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Indian braves and battles with more Nez Perce lore

Norman B. Adkison

Indian braves and battles with more Nez Perce lore

original accounts of related Indian wars in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington told by those who took part--and more stories of episodes in the Nez Perce Indian war of 1877 : also a feature account of the massacres near Salmon Falls on the Snake River, along the Old Oregon Trail, in 1862, told by the editor"s father, John Riley Adkinson, who was a member of the "111 wagon ox train" ...

by Norman B. Adkison

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Published by County Free Press in Grangeville, Idaho .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nez Percé Indians -- Wars, 1877.,
  • Indians of North America -- Northwest, Pacific -- Wars.

  • Edition Notes

    WSU MASC copy is: 002-105740971.

    ContributionsAdkinson, John Riley., County Free Press,, Pacific Northwest History Collection.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17768528M


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Grangeville, Idaho: Idaho County Free Press, ______. Nez Perce Indian War and Original Stories. Grangeville, Idaho: Idaho County Free Press, After the Battle: Sturgis-Seventh Cavalry, Miles. Adkison wrote historical articles for newspapers and magazines and in published a book, Nez Perce Indian War and Original Stories.

In he published Indian Braves and Battles with More Nez Perce Lore. Adkison was married twice, first to Della Shaff in. The final, briefest section deals with the culminating battle and Indian defeat in the Bear's Paw Mountains, relocation to Kansas and Indian Territory, and the return of the Nez Perce to Idaho and Washington territories in the s.

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NEZ PERCE INDIAN WAR AND ORIGINAL STORIES pub ; Alexander, Ken, SUMPTER, OREGON A HISTORY OF THE RISE AND DECLINE OF A GOLDEN EMPIRE pub no date; Allen, Lorene, I THOUGHT I HEARD THE CLOUDS TALKING pub Howard, "Nez Perces Campaign of ," September 5, ; Kirkwood, "The Nez Perce Indian War," Aug ; and Brimlow, "Nez Perce War Diary," Some bodies were strewn over the back trail three or four miles from the battlefield, the men having been shot from their horses during the retreat.

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score:and 2 people voted. Want to Read. Nez Perce Indian War ofand Battle of the Cave, W. The Nez Perce country. Fletcher, A.

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The Nez Perce trail is right outside of the park and as you can see from the map the Nez Perce traveled through the park itself. West tells the Nez Perce remarkable story with great detail which never bogs down the narrative but rather enlivens the narrative to give greater insight to the Nez Perce culture and the events leading up to the war.

From "Indian Braves and Battles with more Nez Perce Lore" by N. Adkison, ICFP, James Baker, George Woodward and Peter Bertard were all killed by the Indians at the same time. Blewett, Charles: Jul From "Indian Braves and Battles with more Nez Perce Lore" by. Montanas Indian Wars can mostly be condensed into three groups: The Blackfeet Wars of northwestern Montana, the Nez Perces 1,mile march from eastern Oregon to Canada, and the well-chronicled Great Sioux War ofthe battles of which were led by Chiefs Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Dull Knife, Two Moons and others against the likes of Generals George Custer, Nelson Miles, George.

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Oliver Knight, Following the Indian Wars: The Story o f the Newspaper Correspondents Among the Indian Campaigners (Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, ), p.

"Pioneer Woman Tells of Attack By Chief Joseph in Nez Perce War," Wallowa Co. Chieftain, 9 July     More Nez Perce surrendered as the days went by, and Yellow Wolf said the soldiers treated his people well. Eventually, Yellow Wolf and nine others were sent to live with Chief Joseph on the Quapaw Reservation in Kansas.

Inthe Nez Perce were allowed to move to northeast Oklahoma where farming and hunting would be better. Montana. Second tip of the hat to Tough Trip Through Paradise by Andrew Garcia, an excellent personal account about life with the Indians in western Montana. I will fight no more Forever by Merrill Beal.

A great book about Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce War. The Time of the Buffalo by Tom McHugh. The Nez Perce Indian Tribe. Words3 Pages. The Nez Perce Indian Tribe was a great tribe the name may see silly but then were the most numerous and powerful tribe. The Nez Perce people but lost some some people now they have 3, people.

They live in. A century of central Idaho and eastern Washington history and development together with the wars, customs, myths, and legends of the Nez Perce Indians. (Lewiston, Idaho, R. Bailey Print Co.

[i. ]), by Robert Gresham Bailey (page images at HathiTrust).