Chivington to an attack on Sand Creek which was a location of a Cheyenne and Arapaho camp. When Chivington’s men attacked, Black Kettle, the Cheyenne leader, had just finalized negotiations on a new peace treaty, meaning “they had no reason to expect an attack”. Chivington’s army consisted of over seven hundred men, all heavily armed with guns. The Indian village only had about five hundred people and most were innocent women and children. Unfortunately, two hundred Native American men, women, and children were killed in the ambush and their body parts were mutilated and brought back to Denver to be put on display by Chivington’s men.
By doing this they wanted to show that nobody can mess with the American government. However, thanks to a religious man named Bishop Henry Whipple from Minnesota who truly believed in equality this didn’t happen. He brought this case to the attention of President Abraham Lincoln who decided the amount of people to be executed was too much. During that time Abraham Lincoln was strongly hated among the Minnesotans who would say they had enough trees to hang all Native Americans. They eventually decided to only execute 38 men which was still one of the largest mass executions in the history of the United States.
My father knew that if he kept the church running and disobeyed the law, he would be killed. That’s what he thought a least. When he saw the bodies on the ground bleeding to death, watching them slowly die in the cold, he went mad. He hung himself two weeks after arriving to the camp. He used his coat to hang himself when he was finally alone in the Odinochka.
The Republican sniper was hit in his arm by a bullet. After some impromptu first aid he faked his death. When the other sniper thought he was dead he shot the other sniper. Moving in for closer inspection he found out the other sniper was his brother. The text refers to the 1922-1923 Irish civil war.
The aforementioned article describes the debate occurring regarding the Texas massacre and the gun violence associated with it. 26 people were killed in the shooting, however the perpetrator himself soon became one of the many victims of a fatal gunshot wound and soon killed himself after being chased down. The population seems to have reached a divide where they are unsure whether this adds to or takes away from the constitution of the right to own guns. President Donald Trump claimed that the act was the work of a disabled man and that if Devin Patrick Kelley, the perpetrator, had not been shot, there would have been many more casualties. Meanwhile, those who oppose the second amendment persist in using this situation to dispute gun rights,
Rykhus 3 The Moccasin Trail I read the book ” The Moccasin Trail”, this book is mostly about a man named Jim Heath. Jim is a man who shortly after leaving his family behind to go be himself was severely attacked by a grizzly bear. Shortly after the attack a group of Crow Indians found Jim who was half alive and took him to their Tribe and took care of him until he was better. Ever since Jim got better he joined the Crow Indians tribe and become one himself. One day, after six years of living with the Crow Indians Jim received a letter from his sister saying that they( as in his two younger brothers, sister, and little nephew) were backing up all their stuff and moving out west to Oregon territory in search for
The excerpt above from Antigone basically states that a good man is one that swallows his pride and fixes his mistake. Pride is an emotional feeling that stems from a persons satisfication of his/her own achievements. In July 1, 2015 a dentist/hunter from Minnesota killed a belevoed lion named Cecil in Zimmabawae. Cecil was approxiametly 13 years and and the dentist Walter Palmer paid his guide about 50,000 in order for him to lure the lion and kill him. Cecil was tracked, shot and killed with an arrow, he was also skinned and his head was removed.
According to Nez Perce accounts, an aged warrior named Hahkauts Ilpilp (Red Grizzly Bear) challenged the presence in the ceremony of several young participants whose relatives ' deaths at the hands of whites had gone unavenged. One named Wahlitits (Shore Crossing) was the son of Eagle Robe, who had been shot to death by Lawrence Ott three years earlier. Thus humiliated and apparently fortified with liquor, Shore Crossing and two of his cousins, Sarpsisilpilp (Red Moccasin Top) and Wetyemtmas Wahyakt (Swan Necklace), set out for the Salmon River settlements on a mission of revenge. On the following evening, June 14, 1877, Swan Necklace returned to the lake to announce when they couldn’t find Ott they waited a day then went to the cabin of a man known to be cruel to Indians and shot him. Roused by this first act of vengeance, they killed four white men (no women or children) and wounded one man.