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"santa creek" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"santa creek" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Did that. Well custer made his last stand as you know on the little bighorn. And that was because of the brilliance of crazy horse in terms of getting answer mistakes custom-made tactician in terms of being a tactician, he split his force which was a bad idea because he was badly outnumbered but on the other hand, he didn't really know that. So so anyway, the point being that in this thing that I wrote, I talk about how custer was one victory for the native Americans for the Indians but that was about the only major. Victory the Indians had the rest were not victories there was the awful Sand Creek massacre here in Colorado where troops under a guy named shipping tune and Nichols win in there and these people have had their name stricken from some things by the way because of the terrible massacre they did it was it was women kids old people down in Santa Creek South. East. Of existing Denver was terrible I lived when I was in Boulder in college? Nichols Hall. It's not Nichols Hall anymore it's a Rapa hoed hall or whatever they call it Arapahoe. I think it's Arapahoe Hall is what they renamed it because it was primarily the rap Ajo that lived in this area. Well they were shipped up to a reservation near lander, Wyoming. In the in the wind rivers well well. That's not a terrible place to live by the way but it wasn't where they were originally they were given some money. I think they gave him twenty thousand bucks to as they moved up there. So they were technically paid were they paid enough. I don't think so but you could argue but the one thing that we did as we put these Indians on these reservations, they were places that our government had graciously reserved for them and they're they're now for instance of Navajo Nation. That's a Navajo Indian reserve where but it's big and it's pretty much a self running government. They have the Navajo Council, their police force there, and so on. That's down in Arizona area of New Mexico the Navajo lands. On the other hand, the Arapaho sent up to live in the area around Lander Wyoming we're given autonomy and sovereignty as separate nation as well. So what are the Indians do it bill casinos? They yeah, and there's a big casino and almost every Indian reservation even some of them reservations are back east. But then there's this terrible situation called the trail of tears where Indians were moved long long ways from where they wanted to be from their homes. And and that. All happened up in the Washington area of Wyoming where they were set up there the trail of tears occurred Th that's when they were sent to that place to live a place they'd never been probably but. Or maybe just passed through and didn't stay there very long. Anyway this the way I ended this piece that I wrote in my book is to say. A classic clash of differing lifestyles.

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"santa creek" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"santa creek" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Did that. Well custer made his last stand as you know on the little bighorn. And that was because of the brilliance of crazy horse in terms of getting answer mistakes custom-made tactician in terms of being a tactician, he split his force which was a bad idea because he was badly outnumbered but on the other hand, he didn't really know that. So so anyway, the point being that in this thing that I wrote, I talk about how custer was one victory for the native Americans for the Indians but that was about the only major. Victory the Indians had the rest were not victories there was the awful Sand Creek massacre here in Colorado where troops under a guy named shipping tune and Nichols win in there and these people have had their name stricken from some things by the way because of the terrible massacre they did it was it was women kids old people down in Santa Creek South. East. Of existing Denver was terrible I lived when I was in Boulder in college? Nichols Hall. It's not Nichols Hall anymore it's a Rapa hoed hall or whatever they call it Arapahoe. I think it's Arapahoe Hall is what they renamed it because it was primarily the rap Ajo that lived in this area. Well they were shipped up to a reservation near lander, Wyoming. In the in the wind rivers well well. That's not a terrible place to live by the way but it wasn't where they were originally they were given some money. I think they gave him twenty thousand bucks to as they moved up there. So they were technically paid were they paid enough. I don't think so but you could argue but the one thing that we did as we put these Indians on these reservations, they were places that our government had graciously reserved for them and they're they're now for instance of Navajo Nation. That's a Navajo Indian reserve where but it's big and it's pretty much a self running government. They have the Navajo Council, their police force there, and so on. That's down in Arizona area of New Mexico the Navajo lands. On the other hand, the Arapaho sent up to live in the area around Lander Wyoming we're given autonomy and sovereignty as separate nation as well. So what are the Indians do it bill casinos? They yeah, and there's a big casino and almost every Indian reservation even some of them reservations are back east. But then there's this terrible situation called the trail of tears where Indians were moved long long ways from where they wanted to be from their homes. And and that. All happened up in the Washington area of Wyoming where they were set up there the trail of tears occurred Th that's when they were sent to that place to live a place they'd never been probably but. Or maybe just passed through and didn't stay there very long. Anyway this the way I ended this piece that I wrote in my book is to say. A classic clash of differing lifestyles.

Lander Wyoming Nichols Hall custer Arapahoe Hall Navajo Nation Rapa hoed hall Navajo Council Nichols Sand Creek Denver Santa Creek South Boulder Colorado Arizona Washington New Mexico
"santa creek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"santa creek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"santa creek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"santa creek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"santa creek" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"santa creek" Discussed on KGO 810

