Read the interview with Cochise called

Read the interview with Cochise called

module contains four parts. Carefully read the instructions and place your responses to all four parts on one Word document.

Why did the massacre of the buffalo herds precipitate the end of life for the Plains tribes as they knew it?Read the interview with Cochise called, “A Conference with Cochise” and answer the following questions. Click here for instructions on locating and accessing this interview account.

 What concerns does Cochise express in this article?

 What aspects of this article demonstrate the prejudices held by the white chroniclers about Native Americans.

Click here and read a New York Times account of the 1871 Camp Grant massacre of Apache,

and then answer the following questions. (You may need to enlarge the article to read it.)

 Based on the information provided in this article, what can you infer happened to several of the Apache who were not killed in the massacre?

 What concerns are expressed by the Apache chief quoted in the article?

 What concerns were expressed by Lieutenant Whitman?

 How does reading this article help us to understand the Apache warriors who fought the U.S. Army until the end of the nineteenth century?

 Compare this massacre to others from the readings and the videos from this module.

Why was the Sioux Ghost Dance considered to be a form of rebellion? To answer this question, you will need to click the Pearson Materials link under Course Home, and then, click on “Mrs Z.

A. Parker, Description of a Ghost Dance (1890)” and read the article. Then, click on “Sioux Ghost Dance (1894)” and view the video.

Submit Assignment 5 to the Assignment basket no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT.
Read the interview with Cochise called



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