Tag Archives: American Indians

Buffalo Chip’s Heroic Stand

18 Jul

Northwest Iowa Center for Regional Studies

Friend and storyteller Jim Schaap encounters a tombstone–and a story to go with it: Buffalo Chip’s Heroic Stand | KWIT

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The island

5 Jul

Northwest Iowa Center for Regional Studies

Amie Adams, a former student of mine, has written a wonderful reflective piece about an Iowa place dear to hear. Read it here at Topology Magazine: The island | Topology Magazine

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A Native Perspective on Memorial Day

2 Jun

This is a commentary to which, as a historian, a Christian, and a friend of the author, I say, Amen!: A Native Perspective on Memorial Day – Native News Online

A Historian Compares Presidents Jackson and Trump

29 May

At the History News Network, Pulitzer-Prize-winning historian Daniel Walker Howe notes similarities and differences between Presidents Andrew Jackson and Donald Trump: History News Network | The Shameful Way Donald Trump Is Like Andrew Jackson

This Day in History – May 28, 1830 Andrew Jackson Signs Indian Removal Act

28 May

Apropos Memorial Day: On this day in 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act.

Source: This Day in History – May 28, 1830 Andrew Jackson Signs Indian Removal Act – Native News Online

The Namesake of Howard University had Complicated Relationships with African Americans and Native Americans

24 May

Oliver Otis Howard was a revered Civil War general—but his career had a complicated postscript. Historian Daniel Sharfstein provides a concise summary of some of Howard’s zealous attempts to serve God through warfare, negotiation, education, and evangelism: The Namesake of Howard University Spent Years Kicking Native Americans Off of Their Land | History | Smithsonian

130,000-year-old mastodon bones could rewrite story of how humans first appeared in the Americas 

27 Apr

Shattered mastodon bones from a Southern California site bear the scars of human activity from 130,700 years ago, a team of scientists says — pushing back the generally accepted date that humans are thought to have settled North America by a whopping 115,000 or so years.

If verified and corroborated by other scientists, the discovery described in the journal Nature could radically rewrite the timeline of when humans first arrived in the Americas.

Read the rest of the story by Amina Khan of the Los Angeles Times here: 130,000-year-old mastodon bones could rewrite story of how humans first appeared in the Americas – LA Times

Enough Light

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Wirelesshogan: Reflections from the Hogan

"History is the record of our loves in all their magnificent and ignoble forms." Eugene McCarraher

The Way of Improvement Leads Home

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the way of improvement leads home

reflections at the intersection of American history, religion, politics, and academic life

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The website and blog of historian Chris Gehrz

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BlogWest

Thoughtful Conversation about the American West

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Thinking Christianly about the American Past

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