The Plains Indians

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Courtesy of Smithsonian National Museum of American Horse (Oglala Sioux), Little Plume (Piegan Blackfeet) and Hollow Horn Bear (Brule Sioux), Little Plume (Piegan Blackfeet) and Hollow Horn Bear (Brule Sioux) ? accepted Roosevelt’s invitation and came to Washington as Sovereign rights of the West (1889-1896),? Theodore Roosevelt contended the clashes between westward pioneers and the Indians forged a new race, the American Indian
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