As much as nine-tenths of the indigenous population of the Americas died in less than a generation from European pathogens.
Two hundred and fifty years ago, Major Robert Rogers and his rangers launched a daring wilderness raid against an enemy village, but paid a steep price
AN ARIZONA BURGER KING TELLS THE STORY OF A UNIQUE UNIT OF MODERN-DAY NAVAJO WARRIORS
So spoke Sitting Bull, greatest of Sioux chiefs, as he bitterly watched his people bargain away their Dakota homeland
The Indians who sold Manhattan were bilked, all right, but they didn’t mind—the land wasn’t theirs anyway