Government treatment of the Osages to 1830

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1934-07
Authors
Martin, Ramona I.
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Abstract

Herein is an attempt to show just how these influences affected the Osages and what degree of success the Government attained in handling the Osages problem during about the first thirty years of United States’ supervision over that great tribe.

Table of Content
Preface -- Table of contents -- The Osages and their early history -- Osages: Customs, beliefs, manners -- Removal policy and the Treaty of 1808 -- Dissatisfaction , unrest, and further cession -- The Treaty of 1825 -- The Osages and the Santa Fe Trail -- Trading with the Osages -- Attempts to Americanize the Osages -- Bibliographical note -- Bibliography
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Thesis (M.A.)-- University of Wichita, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Dept. of History
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