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    was part of the tribe called the Nez Perce, which was a hierarchal religion (a religion which exercises authority). He was born in Wallowa Valley, on March 3, 1840. The esteemed chief was originally named Hin-mah-too-lat-kekt, which translates to Thunder Rolling Down a Mountain (“Chief Joseph Biography” A&E). He was baptized at the Lapwai Mission where he took the Christian name Joseph, after his father, Joseph The Elder (“Chief Joseph Biography” N.p). The Nez Perce were hunters and gatherers, until

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    The Lewis and Clark expedition across the present day United States began May 14, 1804. With the approval of President Jefferson and the U.S. Congress, Lewis and Clark gathered an exploration party of about four dozen men. These men headed off to discover Western America. On September 1, 1805, they arrived at the Bitterroot Mountains, near present day Idaho. This began a nightmare that would not end until they reached modern-day Weippe. September 1, 1805, the explorers set out traveling west, heading

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    The realism period lasted from about the American civil war to around the 1914. The realism period was a period when the people of the time focused on the real world. They focused on science and reality instead of religion and emotions. Two great pieces of literature written during this time were; a poem written by Stephen Crane called “war is kind” and a speech written by chief joseph called “I Will Fight No More Forever.” Stephen Crane was born on 1871 in New York and died in 1900. Chief Joseph

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    in length than this man stood in all of this grown years. To his honor had been placed a coin purse, cigarettes, a dog tag, dried flowers in mason jars, an arrowhead, keys, notes under rocks, a dream catcher hanging on the tree, where I placed a Nez Perce bead necklace. My heart was sad by the desolation of this mans grave. My heart was sadder, knowing that his last days were spent begging James McLaughlin, Indian Inspector, to let him to return to his beloved home in the Wallowa Valley. ıFor

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    completely sure how the breed came about but there are some definable traits found around the world in other breeds, such as the Russian Altai and different Spanish horses. The Nez Perce tribe, from the western states, was the first to domesticate these animals and also the first to practice selective breeding. The Nez Perce trained the Appaloosa for many tasks such as hunting, farming, travel, and war. Throughout time of being a multi-skilled horse the Appaloosa still shows these traits today with

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    Old Toby, an Indian guide who traveled with the expedition for pay, was so afraid of the rushing water that he ran away. When he took off he forgot his profit, so the Captains asked a horseman, Twisted Hair from the Nez Perce tribe, to inform Old Toby to come back to be paid. The Nez Perce Indians was the largest and strongest tribe in the Pacific Northwest. They always caught plenty of game and had a huge amount of horses. As the expedition moved from the Rockies to the coast, the waters started to

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    Was the U.S. justified in the action leading up to and during the Nez Perce war? The U.S. wasn't justified in their actions leading up to and during the Nez Perce war. The U.S. tricked the Nez Perce into signing the treaties when they didn’t understand the language on the treaty. No, the U.S. wasn’t justified in their actions leading up to and during the Nez Perce war. The Nez Perce got their land taken away. “Initially successful with settlers, like other Native American tribes they soon found

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    the Natives because they allowed the settlers to convince the natives that it was worth less than it actually was. As for the Keystone Pipeline XL, the Nez Perce tribe used a treaty against the transportation of mining equipment through their land. They said that it was violating one of the treaties, so they had to go around the border of the Nez Perce tribe to get the equipment to Alberta Canada. The environmental effects of the Keystone Pipeline on Indigenous people outweigh the positive effects of

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    The Chinook and Nez Perce tribes both lived very different for example the coastal tribes never wore leather because of the constant dampness. The Plateau tribes climate and location varied because they had to move every season because they mostly fished and their supply would go down during certain seasons. The Chinook tribe of the coast and the Nez Perce tribe of the plateau interacted with their environment differently and similar to provide food , shelter , and clothing for their people.

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    Chief Joseph was the Nez-Pierce chief. He became famous when he tried to get his tribe to the Canadian border to be free. He did it so he and his tribe don’t go to reservations. He was considered to be one of the best chiefs ever. He took his fathers place as chief. His early life, leading years, and the end of his life tells what he had to go through to lead his tribe to freedom, even though it ended in vain. Joseph was born on March 3, 1840, in Wallowa Valley, Oregon Territory. His formal Indian

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