Albert Owl King, Cherry Creek 1922

Albert Owl King

Albert Owl King p.2


  1. gbaugh said,

    January 5, 2010 at 7:55 pm

    Cows milked 0 chickens 0
    Seven people and no chickens or cows?

    What is an I.I M from rosebud?

    Citizen No- Can’t even comment on that.

    Albert was an Indian politician.

    This was in 1922 whatever happened to that family?

    Gerardine Baugh

    • January 6, 2010 at 2:52 am

      Hey GB. Yeah, about those zero cows and chickens–something of an issue on the reservations where food is scarce–tough to keep people from consuming the animals provided to try to turn them into stockment/farmers/agricultural folks. As for the citizen issue–well, Indians were not ‘citizens’ of the US–unless deemed ‘competent’ –and that’s a whole other barrell of fun and games–as in deem them competent so that they can sell their land to some parties VERY interested in buying it…
      Indian Politician—such folks were generally not very popular with those trying to get them to WHITE asap. Embracing traditional Indian values/culture just wasn’t always too well received by the Agency Crews.
      I’ve not followed up on the Owl King family–but there may well still be relations on the reservation.

  2. contoveros said,

    January 5, 2010 at 3:49 am

    Jonas, a non-conformist, sounds like he didn’t particularly care for the new farmer in the district. Didn’t care too much for farming either, but I wonder if he knew the difference between American labor and the “European standards of industry?”

    And what could be the difference between European “force” and the “effect of force” our trusty government used in the good old US of A?

    An Indian Court? Any right to an appeal? How about a lawyer? That’s right. I forgot. The Constitution never applied to Indians, and counted the Blacks as what, three-fifths, of a human?

    • January 6, 2010 at 2:45 am

      Seems this ‘evaluation’ struck a few nerves, Contoveros. I am finding it very enlightening to learn how non-Indian folks react to these documents. In a way, commentary like yours is very heartening because it reveals how/why most of us would never endure nor condone such treatments of ourselves or others. Perhaps there’s some hope for our species yet….
      Thank you for taking the time to read and respond so candidly.
      shanti om

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Working toward a planet that doesn’t burn, a future that doesn’t suck

Agitate, Educate, and Organize ~OO~


Adaptation. Mitigation. Justice.

Lgambill48's Blog

a place for reflective expression.

Shechaim's News of the Day

The #MeToo movement?

Free Alabama Movement

National Movement Against Mass Incarceration and Prison Slavery

Books Can Save A Life

"Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive." Barry Lopez

The Greenery

Ideas That Grow and Bloom

The Case for Global Film

Films from everywhere and every era


Wellness Leadership Education

Tales from the Conspiratum

Warning: This site may contain conspiracies

Make No Bones About It

The Quest for the Truth

Beyond Extreme Energy

No new permits for fossil fuel infrastructure. Renewable energy NOW.

Mugilan Raju

Prime my subconscious, one hint at a time

Cheri Lucas Rowlands

Editor in Northern California. Interested in tiny things, nineties nostalgia, old jungle mixtapes, punctuation, and my cats. Not to be fed after midnight.

Interesting Literature

A Library of Literary Interestingness

Portraits of Wildflowers

Perspectives on Nature Photography

Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations

Reviews of Vintage Science Fiction (1950s to mid-1980s)

Cynthia Reyes

The blog of Canadian author Cynthia Reyes


Uniting the world, One Love at a time. :D

The Stay-at-home Scientist

Science, Gardening, Work-Life Balance

People Powered Machines

Our business is committed to saving energy, reducing emmissions and waste.


Just another site


". . . first hand coverage, second hand news"

Espen Stenersrød- From Pen To Heart

Jack Kerouac with a scent of Henry Vaughn

Army at Wounded Knee

A blog dedicated to documenting through primary sources, the Army's actions at Wounded Knee


Vague Meanderings of the Broke and Obscure


Essays and stories by Isaac Yuen

Red Wolf Journal

A literary compass for finding your voice..."You turn toward me, your lips move, wanting to speak."--Stephen Dobyns, "Wolves In The Street"


The poet can reach where the sun cannot. -HINDU PROVERBThe greatest site in all the land!


Working together to make the world a better place to live! A fine site

Spirit In Action

Change IS coming. WE can make it GOOD.

Rezinate's Blog

Just another site

Through the Peacock's Eyes

Insights for Spiritual Living


Living Mental Health Rehab in Israel

the zen space

a space for zen words

We Write Poems

a community of people reading & writing poems, moving words


Bringing Social Issues To The Forefront

R. L. Culpeper

Sapere Aude


For Peace On Earth In This Generation


You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.

Eléctrica in the Desert

News, photos, stories, and trouble from the borderland

%d bloggers like this: