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Holy Bible Audio: New Testament

Holy Bible Audio: Matthew 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Mark 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Luke 1 to 24 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: John 1 to 21 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: The Acts Of The Apostles 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporany English)


Holy Bible Audio: Romans - Chapters 1 to 16 (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 1st Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 2nd Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Galatians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Ephesians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Phillipians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s Letter to the Colossians 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporary English) 

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 5 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Timothy Chapters 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Timothy Chapters 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Titus Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Philemon Chapter 1 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Hebrews Chapters 1 to 13 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: James - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 3 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Jude - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Book of Revelation - Full (Contemporary English)

by Em Espírito e em Verdade

THE FALSE GOSPEL OF ACCOMMODATION-ADJUSTING THE GOSPEL TO FIT OUR OWN DESIRES NOT GOD’SMUST LISTEN – David Wilkerson – Last Days Deception:


Holy Bible Audio: Old Testament Books Of Wisdom

The Book Of Job _Chapters 1 - 42 From The Holy Bible

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 1-25

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 26-50

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 51-75

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 76-100

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 101-126

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 126-150

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 1-20

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 21-31

Audio bible book of Ecclesiastes chapter 1-12

Audio bible book of Song of Songs chapter 1-8

The Wisdom of Solomon - Entire Book (The Book of Wisdom) - Open Captioned

Sirach, Entire Book - 00 - 51 (Ecclesiasticus; Ben Sira; Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach

THE FALSE GOSPEL OF ACCOMMODATION-ADJUSTING THE GOSPEL TO FIT OUR OWN DESIRES NOT GOD’SMUST LISTEN – David Wilkerson – Last Days Deception:

New Testament - Matthew - Mark - Luke - John - Acts - Romans - 1 Corinthians - 2 Corinthians - Galatians - Ephesians -Philippians - Colossians - 1 Thessalonians -  2 Thessalonians - 1 Timothy - 2 Timothy - Titus - Philemon - Hebrews - James - 1 Peter - 2 Peter - 1 John - 2 John - 3 John - Jude - Revelation


Old Testament - Genesis - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - 1 Samuel - 2 Samuel - 1 Kings - 2 Kings - 1 Chronicles - 2 Chronicles - Ezra - Nehemiah - Esther - Job - Psalms - Proverbs - Ecclesiastes - Song of Solomon - Isaiah - Jeremiah - Lamentations - Ezekiel - Daniel - Hosea - Joel - Amos - Obadiah - Jonah - Micah - Nahum -Habakkuk - Zephaniah - Haggai - Zechariah - Malachi

 

*For The Very Latest Daily Messages From Heaven!

Matthew 23:37 “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing.

1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies...!

Todays Gospel Readings


1. Holy Love Messages – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…   Holy Love is the two great Commandments of Love – to love God above all else and to love neighbor as self.

2. After The Warning Messages  – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not 
Despise Prophecies…

3. Messages To Pastor Enoch  – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not
Despise Prophecies…

4. THE LIGHT OF MARY – LUZ DE MARÍA’S – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

5. Messages To Jabez Tenderheart, Shalom – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

6. Messages To John Leary – Jesus said: – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

7. DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB – CHILDREN OF THE RENEWAL MESSAGES – 1  Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not DespiseProphecies…

8. DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB – HOLY FAMILY REFUGE MESSAGES – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not DespiseProphecies…

9. Bayside Prophecies in the News! – Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI Were Fully Aware and Believed Our Lady of the Roses’ Messages at Bayside! – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…  

Directive from Heaven -  #3 - COMMUNION IN THE HAND...   Read more...  PDF File...  List of all Directives...  11-6-15

10. Todays Gospel Readings

Gospel John 20: 22-23 – 22 And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. 23 Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.”

11.  *How to drive Father crazy in the confessional* LINKS

Gospel John 20: 22-23 – 22 And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. 23 Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.”

12. About Father Melvin Doucette – In contemplative prayer every morning, Fr. Melvin Doucette receives by interior locution “messages from heaven” to share with the public since 1999.

13. Host: Pastor Butch Paugh All listed Times are Central Time (CT) Mon-Fri: 8:00pm-9:00pm Call In Line: 855-242-8824 24 Hour Listen Line: 605-477-5275  -  It's A Call To Decision!  Click Here!  

14. Nathan Leal of Watchman’s Cry - A Herald To Prepare! Repent And Change Your Life, For The Kingdom Of God Is At Hand!  Click Here!

 15. The Warning Second Coming - Prophetic Messages for the Second Coming of Christ!  Click Here!  &/or

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01-07-2017 7:39:07 AM CST

By Ray Gano  Don’t Make Yourself A Target For Predators – Be Ready – Be Aware 

 
I DIDN'T REALIZE RAY WAS ADVOCATING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. I DO NOT SUPPORT THAT, ON THE SAME HAND, WE DO HAVE THE GOD GIVEN RIGHT TO DEFEND OUR OWN LIVES, AND THE LIVES OF OTHERS, USING LETHAL FORCE IF NECESSARY. IF OURS PRECIOUS LIVES OR THE PRECIOUS LIVES OF  OTHERS ARE AT RISK. THEN DELIVERING A DEADLY BLOW TO PROTECT INNOCENT LIVES IS OK.
THE TEACHINGS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH CONCERNING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT ARE, FROM MY UNDERSTANDING; ONLY IF THE CRIMINAL POSES A SERIOUS THREAT TO THE GENERAL POPULATION AND CANNOT BE KEPT AWAY, AS IN LOCKED AWAY, CHAINED, ETC... THEN FOR THE GOOD AND SAFETY OF THE GENERAL POPULATION, CAPITAL PUNISHMENT WOULD BE JUST AND JUSTIFIED.
 

 


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Holy Bible Audio: New Testament

Holy Bible Audio: Matthew 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Mark 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Luke 1 to 24 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: John 1 to 21 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: The Acts Of The Apostles 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporany English)


Holy Bible Audio: Romans - Chapters 1 to 16 (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 1st Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 2nd Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Galatians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Ephesians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Phillipians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s Letter to the Colossians 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporary English) 

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 5 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Timothy Chapters 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Timothy Chapters 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Titus Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Philemon Chapter 1 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Hebrews Chapters 1 to 13 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: James - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 3 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Jude - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Book of Revelation - Full (Contemporary English)

by Em Espírito e em Verdade

THE FALSE GOSPEL OF ACCOMMODATION-ADJUSTING THE GOSPEL TO FIT OUR OWN DESIRES NOT GOD’SMUST LISTEN – David Wilkerson – Last Days Deception:


Holy Bible Audio: Old Testament Books Of Wisdom

The Book Of Job _Chapters 1 - 42 From The Holy Bible

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 1-25

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 26-50

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 51-75

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 76-100

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 101-126

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 126-150

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 1-20

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 21-31

Audio bible book of Ecclesiastes chapter 1-12

Audio bible book of Song of Songs chapter 1-8

The Wisdom of Solomon - Entire Book (The Book of Wisdom) - Open Captioned

Sirach, Entire Book - 00 - 51 (Ecclesiasticus; Ben Sira; Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach

THE FALSE GOSPEL OF ACCOMMODATION-ADJUSTING THE GOSPEL TO FIT OUR OWN DESIRES NOT GOD’SMUST LISTEN – David Wilkerson – Last Days Deception:

New Testament - Matthew - Mark - Luke - John - Acts - Romans - 1 Corinthians - 2 Corinthians - Galatians - Ephesians -Philippians - Colossians - 1 Thessalonians -  2 Thessalonians - 1 Timothy - 2 Timothy - Titus - Philemon - Hebrews - James - 1 Peter - 2 Peter - 1 John - 2 John - 3 John - Jude - Revelation


Old Testament - Genesis - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - 1 Samuel - 2 Samuel - 1 Kings - 2 Kings - 1 Chronicles - 2 Chronicles - Ezra - Nehemiah - Esther - Job - Psalms - Proverbs - Ecclesiastes - Song of Solomon - Isaiah - Jeremiah - Lamentations - Ezekiel - Daniel - Hosea - Joel - Amos - Obadiah - Jonah - Micah - Nahum -Habakkuk - Zephaniah - Haggai - Zechariah - Malachi

 

*For The Very Latest Daily Messages From Heaven!

Matthew 23:37 “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing.

1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies...!

Todays Gospel Readings


1. Holy Love Messages – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…   Holy Love is the two great Commandments of Love – to love God above all else and to love neighbor as self.

2. After The Warning Messages  – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not 
Despise Prophecies…

3. Messages To Pastor Enoch  – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not
Despise Prophecies…

4. THE LIGHT OF MARY – LUZ DE MARÍA’S – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

5. Messages To Jabez Tenderheart, Shalom – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

6. Messages To John Leary – Jesus said: – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

7. DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB – CHILDREN OF THE RENEWAL MESSAGES – 1  Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not DespiseProphecies…

8. DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB – HOLY FAMILY REFUGE MESSAGES – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not DespiseProphecies…

9. Bayside Prophecies in the News! – Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI Were Fully Aware and Believed Our Lady of the Roses’ Messages at Bayside! – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…  

Directive from Heaven -  #3 - COMMUNION IN THE HAND...   Read more...  PDF File...  List of all Directives...  11-6-15

10. Todays Gospel Readings

Gospel John 20: 22-23 – 22 And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. 23 Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.”

11.  *How to drive Father crazy in the confessional* LINKS

Gospel John 20: 22-23 – 22 And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. 23 Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.”

12. About Father Melvin Doucette – In contemplative prayer every morning, Fr. Melvin Doucette receives by interior locution “messages from heaven” to share with the public since 1999.

13. Host: Pastor Butch Paugh All listed Times are Central Time (CT) Mon-Fri: 8:00pm-9:00pm Call In Line: 855-242-8824 24 Hour Listen Line: 605-477-5275  -  It's A Call To Decision!  Click Here!  

14. Nathan Leal of Watchman’s Cry - A Herald To Prepare! Repent And Change Your Life, For The Kingdom Of God Is At Hand!  Click Here!

 15. The Warning Second Coming - Prophetic Messages for the Second Coming of Christ!  Click Here!  &/or  Click Here!


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01-07-2017 5:38:29 AM CST

Don’t Make Yourself A Target For Predators – Be Ready – Be Aware

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ray-gano-medBy Ray Gano

By now we have all heard about the for black thug low-lifes who kidnapped a handicapped kid and beat and tortured him for close to 48 hours.

