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Requiem for a People: The Rogue Indians and the Frontiersmenby Stephen Dow Beckham
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This classic history of southwestern Oregon's Rogue River Indian wars is the only complete record of the region's Native Americans and the destruction of their ages-old lifeways in the 1850s. Beckham strives to relate the Indian view of this tragic history, while identifying the cultural and ecological consequences of white settlement and mining.
A classic history of south-western Oregon's Rogue River Indian wars. Beckham strives to relate the Indian view of this tragic history, while identifying the cultural and ecological consequences of white settlement and mining.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-202) and index.
Table of Contents
I The Land and the People 3
II The Opening of the Rogue Country 23
III Conflicts and Clashes 47
IV Settlement, Wars, and Treaties 73
V Black Sand Gold and Massacres 131
VI The War in the Valley 147
VII The War on the Coast 169
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