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Wild West Discussion - April 2014

Originally published by Wild West magazine. Published Online: February 01, 2014 
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Chief Joseph might be overrated as a war chief but not as a headman for his people, the Nez Perces. In what order would you rate the following Indian leaders overall (in war and peace): Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull, Red Cloud, Crazy Horse, Black Kettle, Satanta, Cochise, Mangas Coloradas, Victorio, Dull Knife, Spotted Tail, Geronimo and Quanah Parker?

3 Responses to “Wild West Discussion - April 2014”

  1. 1
    Tascosa says:

    Joseph: First
    Cochise: Got a raw deal, became quite murderous, then walked Peace walk.

    Satanta: Last; a treacherous s.o.b.

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    t.johnson says:

    1.cochise 2.quanah 3.redcloud 4.victorio 5.joseph

  3. 3
    kenny says:

    Red cloud is the only one that won a war ..and then remained peacefull

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