The image of a Native American on horseback has become ingrained in
the American consciousness. But the Plains Indians and the horse
were not always inseparable. Once, Native Americans used dogs to
help carry their goods, and even after the Spaniards introduced the
horse to the Americas, horses were considered so valuable that the
Spanish would not allow the Indians to have them. But soon horses
escaped from Spanish settlements, and Native Americans quickly
learned how valuable the horse could be as a hunting mount, beast
of burden, and military steed. Follow the story of this
transformative partnership, starting in the early sixteenth century
and continuing today.
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Dorothy Hinshaw Patent
William Mu noz
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