Centuries of Genocide: Modoc Indians, Part III

( – promoted by navajo) photo credit: Aaron Huey The Battle of Lost River In Part II, I had concluded with the Third Generation’s great crisis. The Modoc were destroyed as an independent people, and forced into being part of … Continue reading

Centuries of Genocide: Modoc Indians, Part II

( – promoted by navajo) photo credit: Aaron Huey Ethnography Prior to contact, the Modoc people inhabited an area approximately 5,000 square miles in southern Oregon and the northeastern corner of California, where today Modoc County corresponds somewhat to traditional … Continue reading

Centuries of Genocide: Modoc Indians, Part I

( – promoted by navajo) photo credit: Aaron Huey Prior to contact, the Modoc people inhabited an area approximately 5,000 square miles in southern Oregon and the northeastern corner of California, where today Modoc County corresponds somewhat to traditional geography. … Continue reading

The Wounded Knee Massacre: 120th Anniversary

The Sand Creek Massacre and the Washita Massacre both led to the Wounded Knee Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre brought the realization that “the soldiers were destroying everything Cheyenne – the land, the buffalo, and the people themselves,” and the … Continue reading

The Massacre For Which Thanksgiving Is Named (Pt.2)

( – promoted by navajo) and out of that heightened violence came the massacre for which Thanksgiving is named. Thanksgiving Day Celebrates A Massacre William B. Newell, a Penobscot Indian and former chairman of the Anthropology department at the University … Continue reading

“The Lord Places People in This or That Country – Uganda (Edited)”

( – promoted by navajo) Julius Oyet is represented in the video. Oyet is a self-designated Apostle and leader of the Lifeline Ministries. He has found favor with President Museveni for praying against areas of Northern Uganda once controlled by … Continue reading