This is sickening and it would not upset me in the least to see these four taking to the center of town and a public hanging take place.

These four sub-humans are out and out predators. They prey on the weak and what is sickening is that they enjoyed it.

This is why these individuals are sub-human and demon possessed. They abducted a person who was not able to protect himself, nor understood how to be situationally aware. They are the perfect definition of a predator.

Yes, this is what our society has created and this is what we now need to keep an eye out for, predators like this.

That means that we need to start improving our situational awareness and be ahead of the game when predators are in the vicinity.

One of your best weapons against the predator is being aware of him / her. See, predators are cowards. They usually act in packs and there is usually an alpha dog who is the leader. The alpha will always sends in a beta dog to test the victim. If the beta dog can handle it, the rest of the pack might come in, but if the beta is taken out, the pack flees.

The key is constantly watching out for suspicious people. Believe it or not, by you having your radar on high, predators will most likely leave you alone. They do not want a fight, they want easy prey. So, if you look like you know what is going on around you, the predator will tend to choose another victim that is weaker and not as aware.

Survival Means Developing Situational Awareness

Situational awareness is something that you need to practice and basically you can cultivate it by generally keeping tabs on your surroundings. This was drilled into me when I served in Special Ops. We were told to always “Check your six” – meaning to keep an eye on what is happening behind you. Whenever I go into a restaurant or someplace where I am seated, I like “keeping my back to the wall” with the doors in sight as well as knowing alternate exits.

Seems like a lot to remember and being a tad paranoid helps. So, to help you develop this, here are some things that I do and teach my students.

1 – OODA Loop = Observe, Orient, Decide, Act  – This is the key to situational awareness. By observing your surroundings, orienting yourself to entries, exits, choke points – Decide what you are going to do and then take action.

Example. I am coming out of Walmart. I am pushing a cart. I tend to park towards the back where I can put space between my car and others. I walk down the middle of the parking isle where most people will either stick to one side of the parked cars or the other. By walking in the middle of the road, you are less of a target.

As I am walking I am constantly scanning the area looking to ambush points. If I see one I will either pick up speed or avoid that are by moving more to one side or the other.

Once I get to my car, if there is another car parked by it I will take a wide swing so that I can take in as much visual information as possible checking out the car next to mine. IF there is someone in that car, I go into a higher alert status, maybe keep my hand close to a weapon and be ready for an attack.

If my wife is with me, I will usually have her open the back of the car, put stuff in as I maintain security. I will then have her take the cart back and I will watch her so that she is a safe distance and then I will get in the car and pick her up at the front door area. This allows her to avoid coming close to the suspected car and the potential attacker that is in the vehicle.

Through this entire process, I am constantly doing the OODA Loop – Observe, Orient, Decide, Act. – Repeat. The repeat part is why it is a loop. You constantly take in information, make a decision and then act.

2- Learn to Predict Events – As your Situational Awareness grows and getting better, you will start noticing the ability to project / predict possible situations around you.

OODA-LOOPBy running your OODA Loop over and over, your brain will start taking this information and begin to “think ahead.” It (your brain) takes in the information, determines if there is a danger, possible danger or determine that there is no danger at all.

Basically, what your brain is doing is processing “cause and effect” and predict an accurate outcome. You are not seeing into the future, your attention to detail is getting better, thus know what will happen in the next second or two based on that attention to detail.

3 – Trust Your Instinct / Feelings – God has put into us a sixth sense where you just know that you know something is not right. Pay attention to that, do not blow it off thinking that you are just imagining something. Ignoring a gut feeling that things are not right can cause you to lose proper situational awareness. This clue is one of the most reliable because the body is able to detect stimulus long before we have consciously put it all together. This is part of “predicting events” – listening to your gut and then getting the heck out of dodge.

4 – Identify Elements Around You – When developing your Situational Awareness it is important  to identify elements within your environment. Remember the parked car that I talked about earlier? When we got out of our car there was no vehicle around. If you remember I stated that I like parking towards the back of the lot. When we returned I instantly asked myself “why is there a car parked next to mine? By identifying elements that are around you, you will start to then identify the threats and possible threats.

Now, take this a step further and start including objects, events, people and any other environmental factors. Start paying attention to locations, conditions and actions of the elements around you.

All of these steps sound like it’s a lot, but believe it or not, you probably do a lot of this already, but it is more subconscious thinking than being Situationally Alert. These skills that I have discussed here you are already using them on a daily basis. What you need to do is use them more and become cognoscente of what you are doing. That cognoscente behavior is Situational Awareness.

Survival Means Having A Weapon/s So You Can Defend Yourself

More and more states are coming on board with concealed carry, i.e. carrying a gun to protect yourself.

I don’t want to cover that here, but I have written an entire article on titled “My Gun Line-up – You can read it here – http://raygano.com/my-gun-lineup/

But if you find yourself in a situation it is very wise of you to carry not just one weapon, but carry multiple weapons on you at the same time.

Everyday I usually have 2-3 weapons on me and if I am going to the big city, I have 4-5.

This was my Every Day Carry (EDC) when I lived in Texas

Here are the weapons that I HIGHLY recommend that you get and arm yourself with.

pepper-gelPolice Grade Pepper Foam & Gel – In many of my articles I recommend SABRE Red Pepper Foam as a first form of defense type weapon. It is inexpensive enough where you can purchase 2-3 cans so that you place some in areas ready to use like in the car, in your pocket / purse, on a key chain, on your belt, etc.

NOW… why foam?

First – If you are outdoors and there is a slight breeze, you will not have the liquid pepper spray blow back in your direction.

Second – the foam is sticky and when it makes contact it instantly melts. This has about an 8 – 10 foot range and can spray multiple targets with this foam.

SABRE Pepper Foam – http://amzn.to/2fovQYi

Another solution and something that will give you more distance between you and the thugs is SABRE Pepper Gel. Like the foam, the gel sprays and does not blow back if there is a breeze going. Also, because it is a gel, it will shoot further than the foam and has a range of 18 feet. Another plus with this is that SABRE includes a belt holster that you can wear and always be prepared. Like the foam, it has good control factor and will not have liquid mist floating in the air.

SABRE Pepper Gel – http://amzn.to/2i3yKBj

 

Cold Steel Ti-Lite Zytel 6” – I have written about this knife in some of my other articles. ti-lite-closedThis is probably my #1 go to fighting weapon / knife.

PRO – I like that you can carry this in your hand and it doubles as a kubaton. It is large enough to really do some damage without even deploying the knife. This can be used to control a person sitting in a pew by applying pressure techniques used with the kubaton.

PRO – The quillion, the little hook at the base of the knife blade, also is a very mean weapon in and of itself, The rough thumb grooves on the quillion will do damage if you use this as a kubaton. You can hook a chin, rip an eye, do a number of kubaton moves where the quillion will do some major extra damage.

cold-steel-ti-lite-ray-gano-edcPRO – You can deploy the knife as it is pulled out of the pocket by “snagging” the quillion on the pocket edge. This is a move that needs to be practiced as well, but you will have a great tactical advantage just taking the knife out of your pocket and it deploying as you remove it.

PRO – With some practice, you can learn to flick open this knife one handed. So, if you are using it in a kubaton style, it is nothing to flick it in the process of a swing or block and deploy the 6” razor sharp blade.

NOTE – this knife is literally a “pocket sword” it is a good 13 inches long and will give you some good distance between you and the attacker. Because this is such a large knife, check your local laws to make sure it is carry legal.

PRO – Cost – ON SALE – $48.88 w/ free shipping

Cold Steel Ti-Lite 6″ – http://tinyurl.com/pz-cs-ti-lite-6inch
Streetwise POLICE FORCE 9,200,000 Volt TACTICAL Stun Gun Flashlight – This is a great stun gun. It is smaller in diameter, so it is easily concealed and also made to look like a flashlight. It small enough to conceal and keep in the hand without it being obvious that you have a stun gun in your hand. So it is an excellent weapon that you can carry deployed while walking around and people will not take much notice of it.

streetwise-stungunAnother great point about this stun gun is that it fits the budget. It runs around $25 – $30 dollars and at this price, you can purchase several of these so that both you and your spouse has one on them.

This also has a good lanyard on it so that if you do lose your grip, it will not fall to the ground and you can easily bring it back into your hand.

PRO – Slim, small and easily concealed

PRO – 9,000,000 volts and rechargeable – that is a lot of volts you will send through a person

Streetwise POLICE FORCE 9,200,000 Volt TACTICAL Stun Gun  – http://tinyurl.com/PZ-Streetwise-Stun-Light

There are other weapons that you and your team can look into like collapsible batons, fighting sticks, saps, ect. The negative is that with some of these weapons, you need to check your local laws in using them. Weapons like the collapsible baton are against the law to use in many states.


Uzi Tactical Pen – Folks, I love this pen and I have owned this for over 7 years. Back then I bought it for around $14.00. The price today is $22.00 and it is still a great purchase. It has some nice weight but not too heavy and really fits nicely in my hand. You can fill it with any sort of ink cartage. I personally like the .07 gel ink cartage because I like a thicker line when I write.

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The great thing is that I have carried this in airports and other “secure” areas and it has never been taken from me. Heck, even it is does, I just buy another one off of amazon. This is truly a worth while pen and a great weapon to have on hand.

UZI Tactical Pen – http://amzn.to/2hWmaAo

Got Weapons – Now Start Training

Having weapons is great, but if we do not train, we will not be able to fight if we are called to do so. We need to be ready and the best way is to train. Get out and train pulling out your pepper spray. Practice taking out the TI-Lite knife and using it as a fist weapon. Find a punching bag or make one with some rice filled in a few pillow cases. Once you have that, hang it up somewhere against a wall and start punching.

wing-chun-punching-bagIn fact, here is the punching bag I have.

The Wing Chun Punching Canvas Wall Bag with Striking Surface 3-section

This is a very well built bag. Once you get it you can either fill it with sand or with what they recommend, rice. The leather pads also help protect the hand from getting all marred up like you normally do when working with canvas.

Once you have it filled, go hang it up on a wall and start punching away.

This is great training and you will be amazed at the arm strength you attain just by punching the bag daily.

This bag is only $36.00 and shipping is free. Not a bad deal at all for the quality you are getting.

Wing Chun Punching Bag – http://amzn.to/2gkkt31

Conclusion

These four sub-human dirtbag thugs are in existence because we have allowed it by enabling them and empowering them.

