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1. The Rise and Fall of Indian Country, 1825-1855 The Rise and Fall of Indian Country, 1825-1855 2007 The 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,...

2. The Pawnee Scouts and the North Brothers The Pawnee Scouts and the North Brothers March//1966 History of the Pawnee Scouts, a group hired to protect Federal interests from Pawnee and other Indian attacks in the years following the Civil War, mainly in northern Kansas and Nebraska.

3. Robbery on the Santa Fe Trail in 1842 Robbery on the Santa Fe Trail in 1842 February//1951 Biographical article about well-known trapper and guide Thomas Fitzpatrick (ca. 1799-1854) and his 1842 letter describing his robbery by Pawnee Indians "about three hundred miles from Independence on the...

4. Pawnees!! Pawnees!! Summer 2011 Article about the Pawnee Indians and the various accounts documented in letters, diaries and books by early travelers, including George Sibley, George Catlin, J. Goldsborough Bruff, Thomas Bullock, John...

5. Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 23 Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 23 ca. 1880s Photograph twenty-three of twenty-four in Collection of Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views [ca. 1889] by William S. Prettyman and George B. Cornish. It is titled "Pawnee Indian Squaw and Pappoose" and shows...

6. Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 05 Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 05 ca. 1880s Photograph five of twenty-four in Collection of Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views [ca. 1889] by William S. Prettyman and George B. Cornish. It is titled "Pawnee Indians, Located 70 Miles south of Arkansas...

7. Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 03 Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 03 ca. 1880s Photograph three of twenty-four in Collection of Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views [ca. 1889] by William S. Prettyman and George B Cornish. It is titled "Tepee, Indian Summer House" and shows a Pawnee family...

8. Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 02 Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 02 ca. 1880s Photograph two of twenty-four in Collection of Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views [ca. 1889] by William S. Prettyman and George B. Cornish. It is titled "Mud Lodge Indians' Winter House" and shows a Pawnee...

9. Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid ca1880s-1901 This collection contains over over 140 glass plate negatives, cabinet cards, and assorted prints. The images are primarily of Native American peoples, cowboys, and “Boomer” settlers in Indian Territory...

10. Kansas before 1854: A Revised Annals, Part Seventeen, 1848 Kansas before 1854: A Revised Annals, Part Seventeen, 1848 Summer//1965 Brief description of a treaty with the Pawnee Indians in Nebraska in 1848.

11. John Dougherty and the Pawnee Rite of Human Sacrifice: April, 1827 John Dougherty and the Pawnee Rite of Human Sacrifice: April, 1827 April//1969 Details the account of acting Indian agent for the Upper Missouri Agency, John Dougherty, and an encounter he had in 1827 concerning the Pawnee Indian custom of human sacrifice.

12. 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...

13. Baptiste Bayhylle, Pawnee Indian Baptiste Bayhylle, Pawnee Indian ca. 1885 Elderly Pawnee Indian, Baptiste Bayhylle, wrapped in a blanket and wearing a top hat. Bayhylle was a U.S. Indian interpreter for the Pawnee, and was thought to be nearly 100 years old when this photograph...

14. American Indians in Kansas American Indians in Kansas Winter 2003-2004 Part of the magazine's "Review Essay Series". Editor's introduction states the author "reviews the writings on the history of the region's indigenous peoples while discussing key themes, major studies,...

15. A Robbery on the Santa Fe Trail, 1827 A Robbery on the Santa Fe Trail, 1827 Autumn//1955 Description of and reprinted 1827 letter of Thomas Talbot and seven other Santa Fe traders to the United States Congress, regarding their robbery by Pawnee Indians on the Santa Fe Trail that year.