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1 Cultures in Conflict Texas History, Chapter 17

2 Native Americans Control the West Settlements in isolated West Texas were left vulnerable to attacks by the Comanches, Kiowas and other Plains people Settlements in isolated West Texas were left vulnerable to attacks by the Comanches, Kiowas and other Plains people

3 Search for Peace Federal agents believed that fair treatment would stop attacks by Native Americans Society of Friends, or Quakers: did not believe in violence

4 Search for Peace 1867: federal agents and chiefs of Native American nations met and signed Treaty of Medicine Lodge Creek

5 Treaty of Medicine Lodge Creek Native Americans would move to reservations in the Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) Native Americans would move to reservations in the Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) Native Americans agreed to stop raiding settlements Native Americans agreed to stop raiding settlements

6 Peace Policy Fails Satanta: Kiowa chief who spoke against moving to reservations Satanta: Kiowa chief who spoke against moving to reservations “Orator of the Plains:” Known for eloquent speeches “Orator of the Plains:” Known for eloquent speeches

7 West Texas at War General Sherman investigated raids on settlements General Sherman investigated raids on settlements Kiowas attacked wagon train at Salt Creek Kiowas attacked wagon train at Salt Creek Sherman arrested Satanta Sherman arrested Satanta

8 West Texas at War Satanta was not executed; federal officials afraid of starting war with Native Americans Satanta was not executed; federal officials afraid of starting war with Native Americans Peace policy abandoned; federal expeditions sent to destroy Native American camps Peace policy abandoned; federal expeditions sent to destroy Native American camps

9 West Texas at War Federal soldiers were stationed in West Texas to prevent Native American raids Federal soldiers were stationed in West Texas to prevent Native American raids Built series of forts Built series of forts Failed to stops raids at first: not enough soldiers and soldiers were inexperienced Failed to stops raids at first: not enough soldiers and soldiers were inexperienced

10 Native American Culture Attacked Buffalo were important to the Plain people for food & other necessities Buffalo were important to the Plain people for food & other necessities General Sheridan encouraged white buffalo hunters to kill all buffalo to defeat the Plains culture General Sheridan encouraged white buffalo hunters to kill all buffalo to defeat the Plains culture

11 Buffalo Hunters Only interested in buffalo hides, leaving carcass to rot Only interested in buffalo hides, leaving carcass to rot Without the buffalo, Native Americans would be forced to move to reservations in order to survive Without the buffalo, Native Americans would be forced to move to reservations in order to survive

12 Buffalo Hunters at Adobe Walls Plains tribes, led by Quanah Parker, attacked camp at Adobe Walls Plains tribes, led by Quanah Parker, attacked camp at Adobe Walls Unable to take Adobe Walls, warriors increased raids on Anglo settlements Unable to take Adobe Walls, warriors increased raids on Anglo settlements

13 Red River Campaign 3,000 Army troops sent to search for Native American camps 3,000 Army troops sent to search for Native American camps Battle of Palo Duro Canyon Battle of Palo Duro Canyon Colonel Mackenzie had 1,000 Native American horses destroyed Colonel Mackenzie had 1,000 Native American horses destroyed

14 Surrender Kwahadies: last Comanche bands to surrender Kwahadies: last Comanche bands to surrender By 1874, most Native Americans moved to reservations By 1874, most Native Americans moved to reservations Victory over Native Americans resulted in westward migration by Anglo settlers Victory over Native Americans resulted in westward migration by Anglo settlers

15 Kickapoo Raiders Kickapoo raiders fought on the Mexico, Texas and New Mexico borders Kickapoo raiders fought on the Mexico, Texas and New Mexico borders Raids subdued after 1878 Raids subdued after 1878

16 Buffalo Soldiers Tenth Cavalry made up of African Americans Tenth Cavalry made up of African Americans Pursued Victorio and his band of Apache warriors in West Texas Pursued Victorio and his band of Apache warriors in West Texas

17 Buffalo Soldiers Soldiers well respected by the Native Americans but sometimes harassed by the Anglo American settlers Soldiers well respected by the Native Americans but sometimes harassed by the Anglo American settlers 19 buffalo soldiers received Medals of Honor for service in the American West 19 buffalo soldiers received Medals of Honor for service in the American West

18 Texas Rangers Lawlessness in South Texas grew partly as result of Civil War deserters Lawlessness in South Texas grew partly as result of Civil War deserters “Special Force” of Rangers was sent to lower Rio Grande to establish peace “Special Force” of Rangers was sent to lower Rio Grande to establish peace

19 Texas Rangers Reputation for ruthlessness Reputation for ruthlessness Sent to deal with ambitious ranchers and renegades Sent to deal with ambitious ranchers and renegades Known to mistreat Mexican Americans Known to mistreat Mexican Americans

