Joe Wilde, another old-timer, got by purchase and entry other valuable lands and buildings. Diese Fassung ist hergestellt von Filmfreunden und auf einer DVD+R. Lieferung an Abholstation. I came to take her to my agency at Beaver Creek.’ “. Around many of these scaffolds were placed white buffalo skulls arranged in a mystic circle. The Arapahoes at that time having committed several murders, General Kearney had them called in, and told them he would annihilate the whole tribe if they killed any more white people. Der Vertrag von Fort Laramie 1851 Englisch „Treaty of Fort Laramie (1851)“, auch „Horse-Creek-Vertrag“ oder Englisch „Horse Creek Treaty“ genannt, ist ein am 17. Der Nordteil des Gebäudes wurde 1852 aus Stein angebaut und wurde während des Posthandels als Wohnung für den Geschäftsleiter genutzt. Fort Laramie verlor immer mehr an militärischer Bedeutung und wurde ab 1889 mit der Verlegung der vier dort stationierten Infanteriekompanien nach Fort Logan in der Nähe von Denver (Colorado) aufgegeben. Parkman stayed at the fort for a while and then went out and lived among the Indians to study their habits and customs. From 1846 to 1852, it was an important LDS settlement and the outfitting point for companies traveling to present-day Utah. Die Größe des Fort ist mit 80 Fuß mal 100 Fuß überliefert. Neues Gefängnis (1876): Es bot Platz für vierzig Häftlinge und wurde auf Grund der katastrophalen hygienischen Bedingungen des chronisch überbelegten alten Gefängnisses erbaut. Col. D. D. Mitchell, superintendent of Indian affairs, called a council at the fort to fix the boundaries of the different tribes. View more property details, sales history and Zestimate data on Zillow. Shan-tag-alisk (Spotted-Tail) was urged to send runners to all the bands south and west of the Missouri River and to meet at Fort Laramie as soon as their ponies could live on the grass. The last troops left the fort April 20, 1890. The Oregon expedition, undertaken by Nathaniel J. Wyeth in 1834, reached Fort Laramie on June 1st of that year. The fort had fifteen-foot adobe walls and a square earthen tower with loopholes. Es ist heute das älteste Militärgebäude in ganz Wyoming. Während der 1850er Jahre baute das 3. Under this treaty the Government paid the Indians $50,000 annually for ten years for a trail and right of way over their lands, and each tribe accepted certain boundaries as hunting territory. 1847 - Brigham Young leads the first of the Mormon emigrants through Fort Laramie in search of their Zion, the valley of the Great Salt Lake. Now that has passed, we want our dead at one place. He said he wanted his daughter buried Indian fashion, so she would go not where the white people went, but where the red people went. Rufus B. Sage in his 1846 Rocky Mountain Life described the fort: Fort Platte, being next to Fort Hall, the most important point on the route to Oregon, calls for a brief description. Im Jahr 1937 kaufte der Staat Wyoming Fort Laramie mit einer Gesamtfläche von 214 Hektar. EUR 6,80 Versand. She especially enjoyed seeing dress parade and guard mount. The Indian customs were adopted, according to the chief’s request, but in his honor the military burial service was added, with the post band, flags, detachments of troops, etc. Some of them whispered to her long and earnestly as if they were sending by her a hopeful message to a lost child. It was the central base of supplies and a military station on the overland trails across the plains and mountains to Oregon, California and Utah, over which the “forty-niners,” Mormons and Oregon emigrants trekked in huge trains and cavalcades. “Shortly before her death a runner from Fort Laramie announced to the Indians on Powder River that commissioners would come, with the grass, who would bring the words of the Great Father to his Indian children. Fort Laramie wurde im Jahr 1834 von William Sublette und Robert Campbell als privater Pelzhandelsposten gegründet. When the funeral party arrived within fifteen miles of Fort Laramie it camped and a runner was sent in to announce its coming to Colonel Maynadier. Shan-tag-a-lisk was consulted. On this expedition Wyeth built a fort near Jackson’s Hole. Im Jahre 1836 wurde Fort William von der „American Fur Company“, einer amerikanischen Pelzgesellschaft aufgekauft. He first recommended the site of the American Fur Company at the fork of the Laramie and Platte rivers as a proper and needed location for a fort, and having obtained an offer of the property for $4,000, he was authorized to make the purchase from the fur company. On June 1, 1865, Col. H. F. Maynadier, commandant at Fort Laramie; E. B. Taylor, superintendent of Indian affairs; Thomas Wister, of Philadelphia; and R. N. McLaren, of