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141. This Must Have Been A Grand Sight, George Bent and the Battle of Platte Bridge This Must Have Been A Grand Sight, George Bent and the Battle of Platte Bridge Winter 2010 Article gives a brief history of George Bent, son of William Bent and Owl Woman, and an account of the Battle of Platte Bridge. This particular battle is "of interest because we have a detailed description...

142. Tracking Pierre Laclede, 1763-66 Tracking Pierre Laclede, 1763-66 April 2014 Analysis of Pierre Laclede's activities between 1763 and 1766 as he set off west across the Mississippi River to trade with Native Americans in present-day Missouri. Due primarily to his description in...

143. Trading on the Missouri and Upper Mississippi -- 1831 Trading on the Missouri and Upper Mississippi -- 1831 Summer 1966 Transcription of two documents from 1831 that list a geographical outline of trade with Native Americans in Missouri at that time. The documents were taken from the records of William Clark, Superintendent...

144. Trail of Tears: Retracing the Footsteps Trail of Tears: Retracing the Footsteps August 1, 2005 Part one of a series of articles from the journal of a ''modern-day traveler on Missouri's portion of the route by which the Cherokees were relocated from the East.'' Includes a timeline of dates and actions...

145. Travelers and Travel's ''Significant 'Others''': Three Visitors to the Arkansas Territory in 1818-1819 Travelers and Travel's ''Significant 'Others''': Three Visitors to the Arkansas Territory in 1818-1819 October 1, 2005 Article details the trip made by three different men, Thomas Nuttall, Henry Schoolcraft, and Timothy Flint, into Arkansas Territory during 1818-1819. At that time the territory encompassed an area which...

146. Tribal Casino Opens in KCK Tribal Casino Opens in KCK January 11, 2008 The 7th Street Casino located in Kansas City, Kansas, opened for business on January 10, 2008. It is located in a former Masonic temple with the interior furnishings restored. There are currently 430 slot...

147. Two Comanche Men Two Comanche Men ca. 1890 Studio portrait of two unidentified Comanche men in native dress. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by Lenny & Sawyers Indian Views, Purcell, Oklahoma. The verso contains a handwritten note...

148. Two Kiowa Girls Two Kiowa Girls ca. 1890 Studio portrait of two Kiowa girls in native dress. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by the W.L. Sawyer's Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

149. U. States' Indian Frontier in 1840, Shewing [sic] Positions of the Tribes that have been removed west U. States' Indian Frontier in 1840, Shewing [sic] Positions of the Tribes that have been removed west of the Mississippi 1841 Map of areas assigned to various tribes just west of the states of Missouri and Arkansas as of approximately 1840. Approximate locations of other tribes in the West (U.S. and a portion of Canada) are indicated....

150. Uncrowned Heroine, Among Great Men Uncrowned Heroine, Among Great Men January/February, 2006 Article describing the life of Sacagawea and her involvement with the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The author writes that although Sacagawea served as an important guide to Lewis and Clark, saving the expedition...

151. Unidentifed Group of Indians and White Men Unidentifed Group of Indians and White Men n.d. Photographic print on 4" x 8" cardboard mount of an unidentfied group of Native Americans and white men with their backs facing the camera. The top of a tipi can be seen in the distance. It is likely the...

152. Unidentifed Group of Indians and White Men Unidentifed Group of Indians and White Men n.d. Photographic print on 5" x 8" cardboard mount of an unidentfied group of Native Americans and white men with their backs facing the camera. It is likely their a watching a ceremony of some sort.

153. United States United States 1822 Map of the United States showing Arkansas Territory, Missouri Territory (stretching to the west coast), and a large area comprising the southwest, including present-day northern Mexico. Names of many Indian...

154. Wet/Dry Routes Chapter Installs Battle of Coon Creek Interpretive Marker Wet/Dry Routes Chapter Installs Battle of Coon Creek Interpretive Marker November, 2005 Brief article reporting the 2005 placement of a commemorative marker near the location of the "Battle of Coon Creek." This altercation between Native Americans and Santa Fe Trail freighters occurred on...

155. Why Is This Man Forgotten? Why Is This Man Forgotten? March, 2006 Article profiling legendary frontiersman Kit Carson. The author examines the role of publicity and fame in the creation of attitudes toward Carson, both during his lifetime and in the modern era.

156. Wichita Grass Wig-Wam Wichita Grass Wig-Wam ca. 1890 Photographic print on a boudoir card mount showing the exterior of a Wichita grass wigwam dwelling; produced by the W.L. Sawyer's Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

157. Wild Horse, Comanche Chief Wild Horse, Comanche Chief ca. 1890s Studio portrait of a Comanche chief identified as Wild Horse 2 (likely 'Kobay' second chief of the Kwahada Comanche). The subject is seated and wearing an eagle feather war bonnet. The print is on a boudoir...

158. Work Continues on Tribal Casino Work Continues on Tribal Casino May 22, 2007 The Oklahoma-based Wyandotte Nation is progressing in its goal of turning a Masonic temple in downtown Kansas City, Kansas, into a gambling casino, perhaps to be called Wyandotte Palace Casino. Work started...

159. Wounded Knee, Birds Eye View of Battlefield Wounded Knee, Birds Eye View of Battlefield Jan. 1, 1891 Distant view, looking southwest, of the battlefield at Wounded Knee. Several people with horses can be seen searching a deserted Sioux camp.

160. Wounded Knee, Cavalry Soldiers Wounded Knee, Cavalry Soldiers ca1890-1891 Two rows of soldiers on horseback, and two riders out front surveying the landscape.