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    Native American Religion Native Americans migrated from Asia into Alaska around 12,000 or more years ago. Once they got to Alaska, they started to head south and east. Even when they started to move away from different tribes, they still maintained the same, or very similar, spiritual beliefs. They were the only group to live in the land where it is now called the United States of America. The 'older ' group of Native Americans considered themselves as 'Indians ' or 'American indians ',…

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    Sand Creek The Morning After In Annette Jaimes, “Sand Creek The Morning After” she first starts by giving a background to the atrocities done to the Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho in late 1864 after stating they were at peace. This group of people, after being having countless lives taken, were driven out of their Colorado. She moves forward two decades where the American Indian community celebrate the renaming of Nichols Hall and honoring those who were slaughtered at Sand Creek. As the new…

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    Abraham Lincoln was running for President with Anti- Slavery Campaign at this time. The republican candidate then became president on the 4th of March, 1861. Civil War began between the Union and the Confederacy over the abolition of slavery Throughout the four years, proclamation was passed, freeing the slaves in confederate states. Abraham Lincoln was assassinated while viewing a play in Ford 's Theater. Andrew Johnson then took over. Then in Dec, slavery was prohibited through the…

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    oil drilling process. Additionally, the pipeline has been controversial due to the environmental hazards tin its operation (Issitt). One of the major groups of protestors to the Keystone Pipeline are Native American Tribes including the Northern Arapaho Tribe, Yankton Sioux Tribe, and Blackfeet tribe. Their feelings…

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    up the Northwest Territory for white settlement, indigenous tribes revolted against it. George Washington was forced to send military help to suppress this resistances. One of those wars was the famous Colorado war (1863-1865), where Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes united against the white settlers. The famous battle of this was the Sand Creek massacre, in which 70-163 Native Americans were killed or injured; most of those were children and…

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    The Destruction of Native American Culture and Society Native Americans were the first people in the United States. European settlers came and took over the Native Americans land when it was not theirs to begin with. The Native Americans were pushed off their land and moved onto reservations ("Relocation and Acculturation of Native Americans"). Some Native Americans were acculturated and assimilated. This was done by teaching them to be Christians, and to be independent farmers. However,…

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    Native American Art Essay

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    As a collective, the western hemisphere and early Europeans were reluctant to accept the idea that the native, indigenous tribes and cultures of the Americas possessed any form of art. This ideal of false superiority stemmed from the assumption that Native Americans were uncivilized, primal barbarians due to their differential cultural practices and beliefs. Additionally, the colonists had to promote this rhetoric of indians being primitive in order to get rid of the guilt of massacring, raping,…

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    Since Westward expansion launched into uncharted territory, it was met with divided responses from those occupying the soil between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. With each land gain, came new triumphs but also new perils and devastation. Consequently, anyone with a true understanding of the West will view the extension of America with both pride and guilt. However, those educating lower grade levels, will rarely recognize the latter of those two sentiments, and truly dive into the intimate…

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    twenty-six other pledges. They all became part of a ritual of the fraternity where they were forced to drink excessive amounts of alcohol following racial slurs to be written on them. To begin the ritual, all pledges where blindfolded and taken to Arapaho Roosevelt National Forest where they were forced to consume four handles of alcohol. As a result, Gordie returned to the fraternity house highly intoxicated, and fell asleep on a couch. When Gordie was found the next morning, he was face down…

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    In 1874 the United States army launched a campaign to remove the Comanche, Kiowa, Southern Cheyenne, and Arapaho Indian tribes from the Southern Plains to further their territorial dominance over the Native Americans in the west. In October of 1874, the Buffalo Soldiers were a part of four troops that captured two hostile camps, destroying enemy lodges and eventually…

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