Chiefs & Change in the Oregon Country: Indian Relations at Fort Nez Perces, 1818-1855 Public Deposited

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Vol.2. Companion volume to Chiefs & Chief Traders. c 1993

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  • Contents Preface x List of Indians introduced in Volume I xvii Acknowledgments xviii A note on spelling conventions xx GUIDED CHANGE AND THE COMPANY ONE: The Red River School and the Post:Guided Change and the Company 2 TWO: Toward a Stronger, Yet Responsive, Chieftaincy 15 THREE: Contested Loyalties in the Fur Wars 28 THE MISSIONARY PROGRAMS FOUR: Founding of the Protestant Missions 42 FIVE: Developing Relationships at Waiilatpu and Lapwai 53 SIX: Indian Allies and Opponents at Waiilatpu 64 SEVEN: The Confrontation of 1841 and Its Sequels 71 A NEW ORDER EMERGES EIGHT: Freemen and Company Servants 80 NINE: Overland Emigrants 88 TEN: The Emigrant Road 94 ELEVEN: The Overlanders in Indian Eyes 107 TWELVE: Company Views of the Overlanders 117 THE GOVERNMENT AND THE INDIANS THIRTEEN: Elijah White and His "Nez Perce Laws" 128 FOURTEEN: The Wallawalla and the Cayuse Adopt the "Laws" 138 FIFTEEN: The "Laws" in Action: Piupiumaksmaks and McKinlay 145 SIXTEEN: The "Laws" in Action: The Wascos and Cockstock's Revenge 149 SEVENTEEN: The "Laws" in Action: Piupiumaksmaks and Sutter 156 THE CAYUSE WAR EIGHTEEN: The Attack on the Waiilatpu Station 168 NINETEEN: Edward Teloukaikt and a Village in Flux 176 TWENTY: Preparations for a War 183 TWENTY-ONE: The March to Waiilatpu 191 TWENTY-TWO: The Council of the Peace Commissioners 200 TWENTY-THREE: Fruitless Pursuit in the Hills 205 TWENTY-FOUR: Governor Lane Ends the War 216 ADMINISTERING THE INDIANS TWENTY-FIVE: The "Indian Problem" in Western Oregon and Federal Solutions 228 TWENTY-SIX: The Indian Scene in the Willamette Valley in the 1850s 236 TWENTY-SEVEN: The Utilla Agency 242 TWENTY-EIGHT: Indian Agents, Army Officers, and Bourgeois in the Upper Country 250
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