Like it or not, they have become bullies and how you fight the bully is pushing back and getting in their face.

A lot of times if you stand up to the bully, they will back down, or you take out the leader and the rest will back off.

You do this by being situationally aware, which makes you ready and not backing down.

We need to pull on the big boy / girl panties and stop allowing these degenerate kids thinking that acting like spoiled brats is ok.

It is time to pull out the pepper spray, knife, stun gun and if we have to, don’t be afraid to use it. If one of these bully thugs get in you face, be ready and take them out.

If enough of us stand up and let them know we are not going to take this sort of behavior any more and set boundaries, then we will see the predators start being more cautious instead of having the free rein that they have today.

It is time to start pushing back, showing our teeth and letting them feel our bite.

 


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12-25-2016 3:14:06 AM CST

Holy Bible Audio: New Testament

Holy Bible Audio: Matthew 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Mark 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Luke 1 to 24 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: John 1 to 21 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: The Acts Of The Apostles 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporany English)


Holy Bible Audio: Romans - Chapters 1 to 16 (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 1st Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 2nd Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Galatians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Ephesians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Phillipians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s Letter to the Colossians 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporary English) 

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 5 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Timothy Chapters 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Timothy Chapters 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Titus Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Philemon Chapter 1 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Hebrews Chapters 1 to 13 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: James - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 3 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Jude - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Book of Revelation - Full (Contemporary English)

by Em Espírito e em Verdade

THE FALSE GOSPEL OF ACCOMMODATION-ADJUSTING THE GOSPEL TO FIT OUR OWN DESIRES NOT GOD’SMUST LISTEN – David Wilkerson – Last Days Deception:


Holy Bible Audio: Old Testament Books Of Wisdom

The Book Of Job _Chapters 1 - 42 From The Holy Bible

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 1-25

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 26-50

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 51-75

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 76-100

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 101-126

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 126-150

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 1-20

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 21-31

Audio bible book of Ecclesiastes chapter 1-12

Audio bible book of Song of Songs chapter 1-8

The Wisdom of Solomon - Entire Book (The Book of Wisdom) - Open Captioned

Sirach, Entire Book - 00 - 51 (Ecclesiasticus; Ben Sira; Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach

THE FALSE GOSPEL OF ACCOMMODATION-ADJUSTING THE GOSPEL TO FIT OUR OWN DESIRES NOT GOD’SMUST LISTEN – David Wilkerson – Last Days Deception:

New Testament - Matthew - Mark - Luke - John - Acts - Romans - 1 Corinthians - 2 Corinthians - Galatians - Ephesians -Philippians - Colossians - 1 Thessalonians -  2 Thessalonians - 1 Timothy - 2 Timothy - Titus - Philemon - Hebrews - James - 1 Peter - 2 Peter - 1 John - 2 John - 3 John - Jude - Revelation


Old Testament - Genesis - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - 1 Samuel - 2 Samuel - 1 Kings - 2 Kings - 1 Chronicles - 2 Chronicles - Ezra - Nehemiah - Esther - Job - Psalms - Proverbs - Ecclesiastes - Song of Solomon - Isaiah - Jeremiah - Lamentations - Ezekiel - Daniel - Hosea - Joel - Amos - Obadiah - Jonah - Micah - Nahum -Habakkuk - Zephaniah - Haggai - Zechariah - Malachi


Jesus @ Holy Love June 7, 2015 – I never said the Bread of Life was a symbol or that the wine changed to My Blood was a symbol. Why do you change the rules? Read Matthew 26:26-28+ & John 6:52b-57++

PSALM 94:8 - Take notice, you senseless ones among the people; you fools, when will you become wise?

Matthew 7:6 “Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you do, they may trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces. (THE LIGHT OF MARY) 17 MAY 2015 –

James 4:17+ - Whoever knows what is right to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.

*There is no certainty in the world because of the unpredictable nature of man’s free will. Blessed Mother @ Holy Love December 4, 2013

(*) Romans 1:28, 32+ And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a base mind and to improper conduct. . . . Though they know God’s decree that those who do such things deserve to die, they not only do them but approve those who practice them. Jesus @ Holy Love June 5, 2015. (*) Read Romans 2:6-8+ Synopsis: God’s Judgment on those who do not submit to the Truth of God’s Laws (Commandments) will be wrath and indignation; but for those who are justified by following God’s Laws, they will receive life eternal. Jesus @ Holy Love June 5, 2015 (*) Romans 2:6-8+ – For He will render to every man according to his works: to those who by patience in well-doing seek for glory and honor and immortality, He will give eternal life; but for those who are factious and do not obey the Truth, but obey wickedness, there will be wrath and fury. . . . For it is not the hearers of the Law who are righteous before God, but the doers of the Law who will be justified. Jesus @ Holy Love June 5, 2015

Blessed Mother @ Holy Love June 8, 2015 – These are the times preceding the Apocalypse when Satan is strong in his assaults against Truth. (Holy Love, needs to be your solace during these most evil of times) – Read Ephesians 6:10-17+

About Father Melvin Doucette – In contemplative prayer every morning, Fr. Melvin Doucette receives by interior locution “messages from heaven” to share with the public since 1999.

1. Below you will find the message of Our Blessed Mother given to Father Melvin Oct. 3, 2015 – The Dangers of the Last Days!. She spoke to him these words, – “I love you My son Melvin and all My sons and daughters who follow the straight and narrow road that leads to paradise. Many though follow the main highway that leads to the sea of fire. LINKS

2. Saint Paul writes that there will be horrible things happening when the last days arrive. Indeed many would have rejected My Son Jesus and be totally self-centered and they will be lovers of money. Message of Our Blessed Mother given to Father Melvin DoucetteOct. 3,2015 – The Dangers of the Last Days!

3. They will also be proud, abusive, disobedient, irreligious, slanderous, licentious, brutal and hating all that is good. Message of Our Blessed Mother given to Father Melvin Doucette Oct. 3,2015 – The Dangers of the Last Days!

4. They will be chasing after pleasure, especially sexual pleasure. You are to reject these people. Message of Our Blessed Mother given to Father Melvin Doucette Oct. 3,2015 – The Dangers of the Last Days!

5. They will oppose the truth about My Son and will refuse to do what He has called them to do. Message of Our Blessed Mother given to Father Melvin Doucette Oct. 3,2015 – The Dangers of the Last Days!

6. No, My sons and daughters, do not follow these sinful people but follow My Son Jesus and Me, your Mother. I love you all and I am praying for you all the time. Be people of prayer and go to church regularly. If you do this you will be blessed and it will be My joy to welcome you to My home in heaven. I bless you all.” Message of Our Blessed Mother given to Father Melvin Doucette Oct. 3,2015 – The Dangers of the Last Days!

Holy Love Messages – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies… Holy Love is the two great Commandments of Love – to love God above all else and to love neighbor as self. Archived Messages 1993 Through 2015…

Books of the Bible in Canonical Order

Chants for the New Roman Missal Translation

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12-24-2015 3:02:50 AM CST

Apocalypse Damascus: Bombed-out houses and rubble for as far as the eye can see... this shattered landscape is all that remains of one suburb in Syria's capital

 

 

With rows of crumbling buildings stretching to the horizon and not a soul in sight, these apocalyptic scenes reveal the shocking legacy of the Syrian war.

Once home to spectacular ancient landmarks and a bustling population, the Damascus neighbourhood of Jobar now lies in ruins.

As this dramatic drone footage shows, all that remains are bombed-out homes, decaying concrete and deserted streets as far as the eye can see.

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Destruction, destruction, destruction: Bombed-out houses stretch to the horizon in a district of Damascus destroyed by the civil war

Destruction, destruction, destruction: Bombed-out houses stretch to the horizon in a district of Damascus destroyed by the civil war

Once home to spectacular ancient landmarks and a bustling population, the Damascus neighbourhood of Jobar now lies in ruins

Once home to spectacular ancient landmarks and a bustling population, the Damascus neighbourhood of Jobar now lies in ruins

The suburb has been the focus of heavy aerial bombardments and intense fighting between the Syrian army and rebels groups for more than two years.

Forces loyal to President Bashar Al Assad have made several attempts to retake Jobar, the latest coming in October.

 

But rebel groups have maintained the upper hand thanks to a vast network of underground tunnels which they use to hide and move around. 

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As this drone footage shows, all that remains are bombed-out homes, decaying concrete and deserted streets as far as the eye can see

As this drone footage shows, all that remains are bombed-out homes, decaying concrete and deserted streets as far as the eye can see

The suburb has been the focus of bombardments and intense fighting between the Syrian army rebels groups and for more than two years

The suburb has been the focus of bombardments and intense fighting between the Syrian army rebels groups and for more than two years

The area is strategically important because it is located next to the Abbasid Square roundabout which leads to the centre of the Syrian capital, it was reported by RT which obtained the aerial video footage.

Before the civil war broke out in 2011, the neighbourhood was home to 300,000 resident and boasted several ancient landmarks including the Jobar Jewish synagogue.

It also housed the Grand Jobar Mosque, the tomb of the Prophet Elijah and ancient baths built during Ottoman era. 