Minnesota, as United States commissioners, met the principal chiefs of that section and concluded a treaty of peace and the concession of a right of way over the Bozeman Road to Montana. At her head was nailed the head of her favorite white pony and at her feet its tail, to travel with her to the happy hunting grounds. The Indians who signed the treaty were the Sioux chiefs. Among the noted explorers and authors who at different times made camps or visits at Fort Laramie may be mentioned Captain Bonneville, Gen. John C. Fremont, Theodore Winthrop, Captain King, Francis Parkman, the historian, Henry M. Stanley, the African explorer, Marcus Whitman, Captain Stansbury, Eugene F. Ware and many others. Hier trafen sich Pelzhändler und Indianer zum Warentausch. Kearney, with several companies of dragoons, left Fort Leavenworth and marched to Fort Laramie. Es sind zwar nur einige wenige Häuser erhalten bzw. ” ‘Spot’ said to me, “My daughter was buried here where my Indians lived and many of our children were born. The post commander at the time was Maj. George M. O’Brien, a graduate of Dublin University, subsequently brevetted to the rank of general. She had an ambition a vague one; but her hopes were gone. There are two entrances, the main entrance having two gates with an arched passage intervening. John S. Collins, who was post trader at the time, says in his book of “Frontier Experiences”: “Spotted-Tail came to the fort in 1875 for his daughter, who had died several years before and had been placed in a box and set up on four posts at the sand bluffs. Thus Fort Laramie became not only a military post, but a busy emporium of trade for the whole surrounding region, a city in the wilderness. Capitains Wohnung (1870): Ursprünglich für den kommandierenden Offizier von Fort Laramie zur Alleinnutzung geplantes Gebäude, wurde im Jahr 1872 in zwei Wohnungen für höhere Offiziersdienstgrade geteilt. The various expeditions fitted out for Indian campaigns at Fort Laramie and the important Indian treaties made there are described in other portions of this history. It is related that on his trip across the plains Kearney, had a mountain howitzer loaded on his rear wagon and concealed by the canvas wagon cover. Many threw themselves on the ground and others ran away in terror and amazement. She told her father that she wanted to go, but she would be dead ; that it was her wish to be buried in the cemetery at Fort Laramie, near the grave of ‘Old Smoke,’ a distant relative and a great chief among the Sioux in former years. Ah-ho-ap-pa was wrapped in it and it was tightly bound around her with thongs so that she was temporarily embalmed.”. Heute ist es renoviert in dem Zustand von 1876. In vain her father had urged her to accept the conditions as they were, to be happy and contented, and not worry about things out of her reach. He says the excitement and hurry of the travelers were so great that they threw away much of the freight which impeded their progress. A little square window high above the ground opened from an adjoining chamber, so that when the inner gate is closed and barred anyone inside may communicate with outside parties. To add to the eftect of his threat, he ordered a howitzer fired and a rocket thrown up. It was the headquarters of the most famous explorers, hunters, trappers, scouts, guides and fur traders known in western history, including such men as Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, Jim Baker, Bordeau, Chatillion. Ruinen der Offiziers-Wohnungen (1881): Es handelte sich hier um ein großes aus Lehm und Zement errichtetes Gebäude, zwei Doppelhäuser und das Haus des Kommandanten. But the high tide of emigration was reached about 1850-51. William G. Bullock bewohnte dieses Haus für einige Zeit. For a long time they would not go near a wagon, as they had a superstition that a “white man’s wagon heap shoot.”. For many years it was the rendezvous of the most powerful Indian tribes of the Northwest. Name. Es gab im Erdgeschoss nur einen großen Raum für alle Gefangenen und zusätzlich zwei Isolationszellen. During its early days as a military post many of the most famous generals of the Civil war were stationed here, such as Merritt, Gibbon, Crook, Dodge, Sumner and others. Fort Laramie wurde erheblich erweitert, es entstanden mehrere große Gebäude, die rund um einen großen Appellplatz angeordnet wurden. EUR 13,99. To establish the separate identity of Forts Adams, John and Platte it is sufficient to say Fort Adams is described by Fremont as being two miles from Fort Laramie; that Fort John was built several miles away in 1839, and abandoned in 1846: and Fort Platte, three miles distant on the Platte, was not built till 1840. Als äußere Befestigung