They Never Surrendered, The Lakota Sioux Band That Stayed in Canada

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Simon Winchester. The Last Stand. Nathaniel Philbrick. After the war, Black Hawk lived with the Sauk in Iowa, he later died after a two week illness. Black Hawk Sauk leader. Berlo, Janet Catherine. Drake, Benjamin. The great Indian chief of the west: or Life and adventures of Black Hawk. Tecumseh was a leader of the Shawnee and a large tribal confederacy which opposed the United States during Tecumseh's War and became an ally of Britain in the War of He was considered a natural and charismatic leader and participated in numerous conflicts on the frontier.

Growing up during the American Revolutionary War and the Northwest Indian War, Tecumseh developed a vision of an independent Native American nation east of the Mississippi under British protection as colonists moved further west.

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Tecumseh emerged as the primary leader of the confederacy of tribes who followed his brother's teachings. In , a confrontation between Tecumseh and Indiana Territory governor William Henry Harrison regarding rescinding a treaty, led to an alliance with the British. In September , while Tecumseh was traveling to recruit allies, Harrison and 1, men moved on Prophetstown and destroyed the town. The Battle of Tippecanoe was a setback, but Tecumseh continued building allies when he returned from the South.

Tecumseh was killed in October during the Battle of Thames, near Moraviantown.

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The death of Tecumseh led to the disbanding of his confederation and further western movement of Native Americans. Calloway, Colin G.

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The Shawnees and the War for America. New York, Viking, Laxer, James. Toronto, House of Anansi, Sitting Bull was a Hunkpapa Lakota military, religious, and tribal chief who led his people through many years of resistance to government policies in the United States. The United States government made great efforts to settle Native Americans on reservations. After this massive victory, Sitting Bull and his followers were faced with a U. Sitting Bull returned to U. Sitting Bull remained a steadfast critic of U.

Indian policy, and in agent James McLaughlin ordered his arrest. His cabin was invaded and a struggle pursued. Sitting Bull was shot in the head and killed. He was buried in Fort Yates, North Dakota. Sitting Bull.

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Lehman, Tim. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, Philbrick, Nathaniel. He was the only Native American leader to be charged with war crimes. After the European invasion Kintpuash and his tribe were forcibly removed by white settlers to the Klamath Indian Reservation in southwest Oregon. After being poorly treated by the larger Klamath tribe, in Captain Jack led his family, and the Modoc people back to their lands in California. The following year in Kintpuash once again led his people back to Tule Lake, California. This back and forth escapade instigated the Modoc War in During negotiations a fight broke out between a U.

Kintpuash was captured and turned in by one of his own people. He was tried by a military court, and was found guilty of the two murders.

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Payne, Doris Palmer. Captain Jack, Modoc renegade. Wilma Mankiller was the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. She served for 10 years. In she launched a campaign, and was elected primary chief of the Cherokee Nation between and During her tenure as chief Mankiller reinvented the Cherokee community with numerous projects.


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Tribally owned businesses were created that included horticultural and plant establishments. In the Bell community of Oklahoma running water was established, and a hydroelectric facility was built.

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Together they increased the population of the Cherokee Nation from 55, to , She also had several other health issues that included breast cancer, myasthenia gravis etc. Against all odds she managed to overcome her ailments, and became a legacy for the Cherokee Nation. Wilma Mankiller. Janda, Sarah Eppler.

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Mankiller: a chief and her people. Osceola was an influential Florida Seminole leader. For almost two years, he led a band of warriors in resistance against the United States during the second Seminole war. He was raised in Creek traditions. The Creek nation had lived along the Tallapoosa River in present day Alabama for generations.

In , after the Red Stick Creek were defeated by US forces, Polly migrated to Florida along with other Creek refugees and joined the Seminole where Billy grew to adulthood and was given the name Osceola.