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American Indian History

Christina Rose
9/21/13
This Date in Native History: As the dubious founders of Indian policy, Connecticut claims the first massacre of Native people, the first forced removals, and the first reservations...
By Corydon Ireland
9/20/13
For nearly 300 years, Harvard student Benjamin Larnell (c. 1694–1714) was simply a footnote to scholars of Native American history...
Marc Dadigan
9/20/13
There was 183 of them—recently deceased Winnemem Wintu relatives resting beneath the banks of the McCloud River, wrapped in deerskin and buried in a sitting position, facing Mt...
Scott Barta
9/17/13
This Date in Native History: On this day in 1851, more than 50,000 Indigenous Red “Indian” people gathered to officially sign the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie with the government of...
Alysa Landry
9/16/13
This Date in Native History: History.com says the Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England, on September 16, 1620, but is that accurate?...
Christina Rose
9/15/13
This Date in Native History: On September 15, 1655, the simply named Peach Tree War was a reaction to a decade of abuse suffered by Natives in the New Netherlands...
ICTMN Staff
9/9/13
Historians are saying the trail tree that was knocked over by high winds August 30 in Woodville, Ohio may be the last marker tree in northwest Ohio, reports KPHO Channel 5 ...
ICTMN Staff
9/9/13
On May 10, Governor Rick Perry signed House Bill 174 designating the last Friday in September as American Indian Heritage Day in Texas...
ICTMN Staff
9/5/13
This Date in Native History: On September 5, 1877, Crazy Horse, an Oglala Sioux Indian chief who resisted removal efforts, was killed at Fort Robinson by a soldier's bayonet...
Alysa Landry
9/4/13
This Date in Native History: On September 4, 1886, the great Apache warrior Geronimo surrendered in Skeleton Canyon, Arizona, after fighting for his homeland for almost 30 years...

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