By Eli S. Ricker, Richard E. Jensen
The dear interviews performed by means of Nebraska pass judgement on Eli S. Ricker with Indian eyewitnesses to the Wounded Knee bloodbath, the Little monstrous Horn conflict, the Grattan incident, and different occasions and personages of the outdated West are ultimately made extensively to be had during this long-awaited volume. In the 1st decade of the 20 th century, because the outdated West grew to become more and more far-off and romanticized in renowned recognition, Eli S. Ricker (1843–1926) begun interviewing those that had skilled it firsthand, hoping to put in writing a multi-volume sequence approximately its final days. one of the members he interviewed have been American Indians, in general Sioux, who spoke largely a couple of variety of topics, a few with assistance from an interpreter. For years Ricker traveled around the northern Plains, determinedly accumulating details off and on reservations, in iciness and in summer time. pass judgement on Ricker by no means wrote his publication, yet his interviews are precious assets of knowledge in regards to the previous West that supply extra balanced views on occasions than have been approved on the time. Richard E. Jensen brings jointly all of Ricker’s interviews with American Indians, annotating the conversations and supplying an in depth creation that units forth very important information regarding Ricker, his study, and the editorial technique guiding the current quantity.
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Having passed Crow butte and reached Ash Creek he was hailed by an Indian in the distance toward the hills on the right, inquiring who he was; he answered back that he had some soldiers that he was taking down to Red Cloud’s camp and that he (the Indian) should go to his own camp and not follow him. The Indian shouted back that soldiers had just gone along and were only a little way ahead. The guide knew that he must be close upon Mackenzie. He had been particular to advise his interlocutor not to come near the Pawnee scouts, as a bitter enmity existed between them and the Sioux, and sight of each other was all the provocation needed to bring on a ﬁerce clash of arms.
The commission had come out to take the chiefs to Indian Territory, according to the terms of the 1876 treaty which had been made there at Red Cloud Agency a few months prior to this present event. It was a new set of men from the ﬁrst commission, the only one who came to both conferences was the Indian inspector, Dr. Daniel. 39 Wm. Garnett was the interpreter at the conference which made the Black Hills Treaty, and at this one. ) Garnett was at the conference when the Commission came out in 1875.
37 It should be observed here that at this council which was held at Red Cloud Agency Gen. 38 So far as Red Cloud was interested this little aﬀected him, much less aﬀected the Indians who acknowledged his chieftainship which was not denied in any quarter among them. The eﬀect of Crook’s act was simply to set up another with whom the government would hold oﬃcial intercourse and whom it must perforce thereafter hold responsible as the recognized head of the tribe for the good behavior of its members.