New PDF release: American Stories: Living American History, Volume II: From

By Jason Ripper

ISBN-10: 0765619202

ISBN-13: 9780765619204

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In The Souls of Black Folk, he captured the disorientation and optimism that enveloped the first “New England schoolma’ams” as they entered the unreconstructed South: Behind the mists of ruin and rapine waved the calico dresses of women who dared, and after the hoarse mouthings of the field guns rang the rhythm of the alphabet. Rich and poor they were, serious and curious. Bereaved now of a father, now of a brother, now of more than these, they came seeking a life work in planting New England schoolhouses among the white and black of the South.

He fought for the first time at the age of fourteen against a group of Crows. From horseback, bare chest catching the wind, Sitting Bull bludgeoned a Crow warrior and earned his first feather. When gold was discovered in the Rocky Mountains in 1862, a steady traffic of miners and settlers crossed Sioux lands that had been set aside by treaty as their sole territory. S. attempts to displace his people and corral him onto a reservation. Montana became a territory in 1864. An Oglala headman in the area, Red Cloud, agreed to let a new immigration route, the Bozeman Trail, pass through the territory.

By the early 1900s, Edison’s movie cameras were creating entertainment faster than Cody could re-create the past. Cody invested time and money in some movie flops, which exhausted the little money he had ever been able to set aside in the compulsive fits of partying and philanthropy that overcame him regularly. Today there are a few minutes of surviving film footage of Buffalo Bill riding in dusty circles and Annie Oakley shooting teensy targets out of the air. Cody died in 1917, before movies could undo him.

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