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Battle of Wounded Knee

.... The once proud Sioux found their free-roaming life ruined, the buffalo gone .... tribe on December 28 and brought them to the skirts of the Wounded Knee Creek to the ....

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A sociological perspective

Disaster In Buffalo Creek When a disaster befalls a society, inevitably the event becomes charged with emotional consequences of how one, or a community deals ....

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indians in american history

.... of 1812 changed things by having the United States seize half of the Creek Lands. .... were unable to prevent the loss of their land because the buffalo, the animal ....

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Indians-humanities

.... Death and destruction reigned everywhere on the banks of Wounded Knee Creek. .... once proud Sioux found their free-roaming life destroyed, the buffalo gone, and ....

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Calcutta

.... are rice, wheat, oilseed, cotton, tea, sugarcane, potatoes, cattle, water, buffalo, sheep, goats .... was protected by the Hooghly River on the west, a creek to the ....

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Battle of Wounded Knee

.... Foot and some 350 of his followers camped on the banks of Wounded Knee creek. .... felt as though they were bring back there ancestors and the buffalo which were ....

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Double Edge Sword

.... For example, the Sand Creek massacre where 450 peaceful Indains were slaughtered. .... They had to learn how to biuld sod homes, and use buffalo chips for fuel. ....

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native americans

.... killed many Native Americans in the massacres of Powder River, Sand Creek, Little Wolf .... Bull was a skilled hunter and warrior who killed his first buffalo at the ....

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native americans

.... By destroying the buffalo herds, the whites were destroying the Indian’s main source .... soldiers to follow the Indians into a low area of Pano Creek, where 100s ....

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American Indian Wars

.... By destroying the buffalo herds, the whites were destroying the Indian's main source of food .... to follow the Indians into a low area of Pano Creek, where 100s of ....

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gold rush

.... stampede of gold seekers in history(gold rush 1849 p.1). In Buffalo, New York .... driver, took $26,000 worth of gold out of a stream he called sullivan Creek. ....

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Buffalo soldier

.... of meritorious service and notable accomplishments amassed by the Buffalo Soldier regiments .... The only bathing facilities usually consisted of the local creek. ....

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Analyze and explain the contacts between Native Americans and ...

.... tribes held many ceremonies aimed at assuring a large enough supply of buffalo. .... Other federations, such as the Cherokee and Creek, were formed to fight common ....

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George bent review

.... Following the buffalo herds is what eventually brought the Cheyenne into Colorado .... most infamous incidents that George was involved in was the Sand Creek Massacre ....

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Indians and Govnt

.... hope that the white man would go away, the near-extinct buffalo would return .... The Indians, under the direction of Big Foot, were moved to Wounded Knee Creek. ....

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Analyze and explain the contacts between Native Americans and ...

.... tribes held many ceremonies aimed at assuring a large enough supply of buffalo. .... Other federations, such as the Cherokee and Creek, were formed to fight common ....

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Visiting a Court

.... only told the truth. Inasmuch as relating this to Buffalo Creek, I am not sure what correlation I can draw. One thing that I can ....

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The Donnors

.... Along the trail, the travelers mostly ate buffalo meat, but antelope was favored. .... Their spot would later be called Donner Creek. ....

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Outline of Sioux History

.... The US quickly pushed the tribes to Wounded Knee Creek. .... The tipis were commonly made from buffalo skin which men typically painted designs on the outside of ....

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Problem of the West

.... The Buffalo soldiers in the west contributed greatly to the effects of the west .... infested hovels, and the only bathing facilities consisted of local creek water ....

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The Frontier

.... The event was called the Sand Creek massacre .... With the very scarce buffalo, little game to hunt, and poor soil the Indians needed the government funding to stay ....

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Love and Motivation

.... With his newfound confidence, he undauntedly faces another buffalo, a badly wounded, charging .... They include crossing a creek on a log, facing memory loss, going ....

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Changes in 19th Century America

.... just to trade with the natives, but eager to cultivate the land and hunt buffalo. .... Later the Chicasawa, Creek and Seminole tribes were forced to move westward. ....

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Death as the Other of High Modernity

.... of those whom have experienced mass death 'have both centripetal and centrifugal tendencies.' Erickson's study of the victims of Buffalo's Creek (a devastating ....

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1885 Northwest Rebellion

.... Gabriel Dumont was a Metis buffalo hunter and was appointed by Riel to be his .... Gabriel Dumont, who would later lead on his military to Fish Creek and Batoche. ....

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Information technology has improved society

.... tornado. A good example of how IT could have been used to prevent a resulting disaster, was in 1972, Buffalo Creek, West Virginia. A ....

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Delaware

.... The other rivers and creeks are Brandywine Creek, Appoquinmink Creek and the Smyrna River. .... It sounds very much like the weather of Buffalo, New York. ....

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Lakota

.... Most of the buffalo were slaughtered to make sure that the people would not .... down into two separate communities, the Antelopes and the Spring Creek communities. ....

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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee book report

.... of 1864, about 600 Cheyennes and Arapahos were camped at Sand Creek, two-thirds were women and children, while the men were several miles away hunting buffalo. ....

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Emile Durkheim

.... It will then utilize those concepts to analyze the social effects of the Buffalo Creek flood, as described in the book a€œEverything In Its Patha€ , by ....

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