Guilty of Being Indian

Guilty of Being Indian

November 24, 2012 admin 0

American history is filled with accounts of Indians being massacred by the U.S. Army, by American civilians, and others. Some of these “incidents” are well-known […]

The Bozeman Trail

May 5, 2012 admin 0

In 1851, the United States called a treaty council at Fort Laramie, Wyoming which was attended by 8,000 – 12,000 Indians from the Cheyenne, Arapaho, […]

Ancient America: Pictographs

November 26, 2011 admin 1

For thousands of years Indian people left evidence of their presence on the land with rock art: pictographs and petroglyphs. Pictographs are created by painting […]

The Sioux Return

April 29, 2011 admin 1

In 1876 the United States declared war on the Sioux in order to obtain the Black Hills in what is now South Dakota. Subsequently, Lt. […]