Ancient Native American headdress.
American History

The American Civil War or an Uncivil War?

July 7, 2021

The years leading up to the American Civil War and the war itself brought only destruction to the Natives. Hundreds of lives were destroyed and homelands were snatched away. […]

Originally from "Leslie's Weekly", it is a scene from Vicksburg battle, one of the important campaigns in the American Civil War.
American History

The American Civil War and the Natives

July 7, 2021

In its expansion process in the years leading to the American Civil War, the U.S. government left little for the Native communities. Thus, many joined the forces in the hope of protecting their rights and sovereignty, while some resisted. […]

American History

The Virginia Convention of 1787

July 5, 2021

At the Virginia Convention, the battle lines were drawn with each state still vying for equal power and the task of turning the confederation into a strong seat of power seemed herculean. […]

A portrait of American Indian man.
American History

Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apache

June 29, 2021

Like other Natives, the Apache too bore the brunt of structural and systematic destruction of Native societies undertaken by the State of California. […]

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