2 edition of Wi-ne-ma (the woman-chief) and her people. found in the catalog.
Wi-ne-ma (the woman-chief) and her people.
A. B. Meacham
Reprint ed., American Pub. Co., 1980.
|Statement||By Hon. A.B. Meacham ...|
|LC Classifications||E99.M7 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, -168 p.|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||13026828|
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WI-NE-MA (THE WOMAN-CHIEF) AND HER PEOPLE. By the HON. A. B. MEACHAM, Chairman of the Modoc Peace Commissioners, &c. This is the record of the heroic Indian woman, who at the risk of her own life saved the author from butchery at the time of the assassination of Gen Canby and part of his associates by the Modocs. 12mo. Pages. 16 . make offer - wi-ne-ma and her people rare! modoc indian illustrated 1st ed by a meacham MODOC INDIAN ILLUSTRATED 1ST ED by A MEACHAM The Indian Trial: The Complete Story of the Warren Wagon Train Massacre, 1st ed.
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Adult and Family Conferences. Excellent speakers, vibrant music, warm fellowship, and the coastal atmosphere lay at. Meacham said that Wi-ne-ma was popular with audiences, as she had worked for peace between the peoples. He also published a book about Winema in and dedicated it to her: This book is written with the avowed purpose of doing honor to the heroic Wi-ne-ma who at the peril of her life sought to save the ill fated peace commission to the Modoc Relations: Cousin, Kintpuash.
Get this from a library. Wi-ne-ma. [James Michael Allen] -- "Wi-ne-ma, Indian princess who emerged as heroine of the Modoc War ofis brought vividly to life in the graphic account of the war and the massacres that let up to it." (book jacket).
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Meacham published Wi-ne-ma (The Woman-Chief) and Her People in and dedicated it to Toby Riddle, who had saved his life. This book is written with the avowed purpose of doing honor to the heroic Wi-ne-ma who at the peril of her life sought to save the ill fated peace commission to the Modoc Indians in Born: 29 AprilOrange County, Indiana.
Kaitchkona Winema, aka: Toby Riddle () – A Modoc woman better known simply as Winema, she was born sometime around Starting life in southern Oregon, she was said to be cousins with famed war chief Kintpuash, although some sources say he was her brother.
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. modern editions that are true to the original -Ne-Ma, the Woman Chief, and Her People.
Specifications. Publisher: Kessinger Publishing. Book Format:Brand: Alfred B Meacham. An excellent source on Winema and her life is Alfred Meacham's Wi-ne-ma (The Woman-Chief) and Her People (Hartford, CT: American Publishing Company, ).
Meacham includes Winema's personal history, her role in the war, her heroic act of saving Meacham's life, and the war in general. Facebook, City of Canby OR, Canby Business, Nerds with Vaginas, Wiggleshire Farms, Hope Has A Way, Amy Booker Photography, Kax Kreations, Stark Raving Madeleine, Canby City Councilor Sarah Spoon, Ears And Tails Rattery, Canby Now Podcast, Young writers, We Are Man Enough, I need a WORD, Sarah J.
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The Riddle's son, Jeff S. Riddle, wrote The Indian History of the Modoc War, also cited in this report. 21 Annual Report of Commissioner of Indian Affairs,p. The Indian History of the Modoc War and the Causes that Led to It, by Jeff C. Riddle. Jeff C.
Riddle. Marnell and This book gives a Native American but still pro-white point of view. shoot shot side soldiers soon stand started taken talk tell tent Thomas thought Tobey told took tribe troops Tule Lake Valley walked warriors Wi-ne-ma wife.
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And one year later, in his book Wi-ne-ma (The Woman-Chie]) and Her People, Meacham cites yet a third variant of this frontier proverb, namely, "All good Indians are four foot [feet] under ground" (). There can be no doubt about the sad fact that.
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