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The Rise and Fall of Indian Country, 1825-1855
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TitleThe Rise and Fall of Indian Country, 1825-1855
AbstractThe book details the relationship between Indians of the Plains area, white settlers, and the federal government. Local Indian tribes mentioned include: Kansa, Osage, Pawnee, Potawatomi, Shawnee and Wyandot, plus other tribes as the Creek, Delaware, Ioway, Kickapoo, Omaha, and Ottawa. Book includes maps of Indian country, 1832-1853. Other local related terms in the index include: Fort Leavenworth, Bent's Fort, Isaac McCoy, Santa Fe Trail, various treaties, etc.
AuthorWilliam E. Unrau
Date2007
SourceThe Rise and Fall of Indian Country, 1825-1855
LocationMVSC 970.5 U589R
PublisherUniversity Press of Kansas
Page1-201
SubjectIndigenous peoples
Treaties
Local SubjectIndians
Native Americans
Kansa Indians
Wyandotte Indians
Osage Indians
Shawnee Indians
Potawatomi Indians
Pawnee Indians
McCoy, Isaac
Santa Fe Trail
Bent's Fort
Fort Leavenworth
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeBook
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Item ID217484
CONTENTdm number37131
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