Chronicle of the Indian Wars: From Colonial Times to Wounded Knee
From the movie screen to the printed page, Native American culture and history have earned a significant place in the country's imagination. Now, in a fast-paced and authoritative narrative sure to become a standard reference in the field, historian Alan Axelrod looks back at 400 years of a violent and tragic struggle as the Indians fought to protect their lands from white colonizers. Photos, line drawings and maps.
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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West
Dee Alexander Brown
Limited preview - 2009
Jamestown and the Southern
King Philips War 16751676
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Abnakis alliance ambush American Apaches army assault attack August band battle Black Hawk Bozeman Trail Brant British camp campaign Captain captive captured Cavalry Cherokees Cheyennes chief Colonel colonial colonists command Crazy Horse Creek Custer death defeat Delaware destroyed Dog Soldiers English fight fire force French and Indian frontier garrison George Geronimo governor Hooker Jim horses hostile Hurons Indian agent Indian allies Iroquois John Joseph Brant July June killed Lake land leader Lieutenant Major March Massachusetts massacre Mexico Miles military militia militiamen Mohawks Narragansetts Navajos Nez Perces North October Ohio Ohio country Ojibwas Opechancanough Osceola Paiutes party peace Pequots Philip Potawatomis present-day prisoners Pueblo raids reservation resistance River Saint Santee Sioux scalp scouts Seminole Senecas September settlement settlers Shawnees siege Sioux Sitting Bull soldiers Spanish surrender Susquehannocks Tecumseh territory town trade treaty tribes troops Uprising Valley village Virginia warfare warriors West western William women wounded Wyandots