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By Don McLeese

Biography Of the executive Who was once thought of a good chief not just via local americans but in addition through White Settlers.

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1904 ✺ o Chief Joseph dies. 29 —————————————————— Glossary chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God conscience (CAHN shunce) — the part of a person that knows the difference between right and wrong elder (ELL dur) — older expedition (ecks peh DIH shun) — a trip to explore, or a journey with some other purpose Native Americans (NAY tiv uh MARE ih canz) — those who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Nez Perce (nehz PURS or nehz pur SAY) — a tribe of Native Americans that lived in what is now Idaho and Oregon reservation (rehz ur VAY shun) — land where Native Americans were told they had to live settlers (SET lurz) — people who move to a new land to live there treaty (TREE tee) — a paper that people sign that says they agree to something tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans warriors (WAHR ee urz) — great fighters in battle o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading McAuliffe, Bill.

1855 Joseph the Elder agrees to move his tribe to a reservation. ✺ 1860s ✺ Gold Rush. 1871 ✺ Joseph the Elder dies, and Joseph the Younger becomes chief. ✺ The United States says Wallowa Valley belongs to Native Americans. S. soldiers. C. 1885 Native Americans leave Idaho to return west. ✺ 1904 ✺ o Chief Joseph dies. 29 —————————————————— Glossary chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God conscience (CAHN shunce) — the part of a person that knows the difference between right and wrong elder (ELL dur) — older expedition (ecks peh DIH shun) — a trip to explore, or a journey with some other purpose Native Americans (NAY tiv uh MARE ih canz) — those who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Nez Perce (nehz PURS or nehz pur SAY) — a tribe of Native Americans that lived in what is now Idaho and Oregon reservation (rehz ur VAY shun) — land where Native Americans were told they had to live settlers (SET lurz) — people who move to a new land to live there treaty (TREE tee) — a paper that people sign that says they agree to something tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans warriors (WAHR ee urz) — great fighters in battle o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading McAuliffe, Bill.

1855 Joseph the Elder agrees to move his tribe to a reservation. ✺ 1860s ✺ Gold Rush. 1871 ✺ Joseph the Elder dies, and Joseph the Younger becomes chief. ✺ The United States says Wallowa Valley belongs to Native Americans. S. soldiers. C. 1885 Native Americans leave Idaho to return west. ✺ 1904 ✺ o Chief Joseph dies. 29 —————————————————— Glossary chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God conscience (CAHN shunce) — the part of a person that knows the difference between right and wrong elder (ELL dur) — older expedition (ecks peh DIH shun) — a trip to explore, or a journey with some other purpose Native Americans (NAY tiv uh MARE ih canz) — those who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Nez Perce (nehz PURS or nehz pur SAY) — a tribe of Native Americans that lived in what is now Idaho and Oregon reservation (rehz ur VAY shun) — land where Native Americans were told they had to live settlers (SET lurz) — people who move to a new land to live there treaty (TREE tee) — a paper that people sign that says they agree to something tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans warriors (WAHR ee urz) — great fighters in battle o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading McAuliffe, Bill.

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