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    Brief Interpretive History of the Rogue River War
      US - Northwest
    The Rogue River War began in October, 1855, when a mob from the mining town of Jacksonville, in the Rogue River Valley in southwestern Oregon, killed at least twenty-eight Indian people who were camped near the Table Rock Reservation. This account is based on the the research for the book The Rogue River Indian War and Its Aftermath, 1850-1980 by E.A. Schwartz, published by the University of Oklahoma Press in 1997.
    Native American Documents Project
      United States
    California State University, San Marcos provides indexed Published Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and the Board of Indian Commissioners for 1871, two appendices to the board's report, and a map from the 1875 report. These reports touch on most aspects of Indian policy at that time.
    Native American Documents Project
      US - West
    The NADP was begun in 1992 by Prof. E.A. Schwartz, at the California State University, San Marcos.
    Raven's Tsa-La-Gi page
    Tsalagi  
    The aim of this site is to provide a resource for others who are interested in Cherokee language and/or culture.




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