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EUROPEAN COLONIZATION

1452 The Doctrine of Discovery

VIDEO: CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE OF DISCOVERY: by Steve Newcomb Published on Feb. 2, 2016, Steven Newcomb, Author of Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery" addresses the Spotlight of Indigenous Peoples plenary at the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah on Oct. 19.

1765 Dominguez & Escalante Discover 'The Timpanogos Nation'

1831 Ezra Booth Letters

1839 John L. O'Sullivan on Manifest Destiny

EVENTS THAT LED TO UTAHS' BLACK HAWK WAR

Utah Black Hawk War Timeline : Detailed timeline of "Utah Indian Wars" with the Timpanogos Nation, from 1847 to 1978.

1847-1919 Timpanogos Leader Antonga Black Hawk Biography, detailing the circumstances that led to the Black Hawk War.

1849-50 Battle Creek & Fort Utah Massacres

1850 The Extermination Order of the Timpanogos Nation

1853 The Walker War

1854 Brigham Young His "Proper Way To Treat The Indians" 

1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre

BLACK HAWK WAR PERIOD

THE UTAH BLACK HAWK WAR; A Detailed Synopsis 1847 - 1873. A detailed synopsis of the Utah Black Hawk War, the extermination of the Timpanogos Nation, and Mormon colonization led by Brigham Young.

1865 Grass Valley Massacre

1865 The Spanish Fork Treaty 

1866 Circleville Massacre

1866 Black Hawk Mortally Wounded at Gravely Ford

1866 The Old Peace Treaty Tree

1866 Spanish Fork Diamond Creek Battle

1870 The Death Of Antonga Black Hawk

1873 MEMORIAL OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF UTAH "Memorial of the Legislative Assembly of Utah" was prepared by the Legislature of Utah in 1873 and sent to the United States Congress. It is a bill asking Congress for reimbursement of expenses incurred by Brigham Young's private militia, the Nauvoo Legion, to remove the Indian population in Utah.

Post War Period

1919 Black Hawk's Grave Robbed

1996 Examination Of Chief Black Hawk's Remains

The Timpanogos Nation Official Website

The 'Timpanogos Ute' Oxymoron The Timpanogos are not Utes and never were.

FACTS OF THE BLACK HAWK WAR

The Utah Black Hawk War Legacy Utah's most tragic legacy

In Remembrance of Timpanogos Leaders and Warriors

Congressional Acts Governing First Nations The government designed these Congressional Acts to take away the reservations and assimilate Native Americans into white man's culture. "Kill the Indian and save the man."

General Topics

Learning Native Ways:

Native American Protocols and Ethics

Truth In Education For All

Home Of The Mayan Phillip B Gottfredson spent six months living with the Maya in San Pedro, Guatemala.

RUSSEL MEANS

Author: Phillip B Gottfredson

 Black Hawk's Mission of Peace Author Phillip B Gottfredson MENU About The Book: Phillip B Gottfredson shares an intimate perspective of the Timpanogos peoples of Utah and the Black Hawk War of Utah from 1849 to 1873 in his debut Native American history book titled “My Journey to Understand ... BLACK HAWK'S MISSION OF PEACE” (published by Archway Publishing from Simon & Schuster).

Bio and Source Material

Phillip B Gottfredson's BIO and Source material

Archive A random collection of unedited articles and notes Gottfredson wrote while on his journey-of-discovery throughout North and South America, while learning the life-ways of Native Americans.

National Museum of the American Indian where Gottfredson began his research journey.

VIDEOS & PODCASTS

The following video & Podcast collection has been assembled to help further our understanding of the Native American perspective and the Black Hawk War in Utah.

THE BLACK HAWK WAR: UTAH'S FORGOTTEN TRAGEDY

Bear River Massacre Memorial 155th Anniversary January 29, 2018

NEW PODCAST Mary Murdock Meyer Chief Executive of the Timpanogos Nation, and Phillip B Gottfredson live podacst with host Jay Winter Nightwolf in a candid conversation about the Timpanogos Nation and the Black Hawk War of Utah.

PETER GOTTFREDSON (author of Indian Depredations in Utah 1919)

Much of the material found on this website comes from Peter Gottfredson who lived with the Timpanogos during the Black Hawk War. Peter is a great-grandfather of Phillip B Gottfredson.

Indian Depredations in Utah Author Peter Gottfredson MENUPeter Gottfredson's Book Indian Depredations In Utah.

Peter's Autobiography

Peter In The Indian Camps

EXCERPTS from the book Indian Depredations In Utah

Eulogy to Peter Gottfredson 1934

Veterans of the Utah Black Hawk War

BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF PETER GOTTFREDSON

SALT LAKE TRIBUNE ARTICLE by historian Will Bagley

Misc..

PROMISES BARAK OBAMA HAS MADE TO THE AMERICAN INDIAN PEOPLE

The Land Of The Lamanites

The Danites

MAPS

1866 Map of the Black Hawk War See where the battles took place during the war. Phillip never finished this map, but has some good information.

Tribal Locations in America Past and Present Map