cayuse

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a small native range horse

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Seneca elder and activist in Ohio and Native American studies scholar Mann describes deliberately giving smallpox to the Ohio Indians in 1763, marching the Choctaws into a cholera plague zone during their already genocidal Removal in 1832, sending hemorrhagic smallpox to the High Plains peoples in 1837, and the poisoning of the Cayuses.
Treaty Between the United States and the Walla-Walla, Cayuses, and Umatilla Tribes and Bands of Indians in Washington and Oregon Territories, June 9, 1855, 12 Stat.
Saddle up your cayuses, hombres, and don't forget your shootin' irons: Woodrow and Gus are on the trail again.
a flyer distributed at a presentation to the Umatilla Basin Watershed Council) [hereinafter Wallowa County Flyer]; see also Treaty between the United states and the Walla Walla, Cayuses, and Umatilla Tribes and Bonds of Indians in Washington and Oregon Territories, June 9, 1855, 12 Stat.