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1 Manifest Destiny and the Indian Wars Lecture Outline: feliciaviator.com/history7B/schedule or bcourses Now Playing: Woodie Guthrie, “This Land Is Your Land,” 1940

2 Opening Day at the Centennial Exposition, May 1876

3 Native American mannequins at the Centennial Expo, 1876

4 Exploring the Indian Exhibit at the Expo, 1876

5 U.S. General George Armstrong Custer; newspaper headlines, July 1876

6 Emanuel Leutze, “Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way,” mural, 1861 (U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.)

7 John Gast, “Spirit of the Frontier,” 1872

8 Mexican losses after the Mexican-American War, 1848

9 Paths of Indian Removal, 1830s

10 “Indian hunters” championed in a Sacramento newspaper, ca. 1850

11 “[On the Reservation] Principal Chiefs of the Arapaho,” engraving, 1860

12 Buffalo bones, 1870

13 Photo of Chief Crazy Horse [allegedly], 1877

14 “The Indian Barrier,” Battles of the Indian Wars,

15 Custer and his Army, 1874

16 Depiction of 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn by Lakota Chief Red Horse

17 Bones of the dead at Little Bighorn

18 Mass grave for the dead at Wounded Knee, 1890

19 Stage reenactment of Custer’s “Last Stand,” 1905

20 Otto Becker, “Custer’s Last Fight,” 1896


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