Indian massacres mid 1800's

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Robert McGee
Robert McGee was scalped at age 13 while on the Santa Fe trail in a wagon train near Larned, KS...the rest of his group was slaughtered...this photo was taken 25 years later... unbelievable...
an old photo of two women sitting next to each other
Bear River Massacre's unexpected aftermath includes forgiveness and hope
Taken between 1875 and 1880 by Charles Savage, evidence suggests that this image may be of Northwestern Shoshone chief Sagwitch (1822-1887) and his last wife, Beawoachee. Sagwitch was a survivor of the 1863 Bear River Massacre near Preston, Idaho. Three of his sons also survived, including a two-year-old shot seven times.
an old black and white photo of native american people in front of teepees
A History of Conflicts
Utah History: Bear River Massacre Primary Sources
the mountains are covered in autumn foliage
City of Rocks Treasures in Idaho
City of Rocks in southern Idaho. Although the Almo Creek massacre (which really didn't have this name in 1861 by white settlers until later and most likely was "Alamo" but got shortened to Almo) that happened on Aug 7, 1861 according to an eye witness Winecas, a young Bannock warrior who participated in the fray, is classified a myth today, locals know differently. Asael Lowe's father, a blacksmith from Willard, Utah, drove a team to claim the metal from the charred wagons, since metal was a pre
Cayuse Warrior (1910) from The North American Indian Volume 8. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis
Edward S. Curtis and The North American Indian
Cayuse Warrior (1910) from The North American Indian Volume 8. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis
a drawing of a native american man with long hair
Black Kettle survived the Massacre at Sand Creek but he and his wife were among those killed in 1868 at the Battle of Washita River, led by Custer.
a native american man standing in front of the sun with his headdress on
Native American Indian Images ID-003
Native American culture is fascinating. Their history has shaped them to embrace their heritage despite any oppression they face. This picture beams with pride in Native American heritage and the unspoken connection they have with nature.
an old black and white photo of a native american woman
Walkara – Walker War Leader in Utah
Walkara, Ute Chief AKA Chief Walker. He is known as the greatest horse thief in history.
Sitting Bull, Sioux chief who defeated General George Armstrong Custer in the famous Battle at Little Bighorn Portrait, Portraits, Beautiful, Fotografie, Fotos, Resim, Arc, Arrow
Sitting Bull, Sioux chief who defeated General George Armstrong Custer in the famous Battle at Little Bighorn
an old black and white photo of two women sitting in front of a teepee
Dakota War of 1862 - Wikipedia
The Dakota War of 1862, also known as the Sioux Uprising, (and the Dakota Uprising, the Sioux Outbreak of 1862, the Dakota Conflict, the U.S.–Dakota War of 1862 or Little Crow's War) was an armed conflict between the United States and several bands of the eastern Sioux (also known as eastern Dakota). It began on August 17, 1862, along the Minnesota River in southwest Minnesota. It ended with a mass execution of 38 Dakota men on December 26, 1862, in Mankato, Minnesota.
The Black Hawk War / Black Hawk's Grove Wisconsin, Leadership, American War, War Of 1812, Rock County, Ancestry
The Black Hawk War / Black Hawk's Grove Historical Marker
The Black Hawk War / Black Hawk's Grove
a group of people riding on the backs of horses in front of a mountain range
Grand Junction Timeline
ute history timeline | ute indians nathan meeker meeker massacre 1879 the ute indians used to
a group of people riding on the backs of horses
Nez Perce War - Wikipedia