The Indian Territory Journals of Colonel Richard Irving Dodge

The Indian Territory Journals of Colonel Richard Irving Dodge

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In these journals, Colonel Richard Irving Dodge, a well-known chronicler of western history and an authority on Plains Indians, provides an important account of conditions in Indian Territory from 1878 to 1880, a period of rapid transition. The Cheyenne-Arapaho reservation in present-day western Oklahoma was the center of Dodgea€™s activity. His writings offer a firsthand record of the 1878 retreat of the Northern Cheyenne, the conditions endured by Indians who remained on the reservation, and the jurisdictional conflicts between Army personnel and representatives of the Office of Indian Affairs. These journals also provide insight into Dodgea€™s character, with reports of his official duties as a military man and of several landmark events in his family life. Extensive commentaries and notes by Wayne R. Kime provide further detail, including a history of Cantonment North Fork Canadian River, a six-company post Dodge established and commanded in the region.He did what he could aamp; failed, with no blame to be fairly attached to him - as after all, it was a mere difference of opinion, aamp; at the very worst, an error of judgment. But the Great /, which solely composes the man prevents him from accepting the anbsp;...

Title:The Indian Territory Journals of Colonel Richard Irving Dodge
Author: Richard Irving Dodge
Publisher:University of Oklahoma Press - 2000

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