Gutted: Forces loyal to President Bashar Al Assad have made several attempts to retake Jobar, the latest coming in October

Gutted: Forces loyal to President Bashar Al Assad have made several attempts to retake Jobar, the latest coming in October

Rebel groups have maintained the upper hand thanks to a vast network of underground tunnels which they use to hide and move around

Rebel groups have maintained the upper hand thanks to a vast network of underground tunnels which they use to hide and move around

 



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12-24-2015 3:01:52 AM CST

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12-04-2015 6:12:09 AM CST

New Testament - Matthew - Mark - Luke - John - Acts - Romans - 1 Corinthians - 2 Corinthians - Galatians - Ephesians - Philippians - Colossians - 1 Thessalonians -  2 Thessalonians - 1 Timothy - 2 Timothy - Titus - Philemon - Hebrews - James - 1 Peter - 2 Peter - 1 John - 2 John - 3 John - Jude - Revelation


Old Testament - Genesis - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - 1 Samuel - 2 Samuel - 1 Kings - 2 Kings - 1 Chronicles - 2 Chronicles - Ezra - Nehemiah - Esther - Job - Psalms - Proverbs - Ecclesiastes - Song of Solomon - Isaiah - Jeremiah - Lamentations - Ezekiel - Daniel - Hosea - Joel - Amos - Obadiah - Jonah - Micah - Nahum - Habakkuk - Zephaniah - Haggai - Zechariah - Malachi


Holy Bible Audio: New Testament

Holy Bible Audio: Matthew 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Mark 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Luke 1 to 24 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: John 1 to 21 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: The Acts Of The Apostles 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporany English)


Holy Bible Audio: Romans - Chapters 1 to 16 (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 1st Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 2nd Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Galatians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Ephesians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Phillipians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s Letter to the Colossians 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporary English) 

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 5 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Timothy Chapters 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Timothy Chapters 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Titus Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Philemon Chapter 1 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Hebrews Chapters 1 to 13 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: James - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 3 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Jude - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Book of Revelation - Full (Contemporary English)

by Em Espírito e em Verdade


Holy Bible Audio: Old Testament Books Of Wisdom

The Book Of Job _Chapters 1 - 42 From The Holy Bible

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 1-25

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 26-50

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 51-75

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 76-100

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 101-126

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 126-150

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 1-20

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 21-31

Audio bible book of Ecclesiastes chapter 1-12

Audio bible book of Song of Songs chapter 1-8

The Wisdom of Solomon - Entire Book (The Book of Wisdom) - Open Captioned

Sirach, Entire Book - 00 - 51 (Ecclesiasticus; Ben Sira; Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach) 



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12-04-2015 5:56:52 AM CST

New Testament – Matthew – Mark – Luke – John – Acts – Romans – 1 Corinthians – 2 Corinthians – Galatians – Ephesians – Philippians – Colossians – 1 Thessalonians –  2 Thessalonians – 1 Timothy – 2 Timothy – Titus – Philemon – Hebrews – James – 1 Peter – 2 Peter – 1 John – 2 John – 3 John – Jude – Revelation


Old Testament – Genesis – Exodus – Leviticus – Numbers – Deuteronomy – Joshua – Judges – Ruth – 1 Samuel – 2 Samuel – 1 Kings – 2 Kings – 1 Chronicles – 2 Chronicles – Ezra – Nehemiah – Esther – Job – Psalms – Proverbs – Ecclesiastes – Song of Solomon – Isaiah – Jeremiah – Lamentations – Ezekiel – Daniel – Hosea – Joel – Amos – Obadiah – Jonah – Micah – Nahum – Habakkuk – Zephaniah – Haggai – Zechariah – Malachi


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12-04-2015 5:55:35 AM CST

Old Testament - Genesis - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - 1 Samuel - 2 Samuel - 1 Kings - 2 Kings - 1 Chronicles - 2 Chronicles - Ezra - Nehemiah - Esther - Job - Psalms - Proverbs - Ecclesiastes - Song of Solomon - Isaiah - Jeremiah - Lamentations - Ezekiel - Daniel - Hosea - Joel - Amos - Obadiah - Jonah - Micah - Nahum - Habakkuk - Zephaniah - Haggai - Zechariah - Malachi


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12-04-2015 5:52:11 AM CST

New Testament – Matthew – Mark – Luke – John – Acts – Romans – 1 Corinthians – 2 Corinthians – Galatians – Ephesians – Philippians – Colossians – 1 Thessalonians –  2 Thessalonians – 1 Timothy – 2 Timothy – Titus – Philemon – Hebrews – James – 1 Peter – 2 Peter – 1 John – 2 John – 3 John – Jude – Revelation


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12-04-2015 5:47:21 AM CST

New Testament - Matthew - Mark - Luke - John - Acts - Romans - 1 Corinthians - 2 Corinthians - Galatians - Ephesians - Philippians - Colossians - 1 Thessalonians -  2 Thessalonians - 1 Timothy - 2 Timothy - Titus - Philemon - Hebrews - James - 1 Peter - 2 Peter - 1 John - 2 John - 3 John - Jude - Revelation


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12-04-2015 5:40:32 AM CST

Old Testament - Genesis - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - 1 Samuel - 2 Samuel - 1 Kings - 2 Kings - 1 Chronicles - 2 Chronicles - Ezra - Nehemiah - Esther - Job - Psalms - Proverbs - Ecclesiastes - Song of Solomon - Isaiah - Jeremiah - Lamentations - Ezekiel - Daniel - Hosea - Joel - Amos - Obadiah - Jonah - Micah - Nahum - Habakkuk - Zephaniah - Haggai - Zechariah - Malachi

 


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12-04-2015 5:31:01 AM CST

Holy Bible Audio: New Testament

Holy Bible Audio: Matthew 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Mark 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Luke 1 to 24 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: John 1 to 21 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: The Acts Of The Apostles 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporany English)


Holy Bible Audio: Romans - Chapters 1 to 16 (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 1st Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 2nd Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Galatians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Ephesians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Phillipians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s Letter to the Colossians 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporary English) 

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 5 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Timothy Chapters 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Timothy Chapters 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Titus Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Philemon Chapter 1 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Hebrews Chapters 1 to 13 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: James - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 3 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Jude - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Book of Revelation - Full (Contemporary English)

by Em Espírito e em Verdade


Holy Bible Audio: Old Testament Books Of Wisdom

The Book Of Job _Chapters 1 - 42 From The Holy Bible

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 1-25

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 26-50

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 51-75

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 76-100

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 101-126

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 126-150

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 1-20

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 21-31

Audio bible book of Ecclesiastes chapter 1-12

Audio bible book of Song of Songs chapter 1-8

The Wisdom of Solomon - Entire Book (The Book of Wisdom) - Open Captioned

Sirach, Entire Book - 00 - 51 (Ecclesiasticus; Ben Sira; Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach) 

 


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12-04-2015 5:27:50 AM CST

Holy Bible Audio: New Testament

Holy Bible Audio: Matthew 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Mark 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Luke 1 to 24 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: John 1 to 21 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: The Acts Of The Apostles 1 to 28 - Full (Contemporany English)


Holy Bible Audio: Romans - Chapters 1 to 16 (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 1st Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s 2nd Letter to the Corinthians 1 to 16 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: Galatians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Ephesians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporany English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Phillipians 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English) ECV Spoken Bible

Holy Bible Audio: Paul´s Letter to the Colossians 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporary English) 

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 5 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Thessalonians Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Timothy Chapters 1 to 6 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Timothy Chapters 1 to 4 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Titus Chapters 1 to 3 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Philemon Chapter 1 - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Hebrews Chapters 1 to 13 - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: James - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 Peter - Full (Contemporary English)

Holy Bible Audio: 1 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 2 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: 3 John - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Jude - Full (Contemporany English)

Holy Bible Audio: Book of Revelation - Full (Contemporary English)

by Em Espírito e em Verdade


Holy Bible Audio: Old Testament Books Of Wisdom

The Book Of Job _Chapters 1 - 42 From The Holy Bible

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 1-25

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 26-50

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 51-75

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 76-100

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 101-126

Audio bible book of Psalms chapter 126-150

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 1-20

Audio bible book of Proverbs chapter 21-31

Audio bible book of Ecclesiastes chapter 1-12

Audio bible book of Song of Songs chapter 1-8

The Wisdom of Solomon - Entire Book (The Book of Wisdom) - Open Captioned

Sirach, Entire Book - 00 - 51 (Ecclesiasticus; Ben Sira; Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach) 


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12-04-2015 5:26:49 AM CST

*(The Sabbath keep it holy) Exodus 20: 8-11 And Exodus 31: 12-18…

Genesis

Exodus

Leviticus

Numbers

Deuteronomy

Joshua

Judges

Ruth

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

1 Kings

2 Kings

1 Chronicles

2 Chronicles

Ezra

Nehemiah

Esther

Job

Psalms

Proverbs

Ecclesiastes

Song of Solomon

Isaiah

Jeremiah

Lamentations

Ezekiel

Daniel

Hosea

Joel

Amos

Obadiah

Jonah

Micah

Nahum

Habakkuk

Zephaniah

Haggai

Zechariah

Malachi


1. Holy Love Messages – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…   Holy Love is the two great Commandments of Love – to love God above all else and to love neighbor as self.

2. After The Warning Messages  – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not 
Despise Prophecies…

3. Messages To Pastor Enoch  – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not
Despise Prophecies…

4. THE LIGHT OF MARY – LUZ DE MARÍA’S – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

5. Messages To Jabez Tenderheart, Shalom – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

6. Messages To John Leary – Jesus said: – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

7. DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB – CHILDREN OF THE RENEWAL MESSAGES – 1  Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

8. DAUGHTERS OF THE LAMB – HOLY FAMILY REFUGE MESSAGES – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

9. Bayside Prophecies in the News! – Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI Were Fully Aware and Believed Our Lady of the Roses’ Messages at Bayside! – 1 Thessalonians 5:20 Do Not Despise Prophecies…

10. Todays Gospel Readings

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Great Indian Wars (Easy to read reference guide of conflicts from 1540 to 1890) – 1540-1541 Tiguex War Fought in the winter of 1540-41 by the army of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado against the 12 pueblos of Tiwa Indians along both sides of the Rio Grande River in New Mexico. It was the first war between Europeans and Native Americans in the American West.

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1540-1541 Tiguex War Fought in the winter of 1540-41 by the army of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado against the 12 pueblos of Tiwa Indians along both sides of the Rio Grande River in New Mexico. It was the first war between Europeans and Native Americans in the American West.

March 22, 1622 Jamestown Massacre Powhatan Indians kill 347 English settlers throughout the Virginia colony during the firstPowhatan War.

1622-44 Powhatan Wars Following an initial period of peaceful relations in Virginia, a twelve year conflict left many natives and colonists dead.

1636-37 Pequot War Taking place in Connecticut and Rhode Island, the death of a colonist eventually led to the destruction of 600-700 natives. The remainder were sold into slavery in Bermuda.

May 26, 1637 Mystic Massacre During the Pequot War, English colonists, with Mohegan and Narragansett allies, attack a large Pequot village on the Mystic River in what is now Connecticut, killing around 500 villagers.

1675-1676 King Philip's War
1680-92 Pueblo Revolt In Arizona and New Mexico, Pueblo Indians led by Popé, rebelled against the Spanish and lived independently for 12 years. The Spanish re-conquered in them in 1692.

1689–1697 King William's War The first of the French and Indian Wars, King William's War was fought between England, France, and their respective American Indian allies in the colonies of Canada (New France), Acadia, and New England. It was also known as the Second Indian War (the first having been King Philip's War).

1689-1763 A conflict between France and Britain for possession of North America. For various motivations, most Algonquian tribes allied with the French; the Iroquois with the British.

