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    large victory for the Red Cloud and his people. “After two years of resistance, Red Cloud had won his war.” (Brown 145). The attacks on settlers and other whites could’ve been prevented had they decided to give more to the Sioux for the road they wanted to build. In addition to the U.S. ignorance, the Apache people in chapter 9 are coexisting with the whites until Chief Cochise is brought to testify in a military court and is imprisoned despite his innocence. After escaping, he joins forces with Mangas and begins terrorizing white operations and settlements until the U.S. soldiers arrive and kill Mangas. In revenge, Cochise starts to attack the soldiers and the settlers in the southwest until his people are exhausted and surrender. The U.S. wanted to put them in Bosque Redondo, but the chiefs hated the idea and eventually moved South or to the mountains. “They had heard much, and all of it bad, about Bosque Redondo.” (Brown 200). After becoming weakened, Cochise and his Apache people slowly diminished to reservation life or to leaving the area. My solution to what happened, would to not have arrested Cochise, and to offer the Apache a reservation closer to their home. In chapter 10, the Modoc people want to surrender to the U.S. after skirmishes with white settlers, but they are sent to a reservation with unfriendly Indians and they ultimately decided to move south. Captain Jack meets another chief named Hooker Jim while moving, and Jack learns that Jim has killed several…

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    The United States Government used one saying to justify the persecution of millions Native Americans, Manifest Destiny. Manifest Destiny was the 19th-century doctrine or belief that the expansion of the U.S. throughout the American continents was both justified and inevitable. The doctrine caused the extinction of many tribes and their cultures. Some, however, were lucky enough to survive and continue their legacy. One such tribe was the Apache. Their name is believed to come from a Zuni word…

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    OBJECTIVE: To continue to serve my community and the members of the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office by becoming a Deputy Sheriff Sergeant with the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: • Ability to quickly analyze and interpret the atmosphere at rapidly deteriorating and violent situations. Ability to synthesize this data to quickly develop a tactical plan to safely and effectively respond to the incident while ensuring the response coincides with State and Federal…

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    end right there. The bad boys Robert and Stone are out to get Preach and Chocise. They end it getting Chocise and beaten him to death. Each movie had different characters with different personalities like in the Outsider there was Sodapop, Dallas, and in the movie Cooley high there was Pooter and Cochise. Now Sodapop was Ponyboy older brother, I would say that Sodapop was the foil in the story reason giving is because he was totally different from his younger brother. Ponyboy envied his…

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    The four days ceremony encapsulate the Apache creation story by moving Inna Cochise through the stages of life infant, child, adolescent and womanhood. The ceremony begins with the rising of the morning star followed by an all-night dance of the young girl. These four days means little sleep, because emotion need to be set aside throughout the ordeal she about to encounter. The first day she is blessed with dust pollen to symbolize fertility, the second and third day the girls run toward the…

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    During World War I and following it, the United States was faced with issues that arose from the citizens of the country initiating mob violence to coerce other citizens to conform the majority group’s activities. Groups of individuals who deviated from the majority were viewed as impeding the war effort or of being traitors to the United States. This ideology appeared during the First World War and continued after it following the first Red Scare. Since on of the greatest fears of the time was…

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    Cherokee Tribe Habitat

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    The art they did was pipe carving, rivercane baskets, gourd art, and pottery. They also did traditional crafts. Other information There were many famous Native Americans in the Cherokee tribe. The first one was Red Cloud. He was born in 1822 and died in 1909. The next one was Cochise. He was born in 1815 and died in 1874. The next one is Maria TallChief. She was born in 1925 and she has not died yet. The next one is Crazy Horse. He was born in 1840 and died in 1877. The next one…

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    Geronimo Research Paper

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    One of the most famous leaders from the Apache tribe is Geronimo. After the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the Anglo-Americans set limits on where the Apaches could live. Geronimo and the Apache had other ideas. Geronimo was one of the most famous leaders from the one of the many Apache tribes. He was the leader of the Chiricahua Apaches Indians. “He defended his land and people from attacks by settlers and soldiers in Mexico and southwestern United States during the 1870’s…

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    This stage of development took place for most cultures in the Americas anywhere from around 8000 BC to 2000 BC. Cultures that relied on fish and other stable local food sources were more likely to transition faster into this stage than others. Some groups continued to migrate and maintained a life of hunting and gathering to survive. The Mesoamerican Archaic Period is characterized by subsistence economies that were supported through the regular exploitation of local food stuffs such as: nuts,…

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    with auburn hair, dark somber eyes, easy manners, and showing the marks of education and refinement. Crime they are known for-John Peter Ringgold is known for fighting in a war with Scotty cooley in the Mason County War of 1874-1876. Also when Moses Baird was killed in a bloody ambush in Mason County, Ringo and a man named Williams promptly took up arms and went after the killer, putting a bullet through the man at a water trough Death- July 18, 1882 Cochise County Arizona, USA. Discoverers…

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