dispersal of the tribes part 1

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  • "Concentration" Policy
  • Decimation of the Buffalo
  • Sand Creek Massacre
  • Each Indian tribe was assigned their own separate reservations in 1851, dividing them and allowing the government and white settlers to take control of desirable land.
  • Little Bighorn
  • The increased hunting of buffalo by whites and Indians as well as white settlement devastated the population of the buffalo, which the Indians relied upon.
  • Indian Hunting
  • On November 1864, Colonel J. M. Chivington led a volunteer militia to Fort Lyon at Sand Creek where Chief Black Kettle's band of Indians camped and massacred 133 of them, including women and children.
  • "Ghost Dance"
  • In 1876, chiefs Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull had an army of 2,500 tribal warriors who successfully defeated George A. Custer's Seventh Cavalry in southern Montana, leaving no man alive.
  • Unofficial violence carried about by whites in which tracking and killing Indians became a sort of sport to eliminate the tribes.
  • A vision brought about by the prophet Wovoka, who inspired this spiritual awakening, which included images of the white retreat from the plains and the return of the buffalo herds.
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