February 8, 1690 Schenectady Massacre French and Algonquins destroy Schenectady, New York, killing 60 settlers, including ten women and at least twelve children.

February 29, 1704 Deerfield Massacre A force comprised of Abenaki, Kanienkehaka, Wyandot and Pocumtuck Indians, led by a small contingent of French-Canadian militia, sack the town of Deerfield, Massachusetts, killing 56 civilians and taking dozens more as captives.

1711 Tuscarora War Taking place in Northern Carolina, the Tuscarora, under Chief Hancock, attacked several settlements, killing settlers and destroying farms. In 1713, James Moore and Yamasee warriors defeated the raiders.

1715-1718 Yamasee War In southern Carolina, an Indian confederation led by the Yamasee came close to exterminating a white settlement in their region.

August, 1757 Fort William Henry Massacre Following the fall of Fort William Henry, between 70 and 180 British and colonial prisoners are killed by Indian allies of the French.

1760-62 Cherokee Uprising A breakdown in relations between the British and the Cherokee leads to a general uprising in present-day Tennessee, Virginia and the Carolinas.

1763 Pontiac's Rebellion In the Ohio River Valley, War Chief Pontiac and a large alliance drove out the British at every post except Detroit. After besieging the fort for five months, they withdrew to find food for the winter.

September 14, 1763 Devil's Hole Massacre Seneca double ambush of a British supply train and soldiers.

December, 1763 Killings by the Paxton Boys
July 26, 1764 Enoch Brown School Massacre Four Delaware Indians killed a schoolmaster, 10 pupils and a pregnant woman. Amazingly two pupils who were scalped survived.

1774
Lord Dunmore's War
Shawnee and Mingo Indians raided a wave of traders and settlers in the southern Ohio River Valley. Governor Dunmore of Virginia, sent in 3,000 soldiers and defeated 1,000 natives.

1776-1794 Chickamauga Wars A series of conflicts that were a continuation of the Cherokee struggle against white encroachment. Led by Dragging Canoe, who was called the Chickamauga by colonials, theCherokee fought white settlers in Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.

July 3, 1778 Wyoming Valley Massacre Following a battle with rebel defenders of Forty Fort, Iroquois allies of the Loyalist forces hunt and kill those who flee, then torture to death those who surrendered.

August 31, 1778 Stockbridge Massacre A battle of the American Revolution War that rebel propaganda portrayed as a massacre.

November 11, 1778 Cherry Valley Massacre An attack by British and Seneca Indian forces on a fort and village in eastern New Yorkduring the American Revolution War. The town was destroyed and and 16 defenders were killed.

March 8, 1782 Gnadenhutten Massacre Nearly 100 non-combatant Christian Delaware (Lenape) Indians, mostly women and children, were killed with hammer blows to the head by Pennsylvania militiamen.

1785-1795 Old Northwest War Fighting occurred in Ohio and Indiana. Following two humiliating defeats at the hands of native warriors, the Americans won a decisive victory under "Mad Anthony" Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers.

1794 Nickajack Expedition Cherokee Chief, Dragging Canoe, and his followers, who opposed the peace, separated from the tribe and relocated to East Tennessee, where they were joined by groups ofShawnee and Creek. Engaged in numerous raids on the white settlers for several years, they used Nickajack Cave as their stronghold. In 1894, the military attacked, leaving some 70 Indians dead.

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November 6, 1811

Battle of Tippecanoe

The Prophet, brother of Shawnee Chief Tecumseh, attacked Governor William Henry Harrison's force at dawn near the Wabash and Tippecanoe Rivers in Indiana Territory. After hand-to-hand combat, the natives fled.
August 15, 1812

Fort Dearborn Massacre

American settlers and soldiers are killed in ambush near Fort Dearborn, at the present-day site of Chicago, Illinois.

January 22, 1813

Battle of Frenchtown

Also known as the River Raisin Massacre, it was a severe defeat for the Americans during the War of 1812, when they attempted to retake Detroit.

August 18, 1813

Dilbone Massacre

Three settlers killed in Miami County, Ohio.

August 30, 1813

Fort Mims Massacre

Following defeat at the Battle of Burnt Corn, a band of Red Sticks sack Fort Mims, Alabama, killing 400 civilians and taking 250 scalps. This action precipitates the Creek War.
Sept 19 - Oct 21, 1813

Peoria War

Armed conflict between the U. S. Army and the Potawatomi and the Kickapoo that took place in the Peoria County, Illinois area.
1814

Creek War

Militiamen under Andrew Jackson broke the power of Creek raiders in Georgia and Alabama after the Creek had attacked Fort Mims and massacred settlers. They relinquished a vast land tract.
1816-18

First Seminole War

The Seminole, defending runaway slaves and their land in Florida, fought Andrew Jackson'sforce. Jackson failed to subdue them, but forced Spain to relinquish the territory.
Spring, 1817

Battle of Claremore Mound

Cherokee Indians wipe out Osage Indians led by Chief Clermont at Claremore Mound,Indian Territory.

April 22, 1818

Chehaw Affair

U.S. troops attack a non-hostile village during the First Seminole War, killing an estimated 10 to 50 men, women and children.
June 2, 1823

Arikara War

Occurring near the Missouri River in present day South Dakota, Arikara warriors attacked a trapping expedition and the U.S. Army retaliated. It was the first military conflict between the United States and the western Native Americans.
1827

Winnebago War

Also referred as the Le Fèvre Indian War, this armed conflict took place in Wisconsin between the Winnebago and military forces. Losses of lives were minimal, but the war was a precedent to the much larger Black Hawk War.
1832

Black Hawk War

Occurring in northern Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin, it was the last native conflict in the area. Led by Chief Black Hawk, the Sac and Fox tribes made an unsuccessful attempt to move back to their homeland.
May 20, 1832

Indian Creek Massacre

Potawatomi Indians, kidnap two girls and kill fifteen men, women and children north of Ottawa, Illinois.
August 1, 1832

Battle of Bad Axe

Around 300 Indian men, women and children are killed in Wisconsin by white soldiers.

Spring, 1833

Cutthroat Gap Massacre

Osage Indians wiped out a Kiowa Indian village in Indian Territory.

1835-42

Second Seminole War

Under Chief Osceola, the Seminole resumed fighting for their land in the Florida Everglades. Osceola was captured and they were nearly eliminated.

1836-1875

Comanche Wars

On the southern plains, primarily in the Texas Republic. The U.S. Military instituted official campaigns against the Comanche in 1867

1836

Creek War of 1836

Though most Creeks ad been forced to Indian Territory, those that remained rebelled when the state moved to abolish tribal governments and extend state laws over the Creeks.
May 19, 1836

Fort Parker Massacre

Six men killed by a mixed Indian group in Limestone County, Texas.

1837

Osage Indian War

A number of skirmishes with the Osage Indians in Missouri.

November 10, 1837

Battle of Stone Houses

A Texas Ranger Company pursued a band of raiding Kichai Indians up the Brazos River, where they battled near the present day city of Windthorst, Texas.

October 5, 1838

Killough Massacre

Indians massacre eighteen members and relatives of the Killough family in Texas.

1839

Cherokee War

This war was a culmination of friction between the Cherokee, Kickapoo, and ShawneeIndians and the white settlers in Northeast Texas.
July, 1839

Battle of the Neches

The principal engagement of the Cherokee War, the battle culminated after the Cherokeerefused to leave Texas.
1840

Great Raid of 1840

The largest raid ever mounted by Native Americans on white cities. Following the Council House Fight, Comanche War Chief Buffalo Hump raised a huge war party and raided deep into white-settled areas of Southeast Texas.
March 19, 1840

Council House Fight

A conflict between Republic of Texas officials and a Comanche peace delegation in San Antonio, Texas. When terms could not be agreed on, a conflict erupted resulting in the death of 30 Comanche leaders who had come to San Antonio under a flag of truce.
August 11, 1840

Battle of Plum Creek

The Penateka Comanche were so angry after the Council House Fight, they retaliated in the summer of 1840 by conducting multiple raids in the Guadalupe Valley. The raids culminated in a battle between the Indians and the Texas volunteer army along with the Texas Rangersnear the present day city of Lockhart, Texas. For two days they battled and the Comanchewere defeated.
November 29, 1847

Whitman Massacre

The murder of missionaries Dr Marcus Whitman, Mrs Narcissa Whitman and twelve others at Walla Walla, Washington by Cayuse and Umatilla Indians, triggering the Cayuse War.
June 17, 1848

Battle of Coon Creek

When a company of about 140 soldiers were on their way to left join the Santa Fe battalion in Chihuahua, Mexico, they were attacked near the present town of Kinsley, Kansas by some 200 Comanche and Apache Indians.
1848–1855

Cayuse War

Occurring in Oregon Territory and Washington Territory, the conflict between the Cayuse and white settlers was caused in part by the influx of disease, and resulting in the Whitman Massacre and the Cayuse War.

1849-63

Navajo Conflicts

Persistent fighting between the Navajo and the U.S. Army in Arizona and New Mexico led to their expulsion and incarceration on an inhospitable reservation far from their homelands.
1850-1851

Mariposa War

Spawned by the flood of miners rushing onto their lands after the California Gold Rush, some tribes fought back including the Paiute and the Yokut.
Spring, 1850

Bloody Island Massacre

The murder of up to 200 Pomo people on an island near Upper Lake, California by Nathaniel Lyon and his
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1855

Snake River War

Fighting occurred at the junction of the Tucannon River and the Snake River in WashingtonTerritory.

1855

Klickitat War

This conflict occurred between the Klickitat and Cascade Indians against white settlers along the Columbia River in central Washington. When intimidation and force failed to get theIndians to cede their lands, battles erupted resulting in the Indians being removed from their lands.

1855-58

Third Seminole War

Under Chief Billy Bowlegs, the Seminole mounted their final stand against the U.S. in the Florida Everglades. When Bowlegs surrendered; he and others were deported to Indian Territory in Oklahoma.

1855-1856

Rogue River Wars

In the Rogue River Valley area southern Oregon, conflict between the area Indians and white settlers increased eventually breaking into open warfare.

1855–1858

A conflict of land rights in Washington state, involving the Nisqually, Muckleshoot, Puyallup, and Klickitat tribes in the state of Washington. The central figure of the war, Nisqually Chief Leschi, was executed.

