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The Great Pathfinder
John C. Fremont was more of a pathmarker than a pathfinder.
The Best of Intentions
was supposed to help Native Americans, but…
Natural Disasters in Ancient Times
How early day Native Americans deal with natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, range fires, flash floods?
Prehistoric Americans and Science
The scientific accomplishments of Native Americans.
George Catlin Paints the West
Follow the trail of the early Western artist from Missouri to Montana.
How Often were Wagon Trains Attacked by Indians?
The Comanche and his Horse
The acquisition of the horse in the 1600s brought immediate and sweeping changes to the Plains Indians.
The Martyrdom of Mangas Coloradas
The great Apache leader was murdered in an attempt to end a war.
The Final Nail in the Apache Kid’s Coffin
Evidence points to demise of renegade wanted on both sides of the border.
Lynda A. Sanchez
Navajo and Apache Massacre Cave at Canyon Diablo
After the massacre, the Apaches never raided the Navajo people again.
Did the Apache Call Their Great Leader Geronimo or His Original Name, Goyahkla?
The Horse Returns to North America