"Command Sheridan Sherman and Sheridan work for grant, visa-free war leaders who won the civil war. They remain close comrades. But they're in command of what becomes the American Indian wars. And the Fetterman massacre is when these uninformed American cavalryman and infantrymen believe they can build forts in sight of about fifteen hundred two thousand Indians commanded by red cloud. It's foolishness the Indians attack using decoys at the American army falls for Peter. They leave Fetterman with one hundred and sixty five arrows into him after they've killed him. Why what did that mean to them? The the the the whites both civilian and the military never for the most part never fully understood the the music extreme utilization of dead by virtually every Indian tribe in the west they look they saw it as a indication savagery. I I can't even begin to I could. But I will refrain the book is explicit. But the method that the Indians youth and mutilation of the dead are extreme as your imagination can imagine. And of course, it the I found that repellent but the plains Indians. Particularly the northern plains Indians did not torture denied mutilate. Live enemy. You say would not capture a soldier and then mutilate 'em to mediation, always occurred after death. And in fact, it was a hour practice. Look the coach of for instance, if they if they encountered it when we were soldiers in the course of the fight was settlement if they had found a handful of soldiers badly wounded mortally wounded, whatever they would dispatch them quickly with a war club one blow to the head and kill them. And then the mutilation began the purpose of mutilation was it was a religious at the Indians believed that the souls of their enemies would follow them into the afterlife. And that. In whatever condition. They were. Upon death and immediately after death. So the Indians would for instance, in some of the the the less revolting to the whites at least practices were to say slash the scene. Us loss was in their legs and their arms to poke their is out. So that when their enemies filed them to the afterlife, they would be lame. They would not be able to pose a threat to Indians who were enjoying attorney. And that was that was the purpose of mutilation, the dead. It was not an act of of close savage unquote with no purpose except Shiva retali- as most whites interpreted to be it was in the Indians way of thinking in terms of their religion, a quite rational thing to do. And I'm going to stay with the logic. And the reason because there are instances Peter's book is sweeping you understand there's enormous amount of history detail here. A while go to a conversation once between Roman nose. Knows romano's preach approaches, the General John Winfield Scott Hancock hero. The civil war who is cruel and ignorant and believes that he can intimidate the Indians from knows approaches him and for a parley, and which if it ends badly Roman is ready to kill his enemy, and he says to the general we we don't want war. If we did we would not come close to your big guns, very sensible. Peter. Did they not believe the Indians when they told them the truth? Did they not did did Winfield? Scott Hancock who is one of many generals. Who doesn't listen did? They not believe the Indians were telling them the truth. Hancock was one of the one of the more pathetic cases. He was indeed a true civil war hero. And in the eyes of many he was equal to if not superior to Sheridan in terms of is is that is the hero of the civil war. If you may recall it subsequently, he ran for president on the democratic ticket was narrowly defeated. So he was quite an he was a national hero. And he was a tremendous tremendous competent general civil war. And I am particular struck by he's a Regis not only ignorance by his unwillingness to take the time to learn the first thing about the Indians when he came west and his his belief that he could bluster and intimidate his way through any situation. And he he he was surrounded by for the most part other officers who were as naive as him. But he he did have with him. An Indian agent who understood who had witnessed Santa creek, and and and try his own way to prevent it. Who is cautioning him saying, look general Hancock, the Indians don't wanna fight you. If they wanted to fight you their villages wouldn't be standing here. So close by the last thing, you wanna do is his fight. They wanna talk. Hancock. Really couldn't see that. And more importantly, he. Although he announced that his Republican Simpson that his purpose was go out into the southern plains and make peace. He was quite ready. Fully instructed his subordinates that look we we come in peace, but we come fully prepared to make war as well. And I think he was looking for any excuse to to to show off US military might there. He was he was he was he Roman nose essentially, whereas happened so much in the west they were talking past one another. There are a number of Indians who tell very flatly to the army what they believe and what they know. And when we come back, we'll meet two of them one is a Kiowa chief Santana called order order of the planes. Another one is a Cheyenne chief buffalo.

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"santa creek" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"santa creek" Discussed on Opening Arguments

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"santa creek" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"santa creek" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of railroad tracks and several times a day there's actually two trains passing an opposite direction at big chains big long long chains likely get longer longer ten tell us every once in a while i'll tell us a little bit about the veil brothers okay so walter vail came to came west and stepped out of the stage coach onto the dusty streets of tucson in eighteen seventy six and he was seeking his fortune in the west wanted to establish a ranch and be successful businessman and didn't take him long to find a ranch that he wanted to purchase south of tucson southeast to sign it was called the empire ranch and it had been on by edward nice fish another local businessman and rancher and in those days everybody was doing a little bit of everything so you might have a ranch might have store you probably had several mining claims people were doing all kinds of of things to make a living and hoping that one of those names would change their fortunes will he must he must have come west with a little bit of cash i mean he wasn't buying a little homestead the empire ranch was one of the largest ranches at all of arizona he had to have a little cabbage he didn't have a little cabbage he had actually stopped off in virginia city and worked as a timekeeper for about a year and earned money and he also his family we're very astute business people and so there were funds within the family and the family long each other money at different times it was always repaid and kept on a very businesslike flooding but you know the empire ranch at that point was not as large as the empire ranch that we think of it was walter and his partners that built the ranch oh okay it's really stretched from almost this annoyed all the way up north to the empire mountain at the empire through the empire's enough into the rincon mountains jj i think i read it started one hundred and sixty acres that it grew to one hundred thousand so they just had the vision to see that the area was going to grow exactly yes and walter actually extended his ranching empire into california yet ranchers at temecula he owned land it what's now living in a beach los angeles the island right off of la or he did well heated extremely well for himself and in eighteen seventy nine he was joined by his brother edward peil who he wanted to come west join him in his business ventures and edward vail established avail ranch in the santa rita mountains and they really funded a lot of their ranching enterprises through mining claims and one of the biggest was a total wreck mind and edward trained as an ass there so they could keep a lot of the business aspects in the family or in their you know within their close partnerships with partner business partners just real rich arizona cattle history lots of interesting things in about an around vail the colossal colossal cave not too far from cash carter caverns what else have y'all got going down there and vale oh you know in in nineteen seventythree when our longest serving postmistress mary jane warner retired she said this meal maybe a small place to some but to those of us who live here it is the center of the world and i like to think that because of the landscape and the beautiful santa creek that flows through here this is a place that for millennia people have liked to call home there's a reason that there's so many transportation routes the mormon battalion came through here the better field stage route the national mail route the jackass stage the old southern emigrant road i mean this this was a transportation next us and that is why there's such a beautiful place and and really white has grown so exponentially since the year two thousand the veil itself it's located where it is because that was.

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