January-March, 1855

Klamath and Salmon Indian Wars

Klamath and Salmon River War, aka Klamath War, or Red Cap War, occurred in Klamath County, California after local miners wanted Indians disarmed due to rumors of an uprising. Some of the Native American's of the Yurok and Karok tribes refused, leading to hostilities resulting in state militia and U.S. Army involvement. (source)

August 17, 1855

Grattan Fight

Twenty-nine U.S. soldiers killed by Brulé Lakota Sioux Indians in Nebraska Territory.

January 26, 1856

Native Americans attacked Seattle, Washington, as part of the Yakima War. The attackers are driven off by artillery fire and by Marines from the U.S. Navy.

February, 1856

Tintic War

A short series of skirmishes occurring in Tintic and Cedar Valleys of Utah, after the conclusion of the Walker War.

January-May,1858

Antelope Hills Expedition

A campaign by Texas Rangers and members of allied tribes against the Comanche andKiowa in Texas and Oklahoma.

1858

Coeur d'Alene War

Also known as the Spokane-Coeur d'Alene-Paloos War, this second phase of the Yakima War was a series of encounters between the Coeur d’Alenes, Spokanes, Palouses and Northern Paiute tribes and U.S. forces in the Washington and Idaho areas.

September 1, 1858

Battle of Four Lakes

Also known as the Battle of Spokane Plains, the conflict was part of the Coeur d'Alene War. A force of 600 military men were sent to subdue the tribes, defeating the Indians.

1859

Mendocino War

A conflict between settlers and Native Americans in California that took place in 1859. Several hundred Indians were killed.

1860

Paiute War

Also known as Pyramid Lake War, the war was fought between Northern Paiutes, along with some Shoshone and Bannock, and white settlers in present-day Nevada. The war culminated in two pitched battles in which approximately 80 whites were killed. Smaller raids and skirmishes continued until a cease-fire was agreed to in August, 1860.

February 26, 1860

Gunther Island Massacre

Also known as the Humboldt Bay Massacre, local white settlers, without any apparent provocation, attack four Indian villages, slaying 188 Wiyot Indians, mostly women and children in Humboldt County, California.

December 18, 1860

Battle of Pease River

Battle between Comanche Indians under Peta Nocona and a detachment of Texas Rangers, resulting in the slaughter of the Indians, including women, when the Rangers caught the camp totally by surprise.

1860-65

California Indian Wars

Numerous battles and skirmishes against Hupa, Wiyot, Yurok, Tolowa, Nomlaki, Chimariko, Tsnungwe, Whilkut, Karuk, Wintun and others.

1861–1864

Navajo Wars

Occurring in Arizona and New Mexico Territories, it ended with the Long Walk of the Navajo.

1861-1900

Apache Attacks

In New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas, numerous Apache bands rejected reservation life, and under Geronimo, Cochise and others, staged hundreds of attacks on outposts. Geronimofinally surrendered in 1886; others fought on until 1900.

August-September, 1862

Sioux War of 1862

Skirmishes in the southwestern quadrant of Minnesota resulted in the deaths of several hundred white settlers. In the largest mass execution in U.S. history, 38 Dakota were hanged. About 1,600 others were sent to a reservation in present-day South Dakota.

March, 1862

Battle of Apache Pass

Battle fought in Arizona between Apache warriors and the California Column as it marched from California to New Mexico.

October 24, 1862

Tonkawa Massacre

Accompanied by Caddo allies, a detachment of irregular Union Indians, mainly Kickapoo,Delaware and Shawnee, attempt to destroy the Tonkawa tribe in Indian Territory. One hundred and fifty of 390 Tonkawa survive.

January 29, 1863

Bear River Massacre

Colonel Patrick Connor leads a regiment killing at least 200 Indian men, women and children near Preston, Idaho.

April 19, 1863

Keyesville Massacre

White settlers kill 35 Tehachapi men in Kern County, California.

January, 1864

Battle of Canyon de Chelly

This Navajo citadel was the scene of climatic events in the conquest of the Navajo Indiansby the U.S. Army Colonel Christopher C. "Kit" Carson’s.

August-November, 1864.
Cheyenne War of 1864

In the early 1860's, the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes were suffering terrible conditions on their reservation and in the summer of 1864 began to retaliate by attacking stagecoaches and settlements along the Oregon Trail.
November 29, 1864

Sand Creek Massacre

Militiamen kill at least 160 Cheyenne Indians at Sand Creek, Colorado.

1864–1865

Colorado War

Clashes centered on the Colorado Eastern Plains between the U.S. Army and an alliance consisting largely of the Cheyenne and Arapaho.

1864–1868

Snake War

Fought between U.S. military and the Northern Paiute and Shoshoni (called the Snakes by white settlers) in Oregon, Idaho, and California. The conflict began with the influx of new mines in Idaho and the Indians rebelled to white encroachment on their lands.

1864–1886

Apache Wars

When the Mescelero Apaches were placed on a reservation with Navajos at Fort Sumner,New Mexico, the war began and continued until 1886, when Geronimo surrendered.

July 28, 1864

Battle of Killdeer Mountain

Fought in western North Dakota, this battle was an outgrowth to the 1862 Sioux discontent in Minnesota. Leading more than 3,000 volunteers, Brigadier General Alfred Sully confronted more than 1,600 Sioux in the North Dakota badlands, representing one of the largest pitched battles in the history of Plains warfare.

August-November, 1864

Cheyenne War of 1864

In the early 1860's, the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes were suffering terrible conditions on their reservation and in August, 1864 began to retaliate by attacking stagecoaches and settlements along the Oregon Trail.

February 4-6, 1865

July 1865

General Patrick Conner organizes 3 columns of soldiers to begin an invasion of the Powder River Basin, from the Black Hills, Paha Sapa, to the Big Horn Mountains. They had one order: "Attack and kill every male Indian over twelve years of age." Conner builds a fort on the Powder River. Wagon trains begin to cross the Powder River Basin on their way to the Montana gold fields.

Spotted Tail, Roman Nose, Old Man Afraid of His Horses, Lone Horn, Whistling Elk, Pipe and unknown

Spotted Tail, Roman Nose, Old Man Afraid of His Horses, Lone Horn, Whistling Elk, Pipe and an unknownIndian at Fort Laramie, Wyoming in 1868.

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Chief Red Cloud

Chief Red Cloud, Lakota Sioux Chief

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"I am poor and naked, but I am the chief of the nation. We do not want riches but we do want to train our children right. Riches would do us no good. We could not take them with us to the other world. We do not want riches. We want peace and love.” - Chief Red Cloud (Makhipiya-Luta) SiouxChief

Sioux Maiden, 1908.

Sioux Maiden, 1908.

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"When a child my mother taught me the legends of our people; taught me of the sun and sky, the moon and stars, the clouds and storms. She also taught me to kneel and pray to Usen for strength, health, wisdom, and protection. We never prayed against any person, but if we had aught against any individual we ourselves took vengeance. We were taught that Usen does not care for the petty quarrels of men." - Geronimo [Goyathlay], Chiracahua Apache

Zuni Pueblo, 1873

Zuni Pueblo

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Sioux Tipis

Sioux Tipis, 1902.

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Mandan Man making an offer of the buffalo skull

Mandan Man making an offer of the buffaloskull, 1908.

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"Whenever the white man treats the Indian as they treat each other, then we will have no more wars. We shall all be alike--brothers of one father and one another, with one sky above us and one country around us, and one governmnet for all.” - Chief Joseph, Nez Perce

Mandan Indian atop the bluffs of the Missouri River

Mandan Indian atop the bluffs of the Missouri River, 1908.

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"We are now about to take our leave and kind farewell to our native land, the country the Great Spirit gave our Fathers, we are on the eve of leaving that country that gave us birth, it is with sorrow we are forced by the white man to quit the scenes of our childhood...we bid farewell to it and all we hold dear." - Charles Hicks, Tsalagi (Cherokee) Vice Chief speaking of The Trail of Tears, November 4, 1838

July 24-26, 1865
Battle of Platte Bridge - The Cheyenne and Lakota besiege the most northerly outpost of the U.S. army and succeed in killing all members of a platoon of cavalrymen sent out to meet a wagon train as well as the wagon drivers and their escorts.

Late August, 1865
Battle of Tongue River - Connor's column destroys an Arapaho village, including all the winter's food supply, tents and clothes. They kill over 50 of the Arapaho villagers.

Late September, 1865
Roman Nose's Fight - The Cheyenne Chief, Roman Nose, in revenge for the Sand Creek Massacre, led several hundred Cheyenne warriors in a siege of the Cole and Walker columns of exhausted and starvingsoldiers who were attempting to return to Fort Laramie. Because they were armed only with bows, lances and a few old trade guns, they were unable to overrun the soldiers, but they harasses them for several days, until Connor's returning column rescued them.

October 14, 1865
The Southern Cheyenne chiefs sign a treaty agreeing to cede all the land they formerly claimed as their own, most of Colorado Territory, to the U.S. government. This was the desired end of the Sand Creek Massacre.

October, 1865
Connor returns to Fort Laramie leaving two companies of soldiers at the fort they had constructed at the fork of the Crazy Woman Creek and the Powder River. Red Cloud and his warriors kept these men isolated and without supplies all winter. Many died of scurvy, malnutrition and pneumonia before winter's end. They were not relieved until June 28th by Colonel Carrington's company.

Late Fall, 1865
Nine treaties signed with the Sioux including the Brulé, Hunkpapa, Oglala and Minneconjou. These were widely advertised as signifying the end of the Plains wars although none of the war chiefs had signed any of these treaties.

December 21, 1865
An illegal Executive Order removed lands from the Oregon CoastIndian Reservation, cutting the territory in half.

1866
The Sioux Nations are angered as the US Army begins building forts along the Bozeman Trail, an important route to the gold fields of Virginia City; Captain Fetterman and 80 soldiers are killed.

April 1, 1866
Congress overrides President Johnson's veto of the Civil Rights Bill, giving equal rights to all persons born in the U.S. (except Indians). The President is empowered to use the Army to enforce the law.

Late Spring 1866
War chiefs Red Cloud, Spotted Tail, Standing Elk, Dull Knife and others come to Fort Laramie to negotiate a treaty concerning access to the Powder River Basin. Shortly after the beginning of the talks, on June 13, Colonel Henry Carrington and several hundred infantry men reached Fort Laramie to build forts along the Bozeman Trail. It was clear to the chiefs that the treaty was a mere formality; the road would be opened whether they agreed or not. This was the beginning Red Cloud's War.

