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    • Bourgmont - July 8, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans pirogue horses swimming rafts fusil-shot village camped calumets peace chiefs harangue women children Great Lake...
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • Bourgmont - July 18, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans Kansa camp horse trade merchandise gunpowder beads knife Frenchmen slaves chiefs Missouris smoke bison robe...
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • Bourgmont - July 23, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans Fort d'Orleans pirogues sick slaves peltries Frenchmen trade horse Iowa (Ayoois) dogs warriors feast theft justice...
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • Bourgmont - July 3, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans drummer Missouris war chiefs Osages
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • July 21, 1848 - Tappan learns Indian war customs.

    • 1848 diary William Henry Tappan Missouri Mounted Volunteers artist illustrator drawings illustrations trade Native Americans sketches landscape portraits fort Kearney Missouri River Indians senator Nebraska City Oregon Battalion Childs emigrants...
    • William Henry Tappan diary entry
    • Bourgmont - October 20, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans chiefs robacco smoke Frenchmen dwelling feast Saint-Ange La Renaudiere bison food cooking drying pluums fruit women...
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • Bourgmont - July 27, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans fuseil-shot prairie La Renaudiere warriors chiefs women children dogs Frenchmen hunting deer moccasins compass...
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • Bourgmont - October 5, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans Iowa Ayoois chiefs Saint-Ange La Renaudiere Missouris Great Lake Atlantic Ocean Otos Osages lowas Kansas Skiri...
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • Bourgmont - October 6, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans trade goods Otos lowasSkiri Pawnees gunpowder vermillion beads axes pickaxes awls wadding extractors gunflints...
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • Bourgmont - October 7, 1724

    • Ettienne de Veniard Bourgmont journal Missouri river explorer soldier plains heartland Kansa Padouca tribe Indians Native Americans Saint-Ange Skiri Pawnees Missouris Frenchmen harangue chiefs tribes dance drink gunpowder peltries beaver
    • Bourgmont Journal
    • War club

    • Indians of North America; Indian weapons--North America; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Because eastern tenderfeet anticipated armed confrontations with warring tribesmen, they expected to see chiefs in feathered headdresses wielding war clubs. Such sights were uncommon. The wagon trains usually encountered Native Americans...
    • Headdress

    • Indians of North America--Clothing; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Because eastern tenderfeet anticipated armed confrontations with warring tribesmen, they expected to see chiefs in feathered headdresses wielding war clubs. Such fights were uncommon. The wagon trains usually encountered Native Americans...
    • Headdress

    • Indians of North America--Clothing; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Because eastern tenderfeet anticipated armed confrontations with warring tribesmen, they expected to see chiefs in feathered headdresses wielding war clubs. Such sights were uncommon. The wagon trains usually encountered Native Americans...

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