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A century of dishonor : a sketch of the United States government's dealings with some of the Indian tribes

Author: Helen Hunt Jackson; Henry Benjamin Whipple; Julius H Seelye
Publisher: New York : Harper & Brothers, 1881.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jackson, Helen Hunt, 1830-1885.
Century of dishonor.
New York, Harper & Bros., 1881
(OCoLC)609179505
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Hunt Jackson; Henry Benjamin Whipple; Julius H Seelye
OCLC Number: 1019582
Notes: Preface by H.B. Whipple, bp. of Minnesota. Introduction by Julius H. Seelye.
Description: x, 457 pages + 6 pages publisher's catalogue ; 19 cm
Contents: Preface / by Bishop Whipple --
Introduction / by President Julius H. Seelye --
The Delawares --
The Cheyennes --
The Nez Percés --
The Sioux --
The Poncas --
The Winnebagoes --
The Cherokees --
Massacres of Indians by Whites: The Conestoga Massacre ; The Gnadenhü̈̈tten Massacre ; Massacres of Apaches --
Appendix: The Sand Creek Massacre ; The Ponca case ; Testimonies to Indian character ; Outrages committed on Indians by Whites ; Extracts from the report of the Commission sent to treat with the Sioux Chief Sitting Bull, in Canada --
Account of some of the old grievances of the Sioux ; Letter from Sarah Winnemucca, an educated Pah-Ute woman ; Laws of the Delaware Nation of Indians ; Account of the Cherokee who invented the Cherokee alphabet ; Prices paid by White men for scalps ; Extract from the treaty with Cheyennes in 1865 ; Wood-cutting by Indians in Dakota ; Sequel to the Walla Walla Massacre ; An account of the numbers, location, and social and industrial condition of each important tribe and band of Indians within the United States.
Other Titles: Sketch of the United States government's dealing with some of the Indian tribes
Responsibility: by H.H.

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