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Bradbury, John, 164 Bradford, Thomas, 152–53 Brown, Orlando, 102–3 Brückner, Martin, 18, 132, 206, 236n38 buffalo, 47–48, 68, 130 Bull Tail (Sioux chief), 81 bundles, sacred (Pawnee), 45–46, 82–83, 97, 130–31, 242n8 The Calf (Kiowa-Apache), 145 Calhoun, John C., 25, 32, 76–77, 127, 133, 139, 145, 173 calumet ceremony (Pawnee), 50, 244n30 Capot Blue (Pawnee chief), 80–81, 82 Carapella, Aaron, 1–2, 228 Carey, H. C., 150–51 Carey, Matthew, 148–49 Carleton, Henry, 17–18, 94, 97, 253n27 Carte de La Louisiane et du Cours du Mississippi (Delisle), 31 Catlin, George, 126, 138 Chaffin, Tom, 166 Chapman, Butler, 157 Cherokee, 61, 180–81 Cheyenne, 67, 68, 71, 107, 111, 169, 216, 218 chiefs, 48–50, 83, 97–98, 130, 242n8 Chittenden, Hiram, 138 Chouteau, Auguste, 21–23, 24, 30 Clark, Marston, 63 Clark, William, 18, 24, 25, 32–33, 36, 51, 57 Abert, John James, 171–72, 174–75, 185, 188 Adams, John Quincy, 125 Albers, Patricia, 30, 239n36 Alencaster, Joaquin del Real, 51 Allis, Samuel, 73–74, 80, 82, 84, 85, 88 Anderson, Benedict, 230 Apache, 47 Arapahoe, 67, 71, 107, 216 Ash Creek massacre, 197–98, 220 Barbour, James, 125 Barr, Juliana, 10 Basso, Keith, 219 Beauchamp, R. P., 25 Belyea, Barbara, 8, 18, 235n24 Benton, Thomas Hart, 170–72, 181–82, 185– 86, 187, 215–16 Big Axe (Pawnee chief), 71, 73, 81 Bijeau (French trader), 146–47 Black Hawk (Sioux chief), 113 Blackhawk, Ned, 11 Black Hills, 228–29 boundaries: and the 1851 Fort Laramie treaty, 110–15; boundary markers, 27– 29; contested nature of, 21–24, 111–12; established through treaties, 33–35, 43– 44, 103–4, 110; and hunting, 21, 24, 30; Native conceptions of, 18–19, 21, 25–27. See also territorial ownership Bowes, John, 11 Index 298 / index map as blueprint for, 199–207. See also colonialism; nation building; treaties expeditions: as applied science, 175–77; expansionism through, 170–72; of Joseph Nicollet, 174–75, 177, 188–93; reliance on Native support, 143–57, 169, 188–93; of Stephen Long, 138–60, 262n67–263n69. See also Frémont, John Charles Farmer, Jared, 211, 212, 219, 272n40 Farnham, Thomas, 157 Faw-Faw, Mary, 224–25 Fitzpatrick, Thomas, 105, 107–9 Fool Chief “Ca-ega-wa-tan-ninga” (Kansa chief), 140, 144–45 Fox, 33–34, 59 Franklin, William, 27, 208 Frémont, John Charles, 6; and the bee, 161– 62, 163–64, 187, 230, 264n7; compared to Humboldt, 185–87; expeditionary goals, 171–72, 184–87; expedition maps, 167, 181–82, 215; failures of, 177–79, 263n1; legacy of, 165–70, 193, 231; Native groups supporting, 94–95, 168–70, 183–84; Natives juxtaposed to science by, 167–68, 169–70; and Nicollet’s expeditions, 174–75; personal timeline, 182; and Poinsett, 173; role of science in expedition, 162–65, 181–82; scientific instruments used by, 165, 176–80, 207; scientific rhetoric of, 161–65, 167–68, 230, 264n3; speech at Fort Laramie, 182–84; surveying Cherokee lands, 180–81 Garver, John Baltzly, 141 General Map (Warren), 200–201, 202–3, 214, 217, 220; as blueprint for expansion, 204–7; descriptive names in, 211–19; exemplifying syncretic nature of mapping, 6; incident names in, 219–21; methods used to create, 207–10; Native presence in, 198–99 gift giving, 48, 50, 55–56, 58, 72, 188–89 Gilmore, M. R., 219 Goetzmann, William, 166, 204 “Great American Desert,” 139, 141, 157 Gregg, Josiah, 9–10, 27, 154–55 Grinnell, George Bird, 99 Guthrie, Thomas, 131 colonialism: impact on intertribal conflict, 59–61; impact on Native alliances, 30; and naming practices, 223–24, 274n67; Native roles in, 11–13; reflected in mapmaking, 5, 6–9. See also expansionism Comanche, 47, 59, 67, 242n6 Commerce of the Prairies (Gregg), 9, 27, 28 Cooper, James Fenimore, 135–38 Council Grove, 223–24 Craib, Raymond, 206–7, 272n36, 274n67 The Crane (Iowa chief), 34–35, 39 Crawford, Hartley, 84, 90 Davis, Jefferson, 199 Dearborn, Henry, 51 Delaware, 19, 63–65, 79–80, 102 DeLay, Brian, 11 Delisle, Guillaume, 31 Deloria, Philip, 126 descriptive names, 211–19 De Smet, Pierre-Jean, 78, 106, 114–15 DeVoto, Bernard, 165–66 Dillon, Richard, 141 Dippie, Brian, 126 Dodge, Henry, 71–72 Dorsey, James, 221 Dougherty, John, 24, 43, 55, 58, 65, 67, 68, 69, 72, 79 Dunbar, John (father), 21, 49, 58, 70–71, 73, 80–81, 88, 89, 96, 250n99, 250n104 Dunbar, John (son), 100 DuVal, Kathleen, 11...

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9781496208019
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9780803249301
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OCLC
1038068511
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402
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2018-06-13
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English
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