The War Against the Yavapai

December 31, 2011 admin 0

In 1865, some drunken American squatters murdered Pai headman Anasa. In retaliation, Pai raiders attacked several wagon trains, ran off livestock, and shut down the […]

The Hopi Reservation

December 25, 2011 admin 0

The Hopi had lived in their mesa-top villages in what is now northern Arizona for many centuries before the United States acquired the right to […]

The Indian Journal

December 24, 2011 admin 0

The media has never been fair and balanced when it comes to serving Indian people and reporting on events which impact Indian lives. Many Indian […]

Wild West Shows

December 22, 2011 admin 0

The nineteenth-century wild west shows did a great deal to firmly entrench the stereotype of the American Indian in American culture. This stereotype, loosely based […]

Indians on Exhibit

December 19, 2011 admin 0

During the nineteenth century, expositions and world fairs were seen as a profitable way for communities to promote themselves while educating the masses. Since Indians […]