dienten vor Ort geschlagene Pappeln, die zu einer Palisadenwand verbunden wurden. A cluster of lodges belonging to Sioux Indians was pitched under the walls outside and with the fine background of the Black Hills and the prominent peak of the Laramie Mountains, strongly drawn in the clear western sky, where the sun had already set, the whole formed at the moment a strikingly beautiful picture. A warning at Fort Laramie: June 1846 This 1860 illustration of Fort Laramie is by Alfred Jacob Miller. Ab 1847 folgten ihnen Angehörige der Kirche Jesu Christi der Heiligen der Letzten Tage (Mormonen), auf dem Weg in ihren eigenen Staat Deseret und ihre Stadt Salt Lake City. The body was not unbound from the deerskin shroud, but was wrapped in the coffin mounted on the wheels of an artillery caisson. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 8. November 2020 um 19:21 Uhr bearbeitet. Fort Laramie and the Sioux War of 1876* PAUL L. HEDREN For forty-one years, from 1849 to 1890, Fort Laramie was at the center of continuous friction between westering Anglo-Ameri-cans and American Indians. Later in 1875 the Arapahoes agreed to accept homes on the Wind River reserve, where they are now located. Thus Fort Laramie became the center, the “Midway Plaisance,” of all these trains and the immense traffic they brought. The Indian men stood mutely and stolidly around looking on, and none of them moved a muscle or tendered any help. Post-Handelsgeschäft und Nebengebäude (1849): Dieses Gebäude wurde ursprünglich durch einen Zivilisten erbaut und mit Genehmigung des Militärs auch bewirtschaftet. 1846 - The Donner Party passes through Fort Laramie on their fateful trip to the west. Many were knocked off their horses and killed. On one occasion the train was attacked by a large band of Indians on horseback, who rode up behind and began to shoot arrows into the train. Every request of Shan-tag-a-lisk was met by Colonel Maynadier with a hearty and satisfactory ‘Yes.’ ” . A new era in the life and settlement of the mountain West began with the discovery of gold in California. Arapahoe Indians were accused of killing La Ramee and burying his body in a beaver dam. It seems to be a well authenticated fact that she fell in love with a cavalry officer, Captain Rhinehart and became deeply infatuated with him, although he showed her only polite attention, which was her due as daughter of a celebrated chief. The 2,295 sq. Viele der Gebäude wurden abgerissen und der gesamte militärische Komplex von Siedlern übernommen. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. 4,4 von 5 Sternen 8 Sternebewertungen. Fort John liegt nördlich von Cheyenne und darf nicht mit der Stadt Laramie verwechselt werden. Fort Laramie ist eine Stadt im Goshen County, im östlichen Wyoming in den Vereinigten Staaten. The treaty gave the Indians the country north of the Platte as hunting ground. Your email address will not be published. Nach Fort Kearny waren Fort Laramie und Fort Hall die nächsten Militärposten, wobei die Armee beide Forts privaten Händlern abkaufte und in Militärstützpunkte umwandelte. Ruine der allgemeine Toiletten (1886): Um die Ausbreitung von Krankheiten zu verhindern, wurden frühzeitig auch für die Mannschaftsdienstgrade Toilettenanlagen errichtet, die ihre Abwässer direkt in den nahen Laramie River leiteten. For other uses, see Fort Laramie (disambiguation).. Fort Laramie (originally founded as Fort William and then known for a while as Fort John) was a significant 19th century trading post and diplomatic site located at the confluence of the Laramie River and the North Platte River in the upper Platte River Valley in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Wyoming. Required fields are marked *. Enter your email address to subscribe to this website and receive notifications of new posts by email. As a frontiersman would say, they “hit the breeze” with great suddenness and unanimity. Fort Laramie and the U. S. Army On the High Plains 1849 ? Fort Laramie had a long and illustrious history as a way station on the Oregon Trail, trading center, rendezvous point, Indian agency, and military installation. Red Cloud, Medicine Eagle, Black Tiger, Man-Afraid-of-His-Horse, and a number of minor chiefs. A timber reserve was also established near Laramie Peak, about fifty miles west of the fort, where the post thereafter secured its wood and lumber supplies. Investigation shows that they were not located at the point where Fort Laramie stood and were not transferred with the old trading post when it was sold to the government Robert Campbell sold the trading post which he had named Fort Laramie, to the American Fur Company in 1836. From there he sent a part of his command to the Sweetwater, while