The Rogue River Indian War and Its Aftermath, 1850-1980
University of Oklahoma Press, 1997 - 354 страница
This history of the native peoples of western Oregon is a systematic study of the formation, application and effects of United States Indian policy. Historian E. A. Schwartz tells how contacts with whites early in the nineteenth century culminated in the pork-barrel Rogue River War of 1855-56, in which the Rogue River peoples demonstrated superior tactics and repeatedly drove off more-numerous opponents. Schwartz narrates how the Indian peoples known today as the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Reservation survived American expansion and coped with each federal Indian-policy initiative, from the new western reservation policy of the 1850s through termination and restoration in the 1970s.
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1st sess 2nd sess 32nd Cong 34th Cong 3rd sess acres agent allotments Annual Reports April Apserkahar attack August Bagley Bancroft bill Buchanan Bureau of Indian California camp Chetco claimed Commissioner of Indian Congress Coquille Corvallis Creek December Fairchild to Smith February federal Government Printing Office Grand Ronde Harney House Hudson's Bay Company Indian Affairs Indian Hostilities Indian Service Interior Department January Joel Palmer Joint Hearings Joseph Lane July killed Know-Nothing land Letter March Message Metcalfe National Archives Nesmith November O'Donnell October Office of Indian Oregon Statesman Oregonian Palmer to Manypenny Port Orford President Prucha restoration Rogue River valley Rogue River War Roll Secretary Senate September Serial Shasta Siletz Agency Siletz Indian Siletz Indian Reservation Siletz Reservation Simpson southern Oregon southwestern Oregon superintendent Swan Takelma Tecumtum Terence O'Donnell termination territorial told Toquahear treaty tribal Umpqua River United village volunteers western Oregon whites
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