Yakima and Clickitat Indian Wars, 1855 and 1856 personal recollections of Capt. U.E. Hicks. by U. E. Hicks

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  • Shahaptian Indians,
  • Indians of North America -- Northwest, Pacific,
  • Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1815-1875,
  • Yakama Indians -- Wars, 1855-1859

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SeriesHistory of the Pacific Northwest -- PNW 138.
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In late SeptemberAndrew J. Bolon, the Indian sub-agent at The Dalles was shot and killed while investigating these incidents. It was for this reason that Major Haller and his troops set out from The Dalles for the Yakima Valley.

The fight on October 5 started the conflict that would come to be known as the Yakama (or Yakima) Indian War. Immediately on learning what had occurred in the Yakima, country, in OctoberIndian agent Olney, at The Dalles, hastened to Walla Walla in order, if possible, to prevent a combination of the Oregon Indians with the Yakimas, rumors being in circulation that.

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U.E. Hicks. The Yakima War () was a conflict between the United States and the Yakama, a Sahaptian-speaking people of the Northwest Plateau, then part of Washington Territory, and the tribal allies of primarily took place in the southern interior of present-day ed battles in western Washington and the northern Inland Empire were sometimes separately referred to as the Location: Washington Territory.

Other articles where Yakama Indian Wars is discussed: Yakama: acquired historical distinction in the Yakama Indian Wars (–58), an attempt by the tribe to resist U.S. forces intent upon clearing the Washington Territory for prospectors and settlers.

The conflict stemmed from a treaty that had been negotiated inaccording to which the Yakama and 13 other tribes (identified. The Cayuse War (), the Rogue River War (ca. ) and the Yakima Yakima and Clickitat Indian Wars () all resulted in losses for the Oregon and Washington Indians.

Many tribal members succumbed to either military attack or disease, and most of the remaining population were sent to live on reservations.

Fort McAllister, South Prairie, Fort McAllister was a Washington Territorial Volunteer erected blockhouse. It was named for Lieutenant James McAllister () of the Eaton Rangers who had been killed during the Indian Wars. Fort Miller, Tenalquot Plain, The seige ended the next day--Ma The incident will be called the Cascades Massacre and is the costliest event in terms of white casualties during the Yakima (Yakama) Indian War of Afterwards the U.S.

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Guie: Bolon was detailed as agent on the Yakama Reservation (the Cascade Mountains) and lands east towards Nez. When the Indian War broke out inJames McAllister volunteered to join the Puget Sound Rangers, commanded by Capt. Charles Eaton. On the 22nd of October, at the house of Nathan Eaton on the Yelm Highway, McAllister was elected lieutenant.

Treaty with the Yakama,Washington State Governor's Office of Indian Affairs. Accessed 12 Feb Further reading. Ray Hoard Glassley: Indian Wars of the Pacific Northwest,Binfords & Mort, Portland, Oregon ISBN ; Helen H.

Schuster (). The Yakima. Chelsea House. ISBN Donald M. Hines (). Indian Wars, Chief Leschi Controversy - Martial Law in Washington Mullan Road - Pig War (San Juan Boundary Dispute) - Division & Establishment of Idaho as a Territory - Seattle Brides (Mercer Girls) - Severe Winter of Northern Pacific Railroad In Washington - s-Nez Perce War - This collection consists of the mustering-in record of Washington citizens to serve in the territorial militia between and These records give names of soldier and company, role (e.g., scout), rank, term of service, number of days served, state horse or furnished own mount, and an accounting of service time (e.g., days on guard duty and fatigue service), as well as other personal.

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Yakima Indian War Markers – located south of Union Gap, just beyond the overpass, it commemorates the finale of the Yakima Indian War of at the Battle of Two Buttes.

The DAR erected one monument in and the Yakima Indian Nation erected another in   In14 leaders of different Yakima tribes signed a treaty with the United States.

The purpose of this treaty was to form the reservation and confederate the people of the Yakima Indian Nation. A chief called Kamaiakan is said to have been the.

The Yakima Nation and the Yakima War by Rohit.C. People What the War Was About Most people that make up the current Yakama Nation are from either Klititat, Palus, Wallawalla, Wanapam, Wenachi, and Wishram. If you were born in Yakama at the time when the nation was very strong.

First Chief of the Yakama Nation Chief Spencer's tribal name was "Tah pa shah" and interpreted to Sharp Shooter. He was Chief of the Klickitats and appointed at the original Yakama Agency in White Swan, Washington. He was confirmed by J.W. Nesmith, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for the Washington-Oregon Territory in Yakima War () - The Yakima (Yakama) Indians lived along the Columbia and Yakima Rivers in Washington Territory, on land desirable for white settlement and mining.

With great difficulty, US officials negotiated a treaty with the Yakima and 13 other Indian tribes, all of whom ceded their lands and agreed to be placed on a single, large reservation.

The Yakima or Yakama Nation. Located in southwestern Washington State is the 1, acres reservation that is home to the Yakima or Yakama Indian Nation (AID, 39).

That reservation was granted to the Yakama in a treaty signed in by Gov. Isaac Stevens of the Washington Territory and representatives of the Cayuse, Umatilla, Wallawalla. A Little War of Destiny traces the tragic conflict between the native peoples of the Pacific Northwest and the Territorial Governments of Oregon and Washington.

For almost half a century the Yakima and Walla Walla Indians learned to accommodate non-threatening fur traders and beaver trappers but treaty makers who came to restrict free movement /5(3).

Lesson Twelve: Indian Reservations, Resistance, and Changing Indian Policy since This view (left) shows Indian Agent Captain Thomas Priestly with Chief White Swan taken in front of the Agency House at Fort Simcoe in or Even though many Native Americans lived away from the reservations, many maintained their links to them, and to the military forts which were also a component.

The Yakama Nation Main Agency Offices Fort Road PO BOX Toppenish, WA () Yakama Indian Fact Sheet. Native American Facts For Kids was written for young people learning about the Yakama tribe for school or home-schooling reports.

We encourage students and teachers to visit our main Yakama website for in-depth information about the tribe, but here are our answers to the questions we are most often asked by children, with Yakama pictures and links we believe are.

Early History and Pioneers. The Laying of the Corner Stone at the Yakima County Court House in June was the occasion for the following speech by John D. Medill. Editor and publisher of the "Yakima Democrat" Medill was born in Rock Island County on Jcoming to Washington in and to Yakima in Yakima and Clickitat Indian Wars, and Kč %.

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Sheridan (later General Sheridan) and his men arrived and landed on the Washington shore below the downstream tip of Bradford Island (which, on his map, is labeled "Bradfort's Island").

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Palouse, Pisquose, Yakama, Wenatchapam, Klinquit, Oche Chotes, Kow way saye ee, Sk'in-pah, Kah-miltpah, Klickitat, Wish ham, See ap Cat, Li ay was and Shyiks. At the signing of the Treaty ofwhich took place near present day Walla Walla, Washington, 14 tribes and Bands were confederated into the Yakama Indian Nation.Yakima and Clickitat Indian Wars, and P George Henry Himes, U.

E. Hicks English Book A Prayer before Dawn - Das letzte Gebet Joe Cole, Panya Yimmumphai, Vithaya Pansri.Yakima Indians. The Yakima Indians (now spelled Yakama) were hunter-gatherers in central Washington who subsisted on seasonal plants, hunting, and fishing.

Because of the varied climate, the tribe lived in teepees or mat houses during the summer months and pit .

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