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Buffalo Soldiers and the Apache
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The Apache wars which when first started lasted over a decade between 1876 and 1889 (Buffalosoldiers.net) saw the Chiricahua Apaches carrying out numerous raiding… On the other hand, the Buffalo Soldiers, who earned their name from the Indians because of their courageous fighting abilities and the resemblance of their curly hair to the mane of a buffalo,…
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Buffalo Soldiers and the Apache
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[Enter your name here] [Your instructor] [Course code number] 9 March 2013 Role of the Buffalo Soldiers in the Apache Campaign The Buffalo Soldiers played a very import role in American History and the campaign against the Apache Indians. The Apache wars which when first started lasted over a decade between 1876 and 1889 (Buffalosoldiers.net) saw the Chiricahua Apaches carrying out numerous raiding parties across Arizona, Mexico and New Mexico after refusing to relocate to a nearby San Carlos Indian Reservation as directed by the US government.…
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Geronimo, his life and his leadership in the apache wars resistance
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To the American society, the character of Geronimo is the perfect embodiment of the American spirit of courage, determination and strong will to succeed against all odds. The actual story of Geronimo, a character subject to numerous myths is astounding, shrouded in a resolute… According to Aleishire (38), Geronimo’s actual name at birth was Goyahkla meaning…
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Apache Tribe
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As a collective term for various ethnically related Native American tribes, the Apache people represent the indigenous tribes that inhabit North America. As such, the Apache is a general term for these Native American groups which included the Western Apache, Chiricahua,… According to Waldman (2006), several Athapaskan-speaking tribes from present-day Western…
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Geronimo: Life and Leadership in War Resistance
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To the American society, the character of Geronimo is the perfect embodiment of the American spirit of courage, determination and strong will to succeed against all odds. The actual story of Geronimo, a character subject to numerous myths is astounding, shrouded in a resolute attempt to fight imperialism, oppression and human right abuses.… Currently, the…
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Poverty in New Mexico
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New Mexico is the poorest state in United States with a recorded poverty at 22.2% in 2010.The median income for the state has dropped to levels of $44,270 in 2010 (TVC grant county).30% of children in New Mexico live in poverty.… A recent USDA report says that 28% of the New Mexico population does not has access to medical insurance and are extremely…
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The Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 and Its Impact on Apache Tribe
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he Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 and Its Impact on Apache Tribe The U.S. Government policies towards the Native American tribal groups until the second half of the 20th century was specifically aimed at their assimilation.… For instance, in the 1880s such political luminaries as Senator Dawes, went as far as presuming that the main purpose of the U.S.…
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Local Physical Geography: Arizona State
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This paper “Local Physical Geography: Arizona State” aims at discussing the local physical geographical characteristics of a town in the state of Arizona. The city of Mesa is located about 370 meters above sea level and it is located in a desert.… The location of this area was also strategic because it was along a route of travel where trade…
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The Navajo Culture
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Course Date THE NAVAJO The Navajo Indian tribe is one of the oldest Indian tribe that still exists today. The Navajo reservation is considered to be one of the biggest settlements in America as it covers a lot of area from New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.… These people had their own beliefs and way of living which they followed quite strictly. They were peace…
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Navajo Tribe English Research Paper
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Date: THE NAVAJO The Navajo Indian tribe is one of the oldest Indian tribe that still exists today. The Navajo reservation is considered to be one of the biggest settlements in America as it covers a lot of area from New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.… These people had their own beliefs and way of living which they followed quite strictly. They were peace loving…
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The Navajo Culture
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The Navajo reservation is considered to be one of the biggest settlements in America as it covers a lot of area from New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. The Navajo people are sometimes described as semi… They were peace loving people, who lived according to the law of holy people which brought peace, order harmony and harmony to the world. Navajo believe that people…
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History of California indians from 1850 to 1968
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In regards to the history of California Indians, there are many different issues that must be taken quite seriously into consideration, and in order to be able to come to a proper and understanding viewpoint on this matter as a whole, all of these issues must be thoroughly and fully examined, as well as all of the key matters in relation to this.… In order to…
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Anasazi Indians