he remained at the fort. Fort Laramie and the U.S. Army on the High Plains, 1849-1890 | National Park Service (Nps) | ISBN: 9781249179276 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. The council was in session twenty-three days and was attended by 10,000 Sioux, Cheyenne, Arapaho and Crow Indians. Der Name geht dabei auf einen französischen Trapper mit dem Namen Jacques La Ramee zurück. He says: “This was a large post having more the air of military construction than Fort Adams, at the mouth of the river, being some twenty-five feet above the water, and its lofty walls whitewashed and picketed, with large bastions at the angles, gave it quite an imposing appearance in the uncertain light of evening. Fort Laramie and the U.S. Army on the High Plains 1849-1890 | McChristian, Douglas C. | ISBN: 9781484823187 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. The caravans were mostly made up of ox teams which traveled slowly. It was as if a bolt of lightning had come out of a clear sky. Mit dem Kalifornischen Goldrausch ab 1849 nahmen Goldsucher und später Siedler auf dem Weg nach Kalifornien den größten Anteil ein. The walls are fifteen feet high, surmounted by a wooden palisade and form the outside portions of the rows of houses which entirely surround a yard of about one hundred and thirty feet square. One traveler, in going five miles, counted 429 wagons with their human freight and supplies. Part I, FORT LARAMIE 1834-1890, bears its original title. In dieser Zeit etablierte sich das Fort als eines der Haupthandelsplätze für Pelze in den Rockys. One put in a little looking glass, another a string of colored beads, another a pine cone with some sort of embroidery of sinew in it. We traded here, raced our ponies here and the soldiers were good to us. Der hintere Teil des Gebäudes wurde außerdem als Theater, aber auch für kirchliche Veranstaltungen genutzt. Three days later the commission concluded a treaty with the Cheyennes and Arapahoes by which they relinquished all claims to lands and agreed to accept homes and Government aid on specified reserves. The fort as built by the American Fur Company is described by Fremont on his first expedition in May, 1842. He welcomed Parkman’s party and took them into the fort. Die letzten Truppen verließen Fort Laramie am 20. The old fort or trading post was built in 1834 by Smith, Jackson & Sublette and afterward sold to Robert Campbell, who named it Fort William after his partner, William L. Sublette. Lieferung an Abholstation. Lieferung an Abholstation. Passing over the early expeditions of Bonneville, Marcus Whitman, Wyeth and Fremont, which became history before the United States made Fort Laramie a military post, we can refer to the following: Captain Stansbury’s expedition in 1849, to make a reconnaissance for a railroad from Fort Laramie to Fort Bridger; General Harney’s expedition in 1855 against the Sioux; Lieutenant Warren’s expedition in 1857 from Fort Laramie to the Black Hills for geologic and topographic investigations; General Sumner’s expedition in 1857 to suppress Indian outbreaks; General Connor’s expedition in 1865 against the tribes of Western Wyoming and Utah; Colonel Carrington’s expedition in 1865 to establish Forts Phil Kearny, Reno and C. F. Smith; and General Crook’s expeditions of 1875 and 1876 against the Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull bands of Indians. He says the officials of the fur company had absolute sway over the vast region around them, as the nearest United States troops at that time were 700 miles to the east, while the west was practically an unexplored wilderness. The glistening waters of the Laramie winding in and out through grassy meadows and cottonwood groves, the fields of alfalfa, beautifully green, from which the meadow larks were rising and singing, the surrounding hills in – the distance cut through into deep gorges by the big Government Platte River project, and showing piles of sand resembling the great pyramids, made a new and impressive picture of nature in its quiet and serene moods, in which the Indian, the trapper, the soldier and the mule skinner faded from view and the memories of those old, stirring, heroic times became but a fleeting vision of “a tale that is told.”, Source: History of Wyoming, Volume 1, by I. S. Bartlett, Chicago, The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1918, Pingback: Forts of Wyoming State - Wyoming Genealogy, Your email address will not be published. The fort was abandoned by the Government in the spring of 1890, and the reserve opened to homestead settlers. He describes the scene as they came in as follows: “Tall Indians in their buffalo robes were striding across the area or