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Native American History, The Peace Commission of 1868 Photo Print
Native American History, The Peace Commission of 1868 Photo Print
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Native American History, The Peace Commission of 1868 sepia-tone photo print. Created in the early 1990's for The American Heritage Galleries, printed on cardstock. 11" X 14" in original gallery packaging. The Indian Peace Commission was a group formed by an act of Congress on July 20, 1867 "to establish peace with certain hostile Indian tribes." It was composed of four civilians and three, later four, military leaders. Throughout 1867 and 1868, they negotiated with a number of tribes, including the Comanche, Kiowa, Arapaho, Kiowa-Apache, Cheyenne, Lakota, Navajo, Snake, Sioux, and Bannock. The treaties that resulted were designed to move the tribes to reservations, to "civilize" and assimilate these native peoples, and transition their societies from a nomadic to an agricultural existence.
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