July 13, 1866
Colonel Carrington begins building Fort Phil Kearny He halts his column between the forks of the Little Piney and the Big Piney Creeks, in the best hunting grounds of the Plains Indians, and pitches camp. TheCheyenne visit and decide that the camp is too strong for them to attack directly and begin plans for harassing the soldiers who leave the camp and for drawing out soldiers by using decoys. All summer they harasses the soldiers and make alliances with other Plains groups, forming a coalition of Lakota, Cheyenne, Arapaho and Crow groups.

December 21, 1866
The Fetterman Massacre was fought near Fort Phil Kearny, WyomingTerritory on December 21, 1866. Angered at white interlopers traveling through their country, Sioux and Cheyenne forces continually harassed the soldiers at Fort Phil Kearny, constructed to provide emigrant protection along the newly opened Bozeman Trail. Out maneuvering the soldiers, the Indians killed all 80 of them.

1866 to 1867
Red Cloud's fight to close off the Bozeman Trail - The Oglala SiouxChief Red Cloud successfully fought the US army in an effort to protectSioux lands against American construction of the Bozeman Trail which was to run from Fort Laramie to the Montana gold fields.

October, 1867
Treaty of Medicine Lodge - After Congress passed a law to confine the Plains tribes to small reservations where they could be supervised and "civilized," US representatives organized the largest treaty-making gathering in US history. Over 6,000 members from the Arapaho,Cheyenne, Apache, Comanche, and Kiowa met at Medicine Lodge inKansas. The Grand Council of tribes was attended by Crazy Horse,Red Cloud, and Sitting Bull, among other great leaders, and pledged to end further encroachment by the whites. The treaty ensured that alltribes would move onto reservation lands. Thereafter, the army was instructed to punish Indian raids and to "bring in" any tribes that refused to live on reservations.

1868
Nez Perce Treaty - This was the last Indian treaty ratified by the US government.

Second Treaty of Fort Laramie - This treaty guaranteed the SiouxIndians' rights to the Black Hills of Dakota and gave the Sioux hunting permission beyond reservation boundaries. The treaty also creates the Great Sioux Reservation and agrees that the Sioux do not cede their hunting grounds in Montana and Wyoming territories. The
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Indian Attack by Charles Marion Russell

 

"This war did not spring up on our land, this war was brought upon us by the children of the Great Father who came to take our land without a price, and who, in our land, do a great many evil things... This war has come from robbery - from the stealing of our land."

Spotted Tail

 

Date Name Description
1540-1541 Tiguex War Fought in the winter of 1540-41 by the army of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado against the 12 pueblos of Tiwa Indians along both sides of the Rio Grande River in New Mexico. It was the first war between Europeans and Native Americans in the American West.
 
March 22, 1622 Jamestown Massacre Powhatan Indians kill 347 English settlers throughout the Virginia colony during the firstPowhatan War.
 
1622-44 Powhatan Wars Following an initial period of peaceful relations in Virginia, a twelve year conflict left many natives and colonists dead.  
 
1636-37 Pequot War Taking place in Connecticut and Rhode Island, the death of a colonist eventually led to the destruction of 600-700 natives. The remainder were sold into slavery in Bermuda. 
 
May 26, 1637 Mystic Massacre During the Pequot War, English colonists, with Mohegan and Narragansett allies, attack a large Pequot village on the Mystic River in what is now Connecticut, killing around 500 villagers. 
 
1675-1676 King Philip's War  
1680-92 Pueblo Revolt In Arizona and New Mexico, Pueblo Indians led by Popé, rebelled against the Spanish and lived independently for 12 years. The Spanish re-conquered in them in 1692.
 
1689–1697 King William's War The first of the French and Indian Wars, King William's War was fought between England, France, and their respective American Indian allies in the colonies of Canada (New France), Acadia, and New England. It was also known as the Second Indian War (the first having been King Philip's War).
 
1689-1763   A conflict between France and Britain for possession of North America. For various motivations, most Algonquian tribes allied with the French; the Iroquois with the British.
 
February 8, 1690 Schenectady Massacre French and Algonquins destroy Schenectady, New York, killing 60 settlers, including ten women and at least twelve children.
 
February 29, 1704 Deerfield Massacre A force comprised of Abenaki, Kanienkehaka, Wyandot and Pocumtuck Indians, led by a small contingent of French-Canadian militia, sack the town of Deerfield, Massachusetts, killing 56 civilians and taking dozens more as captives.
 
1711 Tuscarora War Taking place in Northern Carolina, the Tuscarora, under Chief Hancock, attacked several settlements, killing settlers and destroying farms. In 1713, James Moore and Yamasee warriors defeated the raiders.
 
1715-1718 Yamasee War In southern Carolina, an Indian confederation led by the Yamasee came close to exterminating a white settlement in their region.
 
August, 1757 Fort William Henry Massacre Following the fall of Fort William Henry, between 70 and 180 British and colonial prisoners are killed by Indian allies of the French.
 
1760-62 Cherokee Uprising A breakdown in relations between the British and the Cherokee leads to a general uprising in present-day TennesseeVirginia and the Carolinas.
 
1763 Pontiac's Rebellion In the Ohio River Valley, War Chief Pontiac and a large alliance drove out the British at every post except Detroit. After besieging the fort for five months, they withdrew to find food for the winter.
 
September 14,  1763 Devil's Hole Massacre Seneca double ambush of a British supply train and soldiers.
 
December, 1763 Killings by the Paxton Boys  
July 26, 1764 Enoch Brown School Massacre Four Delaware Indians killed a schoolmaster, 10 pupils and a pregnant woman. Amazingly two pupils who were scalped survived.
 
1774

Lord Dunmore's War

Shawnee and Mingo Indians raided a wave of traders and settlers in the southern Ohio River Valley. Governor Dunmore of Virginia, sent in 3,000 soldiers and defeated 1,000 natives.
 
1776-1794 Chickamauga Wars A series of conflicts that were a continuation of the Cherokee struggle against white encroachment. Led by Dragging Canoe, who was called the Chickamauga by colonials, theCherokee fought white settlers in TennesseeKentuckyVirginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
 
July 3, 1778 Wyoming Valley Massacre Following a battle with rebel defenders of Forty Fort, Iroquois allies of the Loyalist forces hunt and kill those who flee, then torture to death those who surrendered.
 
August 31, 1778 Stockbridge Massacre A battle of the American Revolution War that rebel propaganda portrayed as a massacre.
 
November 11, 1778 Cherry Valley Massacre An attack by British and Seneca Indian forces on a fort and village in eastern New Yorkduring the American Revolution War. The town was destroyed and and 16 defenders were killed.
 
March 8, 1782 Gnadenhutten Massacre Nearly 100 non-combatant Christian Delaware (Lenape) Indians, mostly women and children, were killed with hammer blows to the head by Pennsylvania militiamen.
 
1785-1795 Old Northwest War Fighting occurred in Ohio and Indiana. Following two humiliating defeats at the hands of native warriors, the Americans won a decisive victory under "Mad Anthony" Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers.
 
1794 Nickajack Expedition Cherokee Chief, Dragging Canoe, and his followers, who opposed the peace, separated from the tribe and relocated to East Tennessee, where they were joined by groups ofShawnee and Creek. Engaged in numerous raids on the white settlers for several years, they used Nickajack Cave as their stronghold. In 1894, the military attacked, leaving some 70 Indians dead.
 
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Date

Name

Description

November 6, 1811

 

Battle of Tippecanoe

 

The Prophet, brother of Shawnee Chief Tecumseh, attacked Governor William Henry Harrison's force at dawn near the Wabash and Tippecanoe Rivers in Indiana Territory. After hand-to-hand combat, the natives fled.

August 15, 1812

 

Fort Dearborn Massacre

American settlers and soldiers are killed in ambush near Fort Dearborn, at the present-day site of ChicagoIllinois.

 

January 22, 1813

 

Battle of Frenchtown

 

Also known as the River Raisin Massacre, it was a severe defeat for the Americans during the War of 1812, when they attempted to retake Detroit.

 

August 18, 1813

Dilbone Massacre

Three settlers killed in Miami County, Ohio.

 

August 30, 1813

 

Fort Mims Massacre

 

Following defeat at the Battle of Burnt Corn, a band of Red Sticks sack Fort Mims, Alabama, killing 400 civilians and taking 250 scalps. This action precipitates the Creek War.

Sept 19 - Oct 21, 1813

Peoria War

 

Armed conflict between the U. S. Army and the Potawatomi and the Kickapoo that took place in the Peoria County, Illinois area.

1814 

 

 

 

Creek War

 

 

 

Militiamen under Andrew Jackson broke the power of Creek raiders in Georgia and Alabama after the Creek had  attacked Fort Mims and massacred settlers. They relinquished a vast land tract.

1816-18

 

First Seminole War

The Seminole, defending runaway slaves and their land in Florida, fought Andrew Jackson'sforce. Jackson failed to subdue them, but forced Spain to relinquish the territory.

Spring, 1817

 

Battle of Claremore Mound

Cherokee Indians wipe out Osage Indians led by Chief Clermont at Claremore Mound,Indian Territory.

 

 

April 22, 1818

 

Chehaw Affair

U.S. troops attack a non-hostile village during the First Seminole War, killing an estimated 10 to 50 men, women and children.

June 2, 1823

 

 

Arikara War

 

 

Occurring near the Missouri River in present day South DakotaArikara warriors attacked a trapping expedition and the U.S. Army retaliated. It was the first  military conflict between the United States and the western Native Americans.

1827

 

Winnebago War

 

Also referred as the Le Fèvre Indian War, this armed conflict  took place in Wisconsin between the Winnebago and military forces.  Losses of lives were minimal, but the war was a precedent to the much larger Black Hawk War.

1832

 

Black Hawk War

 

Occurring in northern Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin, it was the last native conflict in the area. Led by Chief Black Hawk, the Sac and Fox tribes made an unsuccessful attempt to move back to their homeland.

May 20, 1832

 

Indian Creek Massacre

Potawatomi Indians, kidnap two girls and kill fifteen men, women and children north of Ottawa, Illinois.

August 1, 1832

Battle of Bad Axe

Around 300 Indian men, women and children are killed in Wisconsin by white soldiers.

 

Spring, 1833

 

Cutthroat Gap Massacre

Osage Indians wiped out a Kiowa Indian village in Indian Territory.