reclining at full length on the low roofs of the buildings. Fort Laramie and the Pageant of the West, 1834-1890 LeRoy R. Hafen, Francis Mari. So kamen hier unter anderem Mitglieder der Indianerstämme der Lakota, Cheyenne und der Arapaho, um ihre Felle gegen Tabak, Whisky aber auch einfache Haushaltsgegenstände zu tauschen. Originally the fort was mainly used by mountain men trading furs and in 1838 was acquired by the Hudson's Bay Company. Es sollte nun weitere 47 Jahre vergehen bis Fort Laramie wieder in den Mittelpunkt des Interesses rückte. All the trains made a stop at Fort Laramie, whether it was a trading post or a fort. The headwaters of the North Platte River were explored by American and French-Canadian beaver trappers who were the first men of European origin in the area. The romance of the love story and death of Spotted-Tail’s daughter has been made the basis of much writing, interspersed with fact and fiction. When the camp was reached, Ah-ho-ap-pa’s body was placed in the ambulance, her two white ponies were tethered behind the vehicle, and the procession slowly moved toward the fort. He was a born orator and a natural diplomat and statesman. Ab dem Jahr 1841 ging der Handel mit Pelzen und Fellen spürbar zurück. Der damalige offizielle Name ist mit Fort Williams und später auch Fort John überliefert. Numerous small cottages were built for married sergeants and civil employees, together with a guard-house and hospital, which in early days were utilized by citizens, settlers and civilian employees. Fort William wurde in Fort John umbenannt. Fort Laramie, in what is now Wyoming, was the only real community pioneers saw on their long trek across the frontier. Together they projected a fine irrigation system, and constructed a large canal from a point on the Laramie River several miles southwest, and thus the new Fort Laramie was made “to blossom as the rose.”, The writer visited the fort in May, 1918, as the guest of Mr. Hunton and his estimable wife, and while the vestiges of the old fort are still standing, some of the buildings in ruins and others rehabilitated, the scene was indeed an attractive one. Then the lid was fastened on, the women took the coffin, raised it and placed it on the scaffold. Cheyenne liegt etwa 120 Kilometer südlich, die Stadt Laramie etwa 135 Kilometer südwestlich und Casper etwa 165 Kilometer nordwestlich von Fort Laramie. They were followed by another Mormon party, which reached Fort Laramie in June, both expeditions moving on to Salt Lake after a brief stay at the fort. One might travel a hundred miles and never be out of sight of moving trains. A coffin was made and lavishly decorated. Für alle, die sich mit der amerikanischen Geschichte auseinandersetzen v.a. When the provision trains arrived the Indians and whites joined in a grand feast. Auch wurden hier die Kinder der Offiziere und Soldaten unterrichtet. The fort competed with Fort Laramie which was only one mile away and quickly surpassed it due to a superior supply system. ... Fort Laramie (788 miles (1,268 km) west) – This old trading and military post served as a place for the emigrants to rest and restock provisions. Fort Laramie NHS: Park History (Author's Preface) Fort Laramie Park History, 1834-1977 AUTHOR'S PREFACE Editor's note: This printing of FORT LARAMIE 1834-1977 combines two typescripts which were first conceived as separate publications. The next day a scaffold was erected in the military cemetery near the grave of “Old Smoke.’ It was made of tent poles, twelve feet long, embedded in the ground and fastened with thongs, over which a buffalo robe was laid and on which the coffin was to be placed. The river was named "Laramie" in his honor, and later settlers used this name for the Laramie Mountains, the fort, and the towns of Laramie, Wyoming and Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Parkman’s description of the fort agrees with Fremont’s. In the meantime Spotted-Tail took his band up into the Powder River country and moved backwards and forwards to Big Horn, Rosebud and Tongue rivers, taking his daughter with him. Thus the trail was marked with an\ils, crowbars, drills, axes, grindstones, trunks, clothing, etc. He started from St. Louis, went on the south side of the Platte and forded the Laramie River directly at the fort. Founded in 1834 on the high plains of present-day eastern Wyoming, the fort evolved into an organizational hub and chief supply center for the U.S. Army in its campaigns against the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians. traders and … The first United States troops garrisoned at the fort were Companies C and D, Third Cavalry, under Major Sanderson. 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