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This book deals with the wiu? of the Chennes. A fighting Kitd a fearless people, the tribe was almost constantly at war with its ndghbors, but until 1S56 was friendly to the whites. The Cheyennea fought well, but they will fight no more. I heir wars have long been over. Their tribal wanderings ceased before 1880. Since then they have been confined on two...
This book deals with the wiu? of the Chennes. A fighting Kitd a fearless people, the tribe was almost constantly at war with its ndghbors, but until 1S56 was friendly to the whites. The Cheyennea fought well, but they will fight no more. I heir wars have long been over. Their tribal wanderings ceased before 1880. Since then they have been confined on two reserrations, one in Oklahoma, the other in Montana. When their struggles with the white men began, some of their older and mser men strove earnestly to preserve peace, but their efforts failed. In an Indian camp individual liberty is the law, and the Cheyennes were a proud, headstrong, and obstinate people. During these first wars between the whites and the Cheyennes, the United States Government was struggling for its very life. I ts attention was concentrated on the war between the North and the South, and the movements of a few Indians on the thinly settled frontier attracted little notice. The so-called Sand Creek Massacre took place toward the close of the Civil War, and the ensuing interference with trans-M issouri travel led to an inquiry by Congress. The published results of this inquiry first made this tribe known to the general public. As more and more people pushed into the West, there was more and more fighting with I ndians, until in 1878-9 it ceased so far as the Cheyennes were concerned. For many years the govument of the Indians by the United States was carried on in haphazard and often dishonest fashion by officiab alike ignorant and careless of the customs and ways of thought of the savages with whom they were dealing. The killing of a large number of men, women, and children at Fort Robinson in January, 1879, was the direct result of such unfortunate ignorance. Since the Indians could not write, the history of their wars has been set down by their enemies, and the story has been told alwa(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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