The Sioux in 1866

The Sioux in 1866

February 17, 2016 admin 0

The designation “Sioux” is used to describe many different tribes who are divided into three linguistic divisions: Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota. While relative late-comers to […]

The Lame Cow War

The Lame Cow War

February 20, 2014 admin 0

In the 1840s a massive migration of non-Indians began in which long wagon trains would cross the Great Plains bringing new settlers into Utah, Oregon, […]

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, […]

The Battle of the Rosebud

April 1, 2012 admin 0

The expansion of the American empire westward across the Mississippi River was motivated by greed and supported by God. During the nineteenth century American greed […]

Mount Rushmore

January 3, 2012 admin 0

While Europeans tended to build the places they considered to be sacred-churches, statues, memorials-for American Indian people sacred places were often not places constructed by […]