Great Indian Wars
The year 1540 was a crucial turning point in American history. The Great Indian Wars were incited by Francisco Vazquez de Coronado when his expedition to the Great Plains launched the inevitable 350-year struggle between the white man and the American Indians. From that point forward, the series of battles between the military and civilian forces of the United States and the native American Indians began when blood was shed and ultimately tens of thousands of lives were lost on both sides. The Battle of Tippicanoe, the Battle of Horseshoe Band, all three Seminole Wars and the Battle of Little Big Horn were some of the most important conflicts that led up to the last massacre, the Battle of Wounded Knee, where America's landscape would be forever changed!
S01:E01 - The Indians
The early Native American tribes including Kiowa, Comanche and Arapahoe; the rise of horse culture.
S01:E02 - The Cavalry
Dragoons; protecting the trails; Fort Laramie; the Laramie Treaty; Santa Fe Trail; Kit Carson.
S01:E03 - The Indian Warrior
Early Native American conflicts; becoming a warrior; the Minnesota and Sand Creek Massacres.
S01:E04 - Battle for the Northern Plains
The 1865 Winter Offensive; Red Cloud's War; Chief Roman Nose and the Cheyenne Twilight.
S01:E05 - Battle for the Southern Plains
Council House Fight and the Texas Rangers; Chief Buffalo Hump's War; First Battle of Adobe Walls.
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