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St. Clair's Defeat, or the Battle of a Thousand Slain: In 1791, a confederation of Native American tribes destroyed about half of the American army. The catalyst for that conflict was a lengthy period in which unfair treaties, biased against native peoples, were all too common.

St. Clair's Defeat, or the Battle of a Thousand Slain: In 1791, a confederation of Native American tribes destroyed about half of the American army. The catalyst for that conflict was a lengthy period in which unfair treaties, biased against native peoples, were all too common.

FromStuff You Missed in History Class


St. Clair's Defeat, or the Battle of a Thousand Slain: In 1791, a confederation of Native American tribes destroyed about half of the American army. The catalyst for that conflict was a lengthy period in which unfair treaties, biased against native peoples, were all too common.

FromStuff You Missed in History Class

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Length:
30 minutes
Released:
Nov 18, 2015
Format:
Podcast Episode

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In 1791, a confederation of Native American tribes destroyed about half of the American army. The catalyst for that conflict was a lengthy period in which unfair treaties, biased against native peoples, were all too common. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Released:
Nov 18, 2015
Format:
Podcast Episode