20 A New Era With threat of raids gone, settlers moved into West Texas and established farms & ranches With threat of raids gone, settlers moved into West Texas and established farms & ranches Towns grew up around former military posts Towns grew up around former military posts

21 Good Luck on Your Test!

22 Review Questions By 1866, federal soldiers were stationed in West Texas to By 1866, federal soldiers were stationed in West Texas to A. prevent Native American attacks B. Assist new settlers C. Stop attacks on Native Americans

23 Review Questions By 1866, federal soldiers were stationed in West Texas to By 1866, federal soldiers were stationed in West Texas to A. prevent Native American attacks B. Assist new settlers C. Stop attacks on Native Americans

24 Review Questions Federal officials were opposed to executing Satanta because Federal officials were opposed to executing Satanta because A. He wanted Native Americans to move to reservations B. They supported his beliefs C. They were afraid of starting a war

25 Review Questions Federal officials were opposed to executing Satanta because Federal officials were opposed to executing Satanta because A. He wanted Native Americans to move to reservations B. They supported his beliefs C. They were afraid of starting a war

26 Review Questions Who were well respected by the Native Americans but harassed by the Anglo American settlers? Who were well respected by the Native Americans but harassed by the Anglo American settlers? A. Mexican Americans B. Buffalo soldiers C. Buffalo hunters

27 Review Questions Who were well respected by the Native Americans but harassed by the Anglo American settlers? Who were well respected by the Native Americans but harassed by the Anglo American settlers? A. Mexican Americans B. Buffalo soldiers C. Buffalo hunters

28 Review Questions At first, the U.S. Army failed to stop raids by Native Americans for all these reasons EXCEPT At first, the U.S. Army failed to stop raids by Native Americans for all these reasons EXCEPT A. Soldiers were inexperienced B. It did not have enough soldiers C. It failed to build forts

29 Review Questions At first, the U.S. Army failed to stop raids by Native Americans for all these reasons EXCEPT At first, the U.S. Army failed to stop raids by Native Americans for all these reasons EXCEPT A. Soldiers were inexperienced B. It did not have enough soldiers C. It failed to build forts

30 Review Questions Nineteen buffalo soldiers received this for service in the American West Nineteen buffalo soldiers received this for service in the American West A. Land B. Congressional Medal of Honor C. Guns and supplies

31 Review Questions Nineteen buffalo soldiers received this for service in the American West Nineteen buffalo soldiers received this for service in the American West A. Land B. Congressional Medal of Honor C. Guns and supplies

32 Review Questions Lawlessness in South Texas grew partly as a result of Lawlessness in South Texas grew partly as a result of A. Few laws on the books B. Civil War deserters C. An increase in Native Americans

33 Review Questions Lawlessness in South Texas grew partly as a result of Lawlessness in South Texas grew partly as a result of A. Few laws on the books B. Civil War deserters C. An increase in Native Americans

34 Review Questions Quakers were often selected as reservations agents because they opposed Quakers were often selected as reservations agents because they opposed A. The federal government B. Violence C. Anglo settlers

35 Review Questions Quakers were often selected as reservations agents because they opposed Quakers were often selected as reservations agents because they opposed A. The federal government B. Violence C. Anglo settlers

36 Review Questions Buffalo were important to Native Americans of the Plains for Buffalo were important to Native Americans of the Plains for A. Food B. Sacrifice C. Riding

37 Review Questions Buffalo were important to Native Americans of the Plains for Buffalo were important to Native Americans of the Plains for A. Food B. Sacrifice C. Riding

38 Review Questions By November 1874, most Native Americans in Texas By November 1874, most Native Americans in Texas A. Resumed their old way of life B. Were going to reservations C. Had defeated white settlers

39 Review Questions By November 1874, most Native Americans in Texas By November 1874, most Native Americans in Texas A. Resumed their old way of life B. Were going to reservations C. Had defeated white settlers

40 Review Questions The white buffalo hunters were primarily interested in buffalo The white buffalo hunters were primarily interested in buffalo A. Hides B. Sinew C. Paunches

41 Review Questions The white buffalo hunters were primarily interested in buffalo The white buffalo hunters were primarily interested in buffalo A. Hides B. Sinew C. Paunches

42 Review Questions The Tenth Cavalry was made up of The Tenth Cavalry was made up of A. Mexican Americans B. African Americans C. Native Americans

43 Review Questions The Tenth Cavalry was made up of The Tenth Cavalry was made up of A. Mexican Americans B. African Americans C. Native Americans

44 Review Questions Many people believed the Texas Rangers often mistreated Many people believed the Texas Rangers often mistreated A. Sheep ranchers B. Cattle ranchers C. Mexican Americans

