Preface / by Bishop Whipple Introduction / by President Julius H. Seelye The Delawares The Cheyennes The Nez Percés The Sioux The Poncas The Winnebagoes The Cherokees Massacres of Indians by Whites: The Contesoga Massacre ; The Gnadenhütten Massacre ; Massacres of Apaches Appendix: The Sand Creek Massacre ; The Ponca case ; Testimonies to Indian character ; Outrages committed on Indians by Whites ; Extracts from the report of the Commission sent to treat with the Sioux Chief Sitting Bull, in Canada Account of some of the old grievances of the Sioux ; Letter from Sarah Winnemucca, an educated Pah-Ute woman ; Laws of the Delaware Nation of Indians ; Account of the Cherokee who invented the Cherokee alphabet ; Prices paid by White men for scalps ; Extract from the treaty with Cheyennes in 1865 ; Wood-cutting by Indians in Dakota ; Sequel to the Walla Walla Massacre ; An account of the numbers, location, and social and industrial condition of each important tribe and band of Indians within the United States.
Preface by H.B. Whipple, bp. of Minnesota; introduction by Julius H. Seelye.
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