. Native American Frontier A. Transformation of Native Life 1. buffalo/American bison Buffalo Bill Cody, buffalo robes Pawnee, Blackfeet 2. reservation/concentration concentration policy reservations—Indian Peace Commission 3. conversion/education Carlisle Indian School Dawes Act Burke Act 4. Advocates Helen Hunt Jackson, A Century of Dishonor, 1881 B. Violence— Indian Wars (1860-1890) 1. Sand Creek, CO—1864 Cheyenne, Arapaho Col. John Chivington Chief Black Kettle “nits make lice” Kiowa, Comanche, Sioux, Blackfoot, Crow 2. Chief Joseph—Nez Perce 3. Battle of Little Big Horn—1876 Gen. George Custer Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse 4. Geronimo—Apaches, 1886 Gen. Miles Fort Pickens, Fort Sill 5. Wounded Knee, SD—1890 Ghost Dance Paiute--Wovoka...
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- Cheyenne, Frederick Law Olmsted, Battle of the Little Bighorn, Sitting Bull, Chief Black Kettle, Gen. George Custer