45 Review Questions Many people believed the Texas Rangers often mistreated Many people believed the Texas Rangers often mistreated A. Sheep ranchers B. Cattle ranchers C. Mexican Americans

46 Review Questions The leader of the Apaches who fought battles in Texas and Mexico was The leader of the Apaches who fought battles in Texas and Mexico was A. Satanta B. Victorio C. Lawrie Tatum

47 Review Questions The leader of the Apaches who fought battles in Texas and Mexico was The leader of the Apaches who fought battles in Texas and Mexico was A. Satanta B. Victorio C. Lawrie Tatum

48 Review Questions Known as the Society of Friends Known as the Society of Friends A. Kwahadies B. Quakers C. Kickapoos

49 Review Questions Known as the Society of Friends Known as the Society of Friends A. Kwahadies B. Quakers C. Kickapoos

50 Review Questions According to the Treaty of Medicine Lodge Creek, Native Americans would live on reservations in According to the Treaty of Medicine Lodge Creek, Native Americans would live on reservations in A. present-day Kansas B. Indian Territory C. North of the Red River

51 Review Questions According to the Treaty of Medicine Ledge Creek, Native Americans would live on reservations in According to the Treaty of Medicine Ledge Creek, Native Americans would live on reservations in A. present-day Kansas B. Indian Territory C. North of the Red River

52 Review Questions Group that attacked a wagon train at Salt Creek Group that attacked a wagon train at Salt Creek A. Apaches B. Kwahadies C. Kiowas

53 Review Questions Group that attacked a wagon train at Salt Creek Group that attacked a wagon train at Salt Creek A. Apaches B. Kwahadies C. Kiowas

54 Review Questions Texas Rangers were sent to the lower Rio Grande to control all of these groups EXCEPT Texas Rangers were sent to the lower Rio Grande to control all of these groups EXCEPT A. The Special Force B. Renegades C. Ambitious Ranchers

55 Review Questions Texas Rangers were sent to the lower Rio Grande to control all of these groups EXCEPT Texas Rangers were sent to the lower Rio Grande to control all of these groups EXCEPT A. The Special Force B. Renegades C. Ambitious Ranchers

56 Review Questions Last Comanche bands to surrender Last Comanche bands to surrender A. Kwahadies B. Kickapoos C. Apaches

57 Review Questions Last Comanche bands to surrender Last Comanche bands to surrender A. Kwahadies B. Kickapoos C. Apaches

58 Review Questions Site of a key battle of the Red River campaign Site of a key battle of the Red River campaign A. Salt Creek B. Palo Duro Canyon C. Adobe Walls

59 Review Questions Site of a key battle of the Red River campaign Site of a key battle of the Red River campaign A. Salt Creek B. Palo Duro Canyon C. Adobe Walls

60 Review Questions Camp of buffalo hunters attacked by tribes led by Quanah Parker Camp of buffalo hunters attacked by tribes led by Quanah Parker A. Salt Creek B. Indian Territory C. Adobe Walls

61 Review Questions Camp of buffalo hunters attacked by tribes led by Quanah Parker Camp of buffalo hunters attacked by tribes led by Quanah Parker A. Salt Creek B. Indian Territory C. Adobe Walls

62 Review Questions Why did Sheridan encouraged buffalo hunters to kill all the buffalo? Why did Sheridan encouraged buffalo hunters to kill all the buffalo? A. Anglo Americans would stop migrating with the buffalo B. Native Americans would lose their way of life and move to reservations C. Buffalo were overpopulating ranches

63 Review Questions Why did Sheridan encouraged buffalo hunters to kill all the buffalo? Why did Sheridan encouraged buffalo hunters to kill all the buffalo? A. Anglo Americans would stop migrating with the buffalo B. Native Americans would lose their way of life and move to reservations C. Buffalo were overpopulating ranches

64 Review Questions Present-day Oklahoma was known as this Present-day Oklahoma was known as this A. Indian Territory B. Satanta C. Special Force

65 Review Questions Present-day Oklahoma was known as this Present-day Oklahoma was known as this A. Indian Territory B. Satanta C. Special Force

66 Review Question Site of a raid on a wagon train for which Satanta was arrested Site of a raid on a wagon train for which Satanta was arrested A. Salt Creek B. Palo Duro Canyon C. Adobe Walls

67 Review Question Site of a raid on a wagon train for which Satanta was arrested Site of a raid on a wagon train for which Satanta was arrested A. Salt Creek B. Palo Duro Canyon C. Adobe Walls

68 Review Questions Who was the “Orator of the Plains?” Who was the “Orator of the Plains?” A. Quanah Parker B. Victorio C. Satanta

69 Review Questions Who was the “Orator of the Plains?” Who was the “Orator of the Plains?” A. Quanah Parker B. Victorio C. Satanta


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