 

 

1835-42

 

Second Seminole War

Under Chief Osceola, the Seminole resumed fighting for their land in the Florida Everglades. Osceola was captured and they were nearly eliminated.

 

1836-1875

 

Comanche Wars

 

On the southern plains, primarily in the Texas Republic. The U.S. Military instituted official campaigns against the Comanche in 1867

 

1836

 

Creek War of 1836

 

Though most Creeks ad been forced to Indian Territory, those that remained rebelled when the state moved to abolish tribal governments and extend state laws over the Creeks.

May 19, 1836

 

Fort Parker Massacre

Six men killed by a mixed Indian group in Limestone County, Texas.

 

1837

 

Osage Indian War

A number of skirmishes with the Osage Indians in Missouri.

 

 

November 10, 1837

Battle of Stone Houses

Texas Ranger Company pursued a band of raiding Kichai Indians up the Brazos River, where they battled near the present day city of  Windthorst, Texas.

 

October 5, 1838

Killough Massacre

Indians massacre eighteen members and relatives of the Killough family in Texas.

 

1839

 

Cherokee War

 

This war was a culmination of friction between the CherokeeKickapoo, and ShawneeIndians and the white settlers in Northeast Texas.

July, 1839

Battle of the Neches

The principal engagement of the Cherokee War, the battle culminated after the Cherokeerefused to leave Texas.

1840

 

Great Raid of 1840

 

The largest raid ever mounted by Native Americans on white cities. Following the Council House Fight, Comanche War Chief Buffalo Hump raised a huge war party and raided deep into white-settled areas of Southeast Texas.

March 19, 1840

 

Council House Fight

 

A conflict between Republic of Texas officials and a Comanche peace delegation in San Antonio, Texas. When terms could not be agreed on, a conflict erupted resulting in the death of 30 Comanche leaders who had come to San Antonio under a flag of truce.

August 11, 1840

 

Battle of Plum Creek

 

The Penateka Comanche were so angry after the Council House Fight, they retaliated in the summer of 1840 by conducting multiple raids in the Guadalupe Valley. The raids culminated in a battle between the Indians and the Texas volunteer army along with the Texas Rangersnear the present day city of Lockhart, Texas. For two days they battled and the Comanchewere defeated.

November 29, 1847

 

Whitman Massacre

 

The murder of missionaries Dr Marcus Whitman, Mrs Narcissa Whitman and twelve others at Walla Walla, Washington by Cayuse and Umatilla Indians, triggering the Cayuse War.

June 17, 1848

 

Battle of Coon Creek

 

When a company of about 140 soldiers were on their way to left join the Santa Fe battalion in Chihuahua, Mexico, they were attacked near the present town of Kinsley, Kansas by some 200 Comanche and Apache Indians.

1848–1855

 

 

 

Cayuse War

 

 

 

Occurring in Oregon Territory and Washington Territory, the conflict between the Cayuse and white settlers was caused in part by the influx of disease, and resulting in the Whitman Massacre and the Cayuse War.

1849-63

 

Navajo Conflicts

 

Persistent fighting between the Navajo and the U.S. Army in Arizona and New Mexico led to their expulsion and incarceration on an inhospitable reservation far from their homelands.

1850-1851

 

Mariposa War

 

Spawned by the flood of miners rushing onto their lands after the California Gold Rush, some tribes fought back including the Paiute and the Yokut.

Spring, 1850

 

 

Bloody Island Massacre

 

The murder of up to 200 Pomo people on an island near Upper Lake, California by Nathaniel Lyon and his
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Date

Name

Description

1855

 

Snake River War

Fighting occurred at the junction of the Tucannon River and the Snake River in WashingtonTerritory.

1855

 

 

 

Klickitat War

 

 

 

This conflict occurred between the Klickitat and Cascade Indians against white settlers along the Columbia River in central Washington. When intimidation and force failed to get theIndians to cede their lands, battles erupted resulting in the Indians being removed from their lands.

1855-58

 

 

Third Seminole War

 

Under Chief Billy Bowlegs, the Seminole mounted their final stand against the U.S. in the Florida Everglades. When Bowlegs surrendered; he and others were deported to Indian Territory in Oklahoma.

1855-1856

 

Rogue River Wars

 

In the Rogue River Valley area southern Oregon, conflict between the area Indians and white settlers increased eventually breaking into open warfare.

1855–1858

 

 

 

 

 

 

A conflict of land rights in Washington state, involving the Nisqually, Muckleshoot, Puyallup, and Klickitat tribes in the state of Washington. The central figure of the war, Nisqually Chief Leschi, was executed.

January-March, 1855

 

Klamath and Salmon Indian Wars

Klamath and Salmon River War, aka Klamath War, or Red Cap War, occurred in Klamath County, California after local miners wanted Indians disarmed due to rumors of an uprising. Some of the Native American's of the Yurok and Karok tribes refused, leading to hostilities resulting in state militia and U.S. Army involvement. (source)

 

August 17, 1855

Grattan Fight

Twenty-nine U.S. soldiers killed by Brulé Lakota Sioux Indians in Nebraska Territory.

January 26, 1856

 

 

 

Native Americans attacked Seattle, Washington, as part of the Yakima War. The attackers are driven off by artillery fire and by Marines from the U.S. Navy.

February, 1856

 

Tintic War

 

A short series of skirmishes occurring in Tintic and Cedar Valleys of Utah, after the conclusion of the Walker War.

January-May,1858

 

Antelope Hills Expedition

A campaign by Texas Rangers and members of allied tribes against the Comanche andKiowa in Texas and Oklahoma.

1858

 

 

Coeur d'Alene War

 

 

Also known as the Spokane-Coeur d'Alene-Paloos War, this second phase of the Yakima War was a series of encounters between the Coeur d’Alenes, Spokanes, Palouses and Northern Paiute tribes and U.S. forces in the Washington and Idaho areas.

September 1, 1858

 

Battle of Four Lakes

 

Also known as the Battle of Spokane Plains, the conflict was part of the Coeur d'Alene War. A force of 600 military men were sent to subdue the tribes, defeating the Indians.

1859

 

Mendocino War

A conflict between settlers and Native Americans in California that took place in 1859. Several hundred Indians were killed.

1860

 

 

 

 

Paiute War

 

 

 

 

Also known as Pyramid Lake War, the war was fought between Northern Paiutes, along with some Shoshone and Bannock, and white settlers in present-day Nevada. The war culminated in two pitched battles in which approximately 80 whites were killed. Smaller raids and skirmishes continued until a cease-fire was agreed to in August, 1860.

February 26, 1860

 

Gunther Island Massacre

 

Also known as the Humboldt Bay Massacre, local white settlers, without any apparent provocation, attack four Indian villages, slaying 188 Wiyot Indians, mostly women and children in Humboldt County, California.

December 18, 1860

 

Battle of Pease River

 

Battle between Comanche Indians under Peta Nocona and a detachment of Texas Rangers, resulting in the slaughter of the Indians, including women, when the Rangers caught the camp totally by surprise.

1860-65

 

California Indian Wars

 

Numerous battles and skirmishes against Hupa, Wiyot, Yurok, Tolowa, Nomlaki, Chimariko, Tsnungwe, Whilkut, Karuk, Wintun and others.

1861–1864

 

Navajo Wars

 

Occurring in Arizona and New Mexico Territories, it ended with the Long Walk of the Navajo.

1861-1900

 

 

 

Apache Attacks

 

 

In New MexicoArizona, and Texas, numerous Apache bands  rejected reservation life, and under Geronimo, Cochise and others, staged hundreds of attacks on outposts. Geronimofinally surrendered in 1886; others fought on until 1900.

August-September, 1862

 

 

Sioux War of 1862

 

 

 

Skirmishes in the southwestern quadrant of Minnesota resulted in the deaths of several hundred white settlers. In the largest mass execution in U.S. history, 38 Dakota were hanged. About 1,600 others were sent to a reservation in present-day South Dakota.

March, 1862

Battle of Apache Pass

Battle fought in Arizona between Apache warriors and the California Column as it marched from California to New Mexico.

October 24,  1862

 

Tonkawa Massacre

 

 

Accompanied by Caddo allies, a detachment of irregular Union Indians, mainly Kickapoo,Delaware and Shawnee, attempt to destroy the Tonkawa tribe in Indian Territory. One hundred and fifty of 390 Tonkawa survive.   

January 29, 1863

Bear River Massacre

Colonel Patrick Connor leads a regiment killing at least 200 Indian men, women and children near Preston, Idaho.

April 19, 1863

Keyesville Massacre

White settlers kill 35 Tehachapi men in Kern County, California.

 

January, 1864

Battle of Canyon de Chelly

This Navajo citadel was the scene of climatic events in the conquest of the Navajo Indiansby the U.S. Army Colonel Christopher C. "Kit" Carson’s.

August-November, 1864.

Cheyenne War of 1864

 

In the early 1860's, the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes were suffering terrible conditions on their reservation and in the summer of 1864 began to retaliate by attacking stagecoaches and settlements along the Oregon Trail.

November 29, 1864

Sand Creek Massacre

Militiamen kill at least 160 Cheyenne Indians at Sand Creek, Colorado.

1864–1865

 

Colorado War

 

Clashes centered on the Colorado Eastern Plains between the U.S. Army and an alliance consisting largely of the Cheyenne and Arapaho.

1864–1868

 

 

Snake War

 

 

Fought between U.S. military and the Northern Paiute and Shoshoni (called the Snakes by white settlers) in OregonIdaho, and California. The conflict began with the influx of new mines in Idaho and the Indians rebelled to white encroachment on their lands.

1864–1886

 

Apache Wars

 

When the Mescelero Apaches were placed on a reservation with Navajos at Fort Sumner,New Mexico, the war began and continued until 1886, when Geronimo surrendered.

July 28, 1864

 

 

Battle of Killdeer Mountain

 

 

Fought in western North Dakota, this battle was an outgrowth to the 1862 Sioux discontent in Minnesota. Leading more than 3,000 volunteers, Brigadier General Alfred Sully confronted more than 1,600 Sioux in the North Dakota badlands, representing one of the largest pitched battles in the history of Plains warfare.

August-November, 1864

Cheyenne War of 1864

In the early 1860's, the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes were suffering terrible conditions on their reservation and in August, 1864 began to retaliate by attacking stagecoaches and settlements along the Oregon Trail.

February 4-6, 1865

 

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