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Lost City of Etzanoa Found

Lost City of Etzanoa Found

Another of North America’s “lost cities” has been found; the urban center—called Etzanoa by the Spanish—was home to some 20,000 Wichita Indians in southern Kansas.
6 John Quincy Adams

6 John Quincy Adams

A treaty was waiting on John Quincy Adams’ desk when he took the oath of office and became the sixth president of the United States. The Indian Springs Treaty, which called for the Creek Nation of Georgia to cede to the state all its land and move west, passed Congress...
7 Andrew Jackson

7 Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson took office with one goal set firmly in his mind: Indians must be moved “beyond the great river Mississippi.” Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, began implementing his policies even before his vice president arrived in Washington. Two weeks after taking the oath of office, sent...
HDIMT: Deity Smites Cherokee Stickball Field? Plus, Comanche Flea Dip

HDIMT: Deity Smites Cherokee Stickball Field? Plus, Comanche Flea Dip

The Cherokee Nation, like the Muscogee Creek Nation where I was born and raised, is situated in what weather reporters call “tornado alley.” The thunderstorms that often birth tornados have been active this year, and Cherokees were recently reminded that those storms can cause damage without throwing off clouds. One...

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