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1. A Great American: A Tribute to General John Joseph Pershing A Great American: A Tribute to General John Joseph Pershing 1942 Book (with numerous photos) about General John Joseph Pershing, or John Pershing, America's commanding general in France during World War I (appearing at the dedication of the World War I Liberty Memorial...

2. An Oglala Sioux Winter Count An Oglala Sioux Winter Count Winter 1988 An Oglala Sioux winter count transcribed by Mrs. J. F. Waggoner from information provided by Makula, a Sioux medicine man and prophet. The count lists names, places, and other details related to Sioux...

3. Indian Affairs--Laws and Treaties Indian Affairs--Laws and Treaties 1904 Copy of the treaty with the Sioux and other Indian tribes in 1851 and defining their respective territories for the purposes of maintaining peace among them.

4. Iowa Iowa ca. 1840 Map of Iowa showing twenty counties in eastern Iowa, with the rest of the area depicted divided between the Sioux (mostly in present-day Minnesota), and Neutral Ground, Sauks and Foxes, Iowas and Pottawattamies....

5. Joe Sanders and Indian Chief Joe Sanders and Indian Chief n.d. Joe Sanders with Indian head dress and identified on back of photograph as "Joe made member of Sioux Indian Tribe, Chief Fire Rainbow, Rapid City, So. Dakota".

6. Joe Sanders With Indian Group Joe Sanders With Indian Group 1950? Joe Sanders with pipe in mouth on stage with an American Indian group. Possibly taken during the Kansas City Centennial celebration. Drum says "Dumamel's Sioux Indian ?".

7. Joe Sanders With Indian Group Joe Sanders With Indian Group 1950? Joe Sanders on what appears to be a stage area with an Indian group, possibly in connection with the Kansas City Centennial celebration. Writing on drum indicates a Sioux Indian group.

8. Letter on Indian Massacre Letter on Indian Massacre Letter about the massacre of military troops by Sioux Indians in 1854 at Fort Laramie in Oregon Territory (later Wyoming), written by Captain Lewis B. Dougherty to his father, Major John B. Dougherty,...

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. New OEO Head Here Aims at Personal Tie New OEO Head Here Aims at Personal Tie December 12, 1965 Information about Frank Ducheneaux, a Sioux Indian from a South Dakota reservation and living in Kansas City as a lawyer, appointed at the age of 25 as civil rights coordinator for the North Central region...

11. Report of Old Massacre: Captain Dougherty Wrote of Indians Slaughtering Troops at Fort Laramie in 1854 Report of Old Massacre: Captain Dougherty Wrote of Indians Slaughtering Troops at Fort Laramie in 1854 August/21/1923 File containing a newspaper article (reproduction) with a letter from Captain Lewis Daugherty of Liberty, Missouri, to his father John Daugherty concerning "a massacre of the United States soldiers by...

12. The Lakotas and the Buffalo Robe Trade: The Season of 1838-1839 The Lakotas and the Buffalo Robe Trade: The Season of 1838-1839 Spring 2013 Article describes the buffalo robe trade of the central plains during the trade season of 1838-1839. The author focuses upon operations outfitted from Fort Pierre, Fort Laramie, and various Lakota camps....

13. The Missouri River Fur Trade in 1860 The Missouri River Fur Trade in 1860 Summer 1995 Brief article focuses upon the activities of Henry A. Boller and his interaction with Native Americans and western fur traders along the Missouri River in 1860. A short biography of Boller is provided....

14. The New Encyclopedia of the American West The New Encyclopedia of the American West 1998 Entry about the history of the southern tribes of the Siouan or Sioux Indians of the 19th century Great Plains, including Kansas Territory.

15. The Plains Sioux and the Federal Government: 1865 to the Custer Massacre The Plains Sioux and the Federal Government: 1865 to the Custer Massacre December//1960 Article discussing "the Indian policy of the United States Government as it affected the Sioux from 1865 to 1876," explaining some causes for the Battle of Little Big Horn known as Custer's Last Stand....

16. Trading Gray for Blue: Ex-Confederates Hold the Upper Missouri For the Union Trading Gray for Blue: Ex-Confederates Hold the Upper Missouri For the Union Winter 2005 Confederate prisoners of war were allowed to enlist in the Union Army. Troops were needed along the Upper Missouri to protect forts and make peace with the Indians. The First U.S. Volunteer Infantry Regiment...

17. Who Were the Missouri Indians? Who Were the Missouri Indians? March//1938 Article describing the Missouri Indians, an offshoot of Sioux Indians, no longer existing as "full-blooded," but in the 1600s and 1700s estimated to be "'the most powerful nation on the Missouri River.'"...

18. 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.

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

20. Wounded Knee, Deserted Sioux Camp Wounded Knee, Deserted Sioux Camp January 1, 1891 Distant view, looking south, of a deserted Sioux camp. Soldiers and wagons can be seen in the background.