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The Indian history of the Modoc War

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Published by Urion Press in Eugene, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modoc Indians -- Wars, 1873.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jeff C. Riddle.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE83.87 .R54 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination295 p. :
    Number of Pages295
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5069563M
    ISBN 100913522031, 091352204X
    LC Control Number74078125


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National Emergency The Indian history of the Modoc war, and the causes that led to it by Riddle, Jeff C. Davis, Publication date c Topics Modoc Indians -- Wars, Pages: The Modoc War Begins On Novemunder orders from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Major John Green sent troops from Fort Klamath to move the Modoc, “by force if necessary,” back to the reservation.

Many more Modoc were encountered than the Army had expected. Fighting soon broke out, and the Modoc fled as the troops burned their village. Author was the son of a Modoc woman, Winema, and Kentucky-born miner Frank Riddle, both of whom played a large role in negotiations during the Modoc War.

This book gives a Native American but still pro-white point of view. The Indian history of the Modoc War Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English "A Urion primary source book." Reprint of the ed. printed by Marnell, San Francisco Includes bibliographical references Internet Archive : Hell with the Fire Out: A History of the Modoc War by Arthur Quinn Paperback.

Faber and Faber Oublishing. History Editor's Recommended Book:The American war against the Modoc people of northern California and southern Oregon, fought inhas long been overshadowed by other campaigns in the Indian Wars.

Description. Jeff C. Riddle wrote Indian History of the Modoc War and the Causes That Led To It as a boyhood eyewitness to the tragedy in Northern California. Riddle’s account of the Modoc War, based on his memories, and upon interviews and personal acquaintance with Native American participants takes other historians, notably white historians, to task for.

The Indian history of the Modoc War. [Jeff C Riddle] -- When Jefferson Davis Riddle was only ten years old and known by the Modoc name "Charka," he experienced the Modoc War firsthand. After the war, his parents renamed him for the Army colonel who ended. In the US Congress authorized a military pension for Toby Riddle of $25 per month, which she received until her death in Toby and Frank's son Jeff C.

Riddle wrote his own account of the Modoc War, to give the Indian perspective, which he published in Relations: Cousin, Kintpuash.

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Davis Riddle () was the son of Frank and Tobey Riddle, both of whom played prominent roles in the Modoc War. After the war, his parents Free shipping over $   Meacham includes Winema's personal history, her role in the war, her heroic act of saving Meacham's life, and the war in general.

For a Modoc perspective on the war, see Jeff C. Riddle (Winema's son), The Indian History of the Modoc War.

"The Modoc War is a devastating history of defiant indigenous resistance during the Gilded Age of the nineteenth century. McNally's fast-paced, blow-by-blow account chronicles the daring actions of Modoc freedom fighters, treacherous U.S.

soldiers, genocidal American settlers, and hubristic military leaders that scarred the West during the "Indian Wars" of the post–Civil War era. Internet Archive BookReader The Indian history of the Modoc war, and the causes that led to it.

INDIAN HISTORY OF THE MODOC WAR. Full title: INDIAN HISTORY OF THE MODOC WAR. Reprint Paperback Urion Press, Very Good. Publisher: Urion Press, Edition: Reprint. Binding: Paperback. Book Publishing Rating: % positive. The Paperback of the Indian History of the Modoc War by Jeff C. Riddle at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: The Modoc War was the only major Indian War fought in California, and the only one in which a General of the regular Army was killed (George A.

Custer was not a general when he was killed in at Little Big Horn).Taking into consideration the number of people involved, this was one of the most costly wars in our history.

This is the story of the war that the United States waged against the Modoc Indians in the Lava Beds of southern Oregon in the late 19th century. The author has done a great job of bringing to life the main players of the story, both Americans and Indians, and discussing their motivations/5.

Although the war happened years ago, McNally’s book is the second about the war published this year, following Jim Compton’s “Spirit in the Rock: The Fierce Battle for the Modoc. The Indian History of the Modoc War, and the Causes that Led to it: And the by Jeff C. Davis Riddle. Publication date Publisher Printed by Marnell & co.

Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Pages: Jefferson C Davis Riddle was the son of Frank and Tobey Riddle, both of whom played prominent roles in the Modoc War.

After the war, his parents renamed him for the Army colonel who ended the war and toured the East Coast, lecturing on the conflict. This book chronicles this episode of Western history.

Get this from a library. The Indian history of the Modoc war and the causes that led to it. [Jeff C Riddle] -- Author was the son of a Modoc woman, Winema, and Kentucky-born miner Frank Riddle, both of whom played a large role in negotiations during the Modoc War.

This book gives a Native American but still. "The Modoc War is a devastating history of defiant indigenous resistance during the Gilded Age of the nineteenth century. McNally's fast-paced, blow-by-blow account chronicles the daring actions of Modoc freedom fighters, treacherous U.S.

soldiers, genocidal American settlers, and hubristic military leaders that scarred the West during the "Indian Wars" of the post–Civil War. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Riddle, Jeff C., Indian history of the Modoc war and the causes that led to it.

[S.l.: s.n.], © In the s, Peter Cooper brought Indians to speak to Indian rights groups in eastern cities. One of the delegations was from the Modoc and Klamath tribes.

One of the delegations was from the Modoc and Klamath ma: Modoc War the Indians and the peace commissioners, and had and deserved the con­ fidence of the best informed on both sides. The mother was a woman of remarkable character, and is in fact the most heroic Indian figure of the Modoc)Var.

With such an ancestry it is not surprising that the author should exhibit strong sympathy for the : Julius A. Stratton. The Indian History of the Modoc War and the Causes that Led to It, by Jeff C.

Riddle - Ebook written by Jeff C. Riddle. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Indian History of the Modoc War and the Causes that Led to It, by Jeff C. Riddle. Alfred Benjamin Meacham (–) was an American Methodist minister, reformer, author and historian, who served as the U.S.

Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon (–). He became a proponent of American Indian interests in the Northwest, including Northern California. Appointed in as chairman of the Modoc Peace Commission, he was severely Children: Clara Belle Meacham, George Ferree Meacham, Elinor "Nellie" Frances Meacham.

Kintpuash, also known as Kientpaush and Captain Jack (c. – October 3, ), was a chief of the Modoc tribe of California and led a band from the Klamath Reservation to return to their lands in California, where they resisted return.

From totheir small force made use of the lava beds, holding off more numerous United States Army forces for months in the Modoc s/wars: Modoc War.

Dillon, Richard H., ed., William Henry Boyle's Personal Observations on the Conduct of the Modoc War, Los Angeles, Dawson's Book Shop, n.d.

Dunn, J. P., Massacres of the Mountains, A History of the Indian Wars of the Far West, New York, Harper & Brothers, The Modoc attack on the peace commission intensified the Modoc War.

Julian Smith reports: “Canby was the only full general killed during the Indian. After the war his parents, who had supported the Modoc peace faction, renamed their son for the Regular army colonel who helped end the hostilities. Written "to give both sides of the troubles of the Modoc Indians and the whites," The Indian History of the Modoc War vividly recounts this episode of Western history.

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The USPS is no longer guranteeing a reasonable period for delivery of Media Mail. Robert McNally, author of a new book on the history of the Modoc War, will offer a talk and book signing session at the Klamath County Museum at 7 p.m.

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