Professor of History at the College?
Our teacher makes the whole world in all classes on its sign here to answer questions at least 5 week (with reason), while prolific answer if we can find one of his bad answer we get automatic B. I went to ask some nothing, but I thought it would be safer to ask questions about an old saying. Who, if anyone says "The only good Indian is a" dead Indian? (This is not John Wayne)! The teacher is nice, it has changed to an Indian a Yankee, in fact everything that was said and who claims he invented a Confederate soldier. Who invented Sgt pump, Henderson 6 VA NVA artillery who invented the cure for smallpox Lieutenant A. Wilson Medical Corp, the Army of Tennessee? Although it makes no grace when the Dean of the School of Radio, irrespective of race and sex all keep doing is hilarious!
The origins of words – the only good Indian Abuot is a dead Indian history and origins behind the famous phrase of good Indian is a dead Indian. Stories behind the sayings of the famous saying: the only good Indian is a dead Indian. Who said: When General Philip Sheridan: 1869 The story behind the majority is as follows: in January 1869, General Sheridan held 50 conference with Indian chiefs at Fort Cobb in the so-called Indian Territory (later part of Oklahoma). At that time, Sheridan, who had been recognized as an agent Union in the Civil War, was in charge of the Department Missouri. One of their tasks was to oversee the territory of India, ensuring that the Indians remained in their reserves and not to harass the white settlers. When Comanche Chief Toch-a-way has been introduced to Sheridan in the conference, the Indian said: "Me Toch-a-way, me good Indian." Sheridan would have smiled and said: "The only good Indians I ever saw were dead." Later, the commentary became "The only good Indian is an Indian death. "
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