Greed and the Administration of Indian Reservations in the 19th Century

With the formation of the United States in the late eighteenth century, policies toward American Indians generally followed the British colonial model in which Indians, like wolves, bears, and trees, were viewed as impediments to the taming of the wilderness. … Continue reading

Centuries of Genocide: Modoc Indians, Part IV

In case you missed anything… Part I describes the first generation of Modoc people to contact European-Americans, and the slow war in the Klamath Basin that destroyed the Second Generation. The Ben Wright Massacre is analyzed. Part II encapsulates the … 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

RezHeadz Entertainment Tour Schedule for the 2010 “Back 2 School” tour.

Smoke and RezHeadz are packed and ready to hit the road with the 2010 Rezolution “Back 2 School” Tour. here are a few confirmed dates: September 13th – Hays/Lodge Pole High School, MT. September 14th – 2 Eagle River High … Continue reading