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Bosque Redondo; an American concentration camp

Lynn Robison Bailey

Bosque Redondo; an American concentration camp

by Lynn Robison Bailey

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Published by Socio-Technical Books in Pasadena, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Navajo Indians -- History.,
  • Fort Sumner (N.M.),
  • Bosque Redondo Indian Reservation.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [159]-167.

    Statementby Lynn R. Bailey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF804.S8 B3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p.
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17754824M

    Most of the Navajo men, women and children never participated in the conflicts but suffered as a result. As the Civil War ended in New Mexico, General James H. Carleton ordered the army scout Kit Carson to lead the extra American troops on hand in to capture and march the Navajos to Bosque Redondo, a desolate spot south of Santa Rosa.   Reading Anne Frank helped me start learning about Jews specifically the Bosque Redondo concentration camp, where the U.S. military imprisoned 9, Navajo and Apache. Between and

      He studied the plans of Bosque Redondo, the concentration camp where over 8, Navajo men, women and children were sent after the Long Walk in According to, John Toland, Pulitzer Prize winning author, in his book Adolf Hitler (pg. ) wrote: “Hitler’s concept of concentration camps as well as the practicality of genocide owed much Author: Indian Country Today. During the Long Walk, Navajos traveled more than miles by foot to an internment camp on the Pecos River, the Bosque Redondo reservation next to the military outpost of Fort Sumner.

    In short, the presidency of Abraham Lincoln wasn’t a great time to be Native American. 2 Overseeing A Concentration Camp. It wasn’t just Native Americans who got to experience death camps during the Lincoln years. Welcome to Camp Douglas—the sort of place for which the phrase “hell on Earth” was coined. If you were a Confederate troop. The signing of the treaty is celebrated every year on June 1. This year to honor the th anniversary, the treaty will travel to the Navajo Nation Museum in .


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Hitler’s Inspiration and Guide: The Native American Holocaust and northwestern New Mexico to an internment camp in Bosque Redondo, which Author: Lia Mandelbaum. BOSQUE REDONDO B eginning inthe U.S.

Army forcibly relocated thou-sands of Navajo men, women and children from their homeland in present-day northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico to the Bosque Redondo Indian Reservation at Fort Sumner, a distance of about miles.

Hundreds died en route, in particular the very old and the File Size: 3MB. Bosque Redondo Memorial, Fort Sumner: See 59 reviews, articles, and 45 photos of Bosque Redondo Memorial, ranked No.2 on Tripadvisor among 5 attractions in Fort Sumner/5(59).

Comment: As I said, I debated someone on whether Bosque Redondo qualified as a concentration camp. Answer: Yes, it does. The posting above reads like a newspaper article copied from somewhere.

There's no source for the claim that the Nazis used Bosque Redondo as a model for Auschwitz and the other death camps. Concentration camps were not an invention by the Nazis nor the Germans.

Of course the use of concentration camps by the Nazis is the most famously known and the one conducted on the largest scale in history, but they weren't the first in the w.

After the civil war the USA set up a concentration camp for Native Americans, which held aro people. They had them march about miles to a /5(59). Author of The long walk, Bosque Redondo; an American concentration camp, Henry Clay Hooker and the Sierra Bonita, Old reliable, From adze to vermilion, We'll all wear silk hats, Bisbee, queen of the copper camps, Indian slave trade in the Southwest.

Hotels near Bosque Redondo Memorial: ( km) Billy the Kid Country Inn ( km) La Mesa Motel ( km) Coronado Motel ( km) Best Western Santa Rosa Inn ( km) Super 8 by Wyndham Fort Sumner; View all hotels near Bosque Redondo Memorial on Tripadvisor/5(59).

Reading this book would spark my interest in attempting to understand how humanity could allow genocide to happen. of America’s Indians – specifically the Bosque Redondo concentration camp. A supposed remnant of the Long Walk from Bosque Redondo, a rug called Woven Sorrow, figures prominently as a valuable antique in the plot of The Shape Shifter by Tony Hillerman, published in The story of the forced relocation is the setting of the youth fiction novel The Girl Who Chased Away Sorrow, written in by Ann Turner.

Starting in the Spring ofof the Diné (Navajo) people were marched miles to the internment camp in Bosque Redondo. By the Spring ofapproximately 8, Diné and Author: Jillian Ada Burrows. The “Long Walk of the Navajo,” also known as the Bosque Redondo, was the January deportation and ethnic cleansing of the Navajo Indians who were forced at gunpoint by the U.S.

Army to walk more than miles from their ancestral lands in northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico to a concentration camp known as Bosque Redondo.

This study, a more objective evaluation than Lynn Bailey's Bosque Redondo, an American Concentration Camp (), is based on solid research, and it is well written, adequately documented, and enhanced with fine illustrations and an index.

It is mainly for the scholar although the interested general reader will appreciate the stories of life. The Last Stage to Bosque Redondo is set at Bosque Redondo, America’s first all-Indian concentration camp in the s.

The U.S. The U.S. Army tried to eradicate the Navajo Nation. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of The long walk, Indian slave trade in the Southwest, Indian slave trade in the Southwest, Bosque Redondo; an American concentration camp, From adze to vermilion, Bisbee, queen of the copper camps, Old reliable, We'll all wear.

Bailey, Lynn R. Bosque Redondo: An American Concentration Camp. Pasadena: Socio-Technical Books, pp. [This was the reservation near Fort Sumner in eastern New Mexico to which most of the Navajo Indians were moved from western New Mexico in and to suppress for all time years of Navajo raiding and warfare.] Killer of Witches is a powerful story; it is the other side of Apache history, lived by a people fighting the tsunami of westward migration and drawn from the deep terrors of their supernatural beliefs.

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tossing its military might in against the Axis powers, Hitler had a well-known obsession with all things American, from Coca-Cola to Mickey Mouse. And although we tend to think of Nazi Germany as the very Author: Bouncehouse.