The Choctaw Removal

Choctaw Migrations

November 15, 2019 admin 0

When the Europeans began their invasion of North America, they found that the Southeastern Woodlands area was inhabited by skilled farmers who lived in permanent […]

The Modoc War

The Modoc War

November 15, 2019 admin 0

The Modoc homeland is the Tule Lake area on the border between California and Oregon. In 1872-1873, the U.S. Army engaged a small band of […]

The 1855 Treaty of Hell Gate

The 1855 Treaty of Hell Gate

November 15, 2019 admin 0

When the United States divided Oregon Territory into Washington Territory and Oregon Territory in 1853, western Montana was included in Washington Territory. President Millard Fillmore […]

Mormons and Indians

Mormons and Indians

November 14, 2019 admin 1

When the European explorers, soldiers, missionaries, and colonists arrived in the Americas, they viewed the world through the lens of Christianity. Encountering peoples who were […]

Massasoit, Wampanoag Leader

September 8, 2016 admin 0

During the first part of the seventeenth century, the Wampanoag Confederacy controlled a large portion of what is now New England. Wampanoag territory ranged from Narragansett […]

Vice President Charles Curtis

August 24, 2016 admin 0

Indian citizenship and participation in American politics involves more than just voting: it also involves having Indians elected to public office. One of the first […]