Historical stories

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Historical stories are a crucial part of When Rivers Were Trails and over thirty Indigenous writers contributed to them. Players can unlock historical and traditional stories during the game.

List of Historical Stories[edit | edit source]

Written by Elizabeth LaPensée[edit | edit source]

  • Sawyer
The Nelson Act of 1889 in Minnesota gave non-Native settlers the right to divide up Native land
  • White Earth
  • Cree

Written by Korii Northrup[edit | edit source]

  • Oneida
  • Berries
  • Indian Market
  • Hunting Party

Written by Jo Tallchief[edit | edit source]

  • Jingle Dress
  • Nelson Act
  • Cousins (with Li Boyd)
  • Nishkadizi
  • Ma'iingan
  • Intertribal
  • Asemaa

Written by Nokomis Paiz[edit | edit source]

  • Relocation
  • Broken Treaty
  • Red Lake
  • Two-Spirit
  • Ceded Land

Written by Travis McKay Roberts[edit | edit source]

  • Pembina
  • Negotiation
  • Black Hills
  • Traditional Foods
  • Eagle Star
  • Last Vestiges
  • Ghost Dance

Written by Li Boyd[edit | edit source]

  • Sugar Bush
  • Cousins (with Jo Tallchief)

Written by E.M. Knowles[edit | edit source]

  • Fort Berthold
  • Burnings
  • Boarding School
  • Children
  • Illness
  • Fort Peck

Written by Trevino Brings Plenty[edit | edit source]

  • Heyoka
  • Owls
  • Cheyenne River
  • Deadwood

Written by Carl Petersen[edit | edit source]

  • Indian Police
  • Sitting Bull
  • Buffalo
  • Greasy Grass

Written by Adrian Jawort[edit | edit source]

  • Fort Robinson
  • Cows