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Portfolio: Battle for The West

Originally published by MHQ magazine. Published Online: May 09, 2011 
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A Harper's cartoon illustrates the clash between Interior Secretary Carl Schurz (left) and the War Department's Phil Sheridan over who would manage Indian affairs.

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3 Responses to “Portfolio: Battle for The West”

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    Albert Vollmer says:

    Sheridan was an asshole!! You should burry him out his grave and to hang him. He was a slayer of the Indians. He had no right, to take away the land of the Indians and to kill them!

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      Dennis says:

      Student of history are you? Mind taking off the PC blinders for a minute and ask yourself, how did those 'indians' get the land they had.

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    Myron Paine says:

    I understand the Algonquin Language.

    \Kikke\ = \See\ \Pooh\ = the whale spout.

    Kikkapooh Americans probably got their name because an arrogant French Man in Wisconsin was bragging about seeing the whale and the American stood up pointing at his chest and saying (I) Kikka pooh (too).

    The arrogant drove the Kikkapooh to the west.

    What Hitler and the German Army did what Sherman and the U.S. army did it was labeled \genocide\ and \Holocaust.\ The terror of Holocausts cannot be compared, but the Germans created fewer bodies.

    Where is the Holocaust shire for the Americans?

    The Lenape History tells the readers that the Americans from the Ohio river basin north to Hudson Bay were Norse Catholics. The Cheyennes descended from Norse Catholics. They moved to safety. They did not expect to be woken by charging U.S. calvary. Take a better look at genocide in progress.

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