Captain Jack of the Modoc Indians

Captain Jack

It was a queer country where the Modoc lived. Their land stretched along for sixty-five miles, measured on the straight line that separates Oregon from California, and it was thirty miles wide, some in Oregon and some in California. Parts were fairly good for cattle and horses where the earth was rich, but most of



Billy Bowlegs and the Everglades of Florida

Billy Bowlegs

Watervliet Arsenal, near Troy, New York, is one of the places where Uncle Sam keeps his guns and powder, and as I was an ordnance officer, that is, an officer whose duty it is especially to look after the things to shoot with, I was on duty at that post when word came to me



Antonio and Antonito

Antonio and Antonito



Alaska Indian Chiefs: Fernandeste, Sitka Jack and Anahootz

Alaska Indian Chiefs: Fernandeste, Sitka Jack and Anahootz



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