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Grand Councils and Treaty-Making on the Central Plains
Stan Hoig shows how treaty-making - once considered a viable method of peaceably resolving conflicts - degenerated into a deeply flawed system sullied by political deceptions and broken promises.
White Man's Paper Trail illuminates the pivotal role of treaty negotiations in the buildup to the Plains Indian wars, in American Indians' loss of land and self-determination, and in Euro-American westward expansion.
Religion, Warfare, and Exchange across the American Southwest and Beyond
A Handbook of Mammals of Rocky Mountain National Park and Vicinity, Third Edition
Evolution of a City, Revised Edition
They Also Served
A Lucinda Hayes Mystery
Life and Death in the U.S. Ski Troops During the Second World War
Reframing the Environmental Debate
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