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Anasazi Indians are ancient Native Americans who had a distinct culture and were concentrated in four major regions, namely Utah, Arizona, Mexico, and Colorado (Maestri 2). They had a long history dating back in 1 AD (Maestri 3). Similarly, they have a rich history, which is… Anasazi Indians practiced artwork, which was different from other tribes, hence…
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Choctaw Indians
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The Choctaws however, were one of the original settlers of Mississippi and along history’s course; they have either been forced or came to a decision to migrate to other… in the Mississippi is comprised of ten communities such as Pearl River, Red Water, Bogue Chitto, Standing Pine, Tucker, Conehatta, Crystal Ridge, and Bogue Homa while the other two located…
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Myan Indians
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It is known among the best developed civilizations of the classical period. Mayan Indian civilization is one of the ancient American civilizations and the most… Mayan Indians were well developed and highly skilled in the artistic jobs such as pottery, carvings, drawings and ceramics. Some carvings, sculptures, stucco reliefs and murals are found from the ruins…
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West indians
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When people refer to the West Indians, they are usually referring to those people who live on the Caribbean Islands including Puerto Rico, Hispaniola and Cuba. It is believed these people originated in South America as wandering hunter-gatherers who eventually made their way… Following the arrival of the white man, numerous African black people were shipped…
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Cowboys & Indians
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Some of the negative or incorrect stereotypes associated with Native Americans are as follows: that (1) Native Americans are naturally synonymous to Native American Indians and that they are all alike; (2) they are pictured to live particularly in tipis on a reservation; still… A closer evaluation and research on Native Americans would divulge that just like…
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Huichol Indians
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HUICHOL INDIANS I. Ethno genesis. A. Pre-Contact History Huichol Indians are among the ancient indigenous people, settled in the high isolated mountains of western central Mexico. They have retained their pre-Columbian cultures ancient ways of spiritual life.… When the spaniards invaded this place, the Huichols took refuge in Sierra. While some scholars are of…
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American Indians
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North American Indians comprise of a number people who share unique cultures, identities, histories and languages. These Native Americans form an important minority of USA, but are frequently faced with a multitude of social, cultural and political problem that are still waiting to be addressed and being solved effectively. … To evaluate the developments that…
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Apache Metals, Inc. Case Study
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Apache Metals, Inc. Case Study Tutor University Date Introduction Apache Metals is an incorporated company that deals with manufacturing metal equipment for different industries. The company has been facing issues with their project management team thus making it incapable of getting funds from donors for running their projects.… The fact that project managers…
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Federal Policy Toward Indians
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The US population has people of people from different ethnical backgrounds and boasts as the boiling pot. Despite the nation having people from… Some of the ethnic groups who have suffered the discrimination policies are the American Indian. The natives have been affected by many policy reforms that deprive them of their rights making them be treated as…
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Identity among American Indians
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In the paper “Identity among American Indians” the author analyzes an identity crisis within the various American Indian tribes whose membership is determined by the degree of tribal blood that an individual has. Their culture and identity are being eroded with the growing influence of Western culture.… outdated practice as the quantum blood policy can be seen…
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American Indians Alcoholism
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American Indians Alcoholism Introduction Also known as Native Americans, American Indians are members of any of the aboriginal peoples of the Western Hemisphere; however, the term often connote only those groups whose original territories were in present-day Canada and United States (Encyclop?… This ethnic group makes up 0.9% of the United States population…
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Indians and Indian Policy
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Indians & Indian Policy American Indians have a long history that dates back to pre-colonial America. These Indians lived freely and owned land in America up until the white race came to America.… Several authors have documented the treatment and relations between the Indian people and their government. This essay will explore and review three works on the…
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Indians in unexpected places
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This paper is a literature review of the book “Indians in Unexpected Places”. This book is written by Philip Deloria and it puts Indians in the spotlight. Philip attempts to focus on the late nineteenth and the early twentieth century in his novel.… Indians in Unexpected Places begins with author’s description of mid-twentieth century photography of Indian…
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