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41. Digging Up Massacres Digging Up Massacres January/February 2007 Interview with and description of the writings of Jerome A. Greene, a National Park Service historian who conducted investigations into the archaeology and legacy of the Sand Creek Massacre. The study...

42. Disruption and Disease Disruption and Disease Winter 2013-2014 Study tracing the spread and effects of disease among the Osage Indians from the 18th century through the end of the 19th, as they moved into the Indian Territory of Kansas, and later present-day Oklahoma....

43. Don Santiago Kirker, The King of New Mexico Don Santiago Kirker, The King of New Mexico November 1, 2006 Biographical article describing James Kirker, a controversial mercenary and early Santa Fe Trail adventurer of Scots-Irish descent. Among his many pursuits, Kirker led raiding bands of displaced Shawnee...

44. Eastern Beads, Western Applications Eastern Beads, Western Applications Fal 2013 Article on the uses and meanings of wampum among Native American tribes of the Great Plains. Beginning with the wampum traditions of the northeast, the author traces the spread of wampum westward. He argues...

45. El Cuartelejo: Pueblo on the High Plains El Cuartelejo: Pueblo on the High Plains Spring 2006 Article describes in detail the ruins of El Cuartelejo, the only known dwelling of "Pueblo Indians" in the state of Kansas. Refugees from the Taos pueblo in northern New Mexico came to the area of Scott...

46. Expedition to Powder River in 1865 Expedition to Powder River in 1865 1865 The last item on this microfilm roll is handwritten notes by an unknown soldier who was a member of General Patrick E. Connor's command on the expedition to Powder River in 1865. This expedition was against...

47. Festival Features Drums, Dancing Under a Harvest Moon Festival Features Drums, Dancing Under a Harvest Moon October 2, 2011 Interview of Teresa Bradskey, a Kansas City resident who is a member of the Miami of Oklahoma tribe. Bradskey is founder of the first Harvest Moon Native American Festival to be held October 15, 2011.

48. Field Notes of the Survey of the Cherokee Lands Field Notes of the Survey of the Cherokee Lands 1836-1837 The second item on this roll of microfilm is the "Field Notes of the Survey of the Cherokee Lands, surveyed in 1836-7 by John C. McCoy." This item contains 43 handwritten pages and is signed by John C....

49. Five Apache Men Seated Five Apache Men Seated ca. 1890s Studio portrait of five Apache males in native dress. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by W.L. Sawyers Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

50. Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County October 3, 1921 Article about the history of Fort Osage, commonly known as the first white settlement in Jackson County, Missouri, from 1808 to 1827. Discussion of the events before 1808 leading to its establishment and...

51. Four Comanche Men Four Comanche Men ca. 1890s Studio portrait of four unidentified Comanche men 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).

52. Granny Houston, Wichita Indian Woman Granny Houston, Wichita Indian Woman ca. 1890 Studio portrait of an aged Wichita woman identified as Granny Houston, 109 years of age. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by the W.L. Sawyer's Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory...

53. Gunn's New Map of Kansas and the Gold Mines Gunn's New Map of Kansas and the Gold Mines 1859 Map of Kansas and the area to become Colorado, showing the existing counties of Kansas and Indian reservations. Includes inset "Routes from the Missouri River to the Kansas Gold Mines." Compiled from the...

54. Haskell Indian Nations University Haskell Indian Nations University Material pertaining to Haskell Indian Nations University, a Federally funded school for Native Americans located in Lawrence, Kansas.

55. Heart of America Indian Center Heart of America Indian Center Material about the Center.

56. Historical Landmarks, Trails & Monuments in and around Kansas City, Mo. Historical Landmarks, Trails & Monuments in and around Kansas City, Mo. 1942 Historic areas marked with associated dates including Indian campsites, battle fields, churches, cemeteries, forts, bridges, fords or ferries. Includes Clay, Jackson, and parts of Cass County in Missouri...

57. Historical Overview of the Ethnic Communities of Kansas City Historical Overview of the Ethnic Communities of Kansas City //1976 Several tribes of Native Americans since before 300 A. D. eventually pushed by Europeans out of the area until gradually moving to the city in numbers of about 2,500 by 1976.

58. Huma of Otoes, Second Chief Huma of Otoes, Second Chief ca. 1889-90 Studio portrait of Huma, Second Chief of the Otoes, 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).

59. Huma of Otoes, Second Chief Huma of Otoes, Second Chief ca. 1889-90 Studio portrait of Huma, Second Chief of the Otoes, 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).

60. Humane and Considerate Attention Humane and Considerate Attention 2013 The removal of Native Americans from Missouri became a significant issue shortly after the territory was granted statehood in 1820. Missourians were eager for fertile farmland, particularly the Platte...