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Illustrations Figures 1. Indian Record of a Battle between the Pawnees and the Konzas, Being a Facsimile of a Delineation upon a Bison Robe 64 2. Portrait of Sharitarish, painted by Charles Bird King during the Chaui’s 1822 visit 128 3. Charles Bird King’s portrait of Petalesharo, and the frontispiece to Morse’s Report 134 4. Samuel Finley Breese Morse, The House of Representatives (1822) 135 5. Planting the American Flag upon the Summit of the Rocky Mountains (1856) 162 6. Col. Fremont Planting the American Standard on the Rocky Mountains (1856) 163 7. Fremont’s Dangerous Passage through a Cañon in the Platte River (1856) 179 8. Lakota logo-map, created by the Black Hills Alliance of South Dakota 229 Maps 1. Major rivers of study area overlaid on contemporary boundaries of Great Plains states 12 xii / illustrations 2. Detail of Map Showing the Lands Assigned to Emigrant Indians West of Arkansas and Missouri 20 3. Boundaries of the Pawnees’ nineteenth-century territory, as described by John Dunbar in the late nineteenth century 22 4. Chouteau’s Map of Indian Territories (1816) 23 5. Kansas and Osage cessions of 1825 26 6. Detail of A Map of the Indian Territory, Northern Texas, and New Mexico 28 7. Detail of Guillaume Delisle’s Carte de La Louisiane et du Cours du Mississippi (1702) 31 8. The 1837 Iowa cession and part of the contested Sac and Fox cession 37 9. Notchininga’s Map (1837) 38 10. Interpretation of hydrography of Notchininga’s Map 40 11. Original and revised Pawnee territorial claims of the nineteenth century 45 12. Detail of Pike’s First Part of Captn. Pike’s Chart of the Internal Part of Louisiana (1810) 55 13. Threats to Pawnee territorial control in the early nineteenth century 60 14. Detail of McCoy’s manuscript map 66 15. Detail of Fr. Pierre-Jean De Smet’s map from the Fort Laramie Treaty sessions (1851) 78 16. Land ceded by the Pawnees in 1857 (Royce cession 408) 105 17. 1857 Pawnee cession area, overlaid on portion of 1851 treaty map 106 18. Detail of 1851 map 108 19. Detail of Warren’s Reconnoissances in the Dacota Country 112 20. Detail of Map of Lewis and Clark’s Track, Across the Western Portion of North America 120 21. Map in Democratic Review defining the trans-Missouri West as “Indian Territory” (1844) 120 22. Map from William C. Woodbridge, Modern School Geography 121 23. William C. Woodbridge’s Moral and Political Chart of the World (1828) 123 24. Detail of Woodbridge’s Moral and Political Chart of the World (1828) 124 25. Map accompanying Jedidiah Morse’s Report to the Secretary of War (1822) 136 illustrations / xiii 26. Stephen Long’s Country Drained by the Mississippi (1823) 142 27. Detail of Long’s Country Drained by the Mississippi (1823) 143 28. Long’s depiction of “roving bands of Indians” 144 29. Detail of Country Drained by the Mississippi (1823) 147 30. Matthew Carey’s Missouri Territory Formerly Louisiana (1814) 148 31. Map of Arkansas and Other Territories of the United States (1822) 150 32. “Indian Territory,” as labeled in Thomas Bradford’s 1838 atlas 152 33. Josiah Gregg’s Map of the Indian Territory, Northern Texas, and New Mexico 154 34. Augustus Mitchell’s New Map of Texas Oregon and California (1846) 156 35. Augustus Mitchell’s wall map 158 36. Topographical Map of the Road from Missouri to Oregon 167 37. Detail of Hydrographical Basin of the Upper Mississippi River (1843) 190 38. Warren’s Map of the Territory of the United States from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean (1857) 200 39. Detail of Warren’s General Map 202 40. James Bordeaux’s map 205 41. Map of locales included in current study 212 42. Details of Nicollet’s map (1843), Warren’s Reconnoissances in the Dakota Country (1857), and Indian map (1857) 214 43. Details of Nicollet’s Hydrographical Basin of the Upper Mississippi River (1843) and Warren’s General Map (1857) 217 44. Detail of Map of Lewis and Clark’s Track (1814) 218 45. Warren’s map of the Ash Creek Massacre 220 46. Detail of Sketch Map of Country of Omahas and Poncas (1882) 222 ...

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ISBN
9781496208019
Related ISBN
9780803249301
MARC Record
OCLC
1038068511
Pages
402
Launched on MUSE
2018-06-13
Language
English
Open Access
No
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