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Becoming "a Nation of Quakers": The Removal of the Osage Indians from Missouri
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TitleBecoming "a Nation of Quakers": The Removal of the Osage Indians from Missouri
AbstractIllustrations, map, and article about the removal of the Osage Indians from Missouri in the early 1800s after "half a century" as "the preeminent fur suppliers to the St. Louis market under the French and Spanish regimes."
NotesPage 28: In 1806 Zebulon Pike declared, "'They [the Osage Indians in western Missouri] have become a nation of Quakers. ..in obedience to the injunctions of their great father [President Thomas Jefferson].'"
AuthorJ. Frederick Fausz
DateSummer//2000
SourceGateway Heritage
LocationPeriodical
Volume21
Number1
Page28-39
Local SubjectOsage Indians
Fur Trade
Chouteau Family
Pike, Zebulon M.
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID117774
CONTENTdm number17502
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