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Chief Joseph
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The wisdom of the great chiefs: the classic speeches of Chief Red Jacket, Chief Joseph, and Chief Seattle (1994 edition) - ISBN: 9781880032404
Chief Joseph
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An Indian's views of Indian affairs (1973 edition)
Chief Joseph
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That all people may be one people, send rain to wash the face of the earth (1995 edition), Mountain Meadow Pr
Chief Joseph
Source/Notes:
The wisdom of the great chiefs: the classic speeches of Chief Red Jacket, Chief Joseph, and Chief Seattle (1994 edition) - ISBN: 9781880032404
Chief Joseph
Source/Notes:
That all people may be one people, send rain to wash the face of the earth (1995 edition), Mountain Meadow Pr
Chief Joseph
Source/Notes:
The wisdom of the great chiefs: the classic speeches of Chief Red Jacket, Chief Joseph, and Chief Seattle (1994 edition) - ISBN: 9781880032404
Chief Joseph
Source/Notes:
An Indian's views of Indian affairs (1973 edition)
Chief Joseph
Source/Notes:
The wisdom of the great chiefs: the classic speeches of Chief Red Jacket, Chief Joseph, and Chief Seattle (1994 edition) - ISBN: 9781880032404
Chief Joseph
Source/Notes:
The wisdom of the great chiefs: the classic speeches of Chief Red Jacket, Chief Joseph, and Chief Seattle (1994 edition) - ISBN: 9781880032404


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Born: March 3, 1840

Died: September 21, 1904 (aged 64)

Nationality: Canadian

Occupation: Leader

Bio: Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt, popularly known as Chief Joseph, or Young Joseph succeeded his father Tuekakas as the leader of the Wal-lam-wat-kain band of Nez Perce, a Native American tribe indigenous to the Wallowa Valley in what is today the State of Oregon in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States.

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