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Near the huron camp, scalp hunters get in their way. Chingachgook is captured by the hurons. He tries to convince them that the war of the whites is not their war.
He does not succeed. One of the hunters has now brought in English troops that crush the hurons. Their heavily wounded chief realizes that Chingachgook was right and declares peace with Allen Indian tribes.
Chingachgook, Wahtawah and game killers who survived the carnage return to the Delaware area. Running time: 86 min. The Indians hope to get involved.
That is a mistake. Five chiefs are murdered. The young chief Shave Head calls his brother Chris, a half-breed, for help.
Chris takes on the post of an assistant sheriff and tries to expose the company's murderers and machinations.
In addition, an investigation committee is on its way to the reserve - summoned by an engineer who wants to do his own business.
Company boss Allison defends himself by Allen means, stages intrigues and finally leaves the oil camp on fire. He blames the fire on the Indians to convince the commission that the complaint by the "redskins" is purely an act of revenge.
The Indians cannot enforce their rights, and Chris, like many others, pays his stake with life. But they are in the way of the white planters.
First, they want the country, second, they see their existence endangered by the fact that more and more black slaves are fleeing to the Seminoles.
The northern sawmill owner Moore, married to a Seminolin, is for peaceful agreement and against slavery - because he believes he can make better profit with free wage workers.
Plantation owner Raynes, however, is in favor of a military strike. Chief Osceola recognizes the danger and tries to avoid the provocations of the whites.
But he cannot prevent the outbreak of war The whites have added a new means to the violent displacement of the Indians.
They sell their land to them with sales contracts and thereby push them more and more into the sterile western areas.
Governor Harrison of Indiana is the greediest. In order to stop him, Shawnee chief Tecumseh tries to unite the Indians.
He succeeds in founding a tribal union that declares the Indian land to be unsaleable common property. Chiefs who still sell are killed. Harrison raided the headquarters of Tecumseh's followers in The survivors flee to Canada and join the English who are at war with America, the so-called Second War of Independence.
The Indians, Tecumseh in the uniform of a brigade general, are abandoned by the inferior English and defeated by the Americans in a battle.
In order to make the escape and resistance of the Indians impossible, the horses are requisitioned. Chief White Feather decides to bring the horses back.
He disguises himself as a harmless fisherman and is arrested by the army. He is very welcome as a scout to the whites and is put in the herd of horses to be driven to Fort Lapwei - by only seven soldiers.
But among them is a clever sergant who becomes a strong adversary. With Cunning, White Feather succeeds in snatching the horses from the army weakened by other battles.
The deposits of precious metals have also brought the American geologist Johnson on the scene. He wants the land and wages a massacre among the Indians in the Santa Rita settlement with an army cannon.
He also receives a huge premium for the scalp. Few Indians have survived and escaped, including Chief Ulzana. According to tribal laws, they persecute the killer to take revenge.
Running time: 90 min. It is a profitable crop and they can trade the surpluses. The Tucson businessmen and settlers fear for their profits, especially the men from the "Tucson Ring" who collect the money donated by the government to supply the Indians and provide them with spoiled food.
They attack and blow up the irrigation system. Native Americans in German popular culture are largely portrayed in a romanticized, idealized, and fantasy-based manner, that relies on historicised stereotypical depictions of Plains Indians , rather than the contemporary realities facing the real, and diverse, Indigenous peoples of the Americas.
Sources written by German people for example Hitler are also prioritised over those by Native American peoples themselves. Since the 18th century, this fascination with imaginary Native Americans has had specific influences on German popular culture, environmentalism, literature, art, historical reenactment , theatrical and film depictions of Indigenous Americans.
Hartmut Lutz coined the term, Indianthusiasm , for this phenomenon. Glenn Penny states a striking sense, for over two centuries, of affinity among Germans for their ideas of what American Indians are like.
According to him, those affinities stem from German polycentrism, notions of tribalism, longing for freedom, and a melancholy sense of "shared fate.
The then popular recapitulation theory on the evolution of ideas was also involved. Philhellenism , rather strong around , faced a setback when the actual Greeks did not fulfill the classic ideals.
Antisemitism and pro-Indian stances did not necessarily exclude each other in Germany. In the s, Anton Kuh 's mockery of a contrast between Asphalt und Scholle asphalt and clod , urban literature referred to metropolitan Jews and rural-inspired Heimatschutz writings.
Much of German nationalism glorified ideas of "tribalism", using heroes of Germanic mythology and folklore such as Sigurd and Arminius , and attempting to position itself as an alternative role model to the colonial empires of the time and the Roman past by trying to convey the ideal of a colonizer loved by the colonized.
The way May described Native Americans was seen as helpful to better integrate German Catholics, which were "a tribe on their own" and faced Kulturkampf controversies with the Protestant dominated authorities and elite.
Glenn Penny's Kindred By Choice treats the image and changing role of masculinity connected to Indians in Germany besides a mutually assumed longing for freedom and a melancholy sense of shared doom.
Johann Gottfried Seume — was among the Hessian mercenaries contracted by the British government for military service in Canada and wrote about his encounters with Native Americans in his autobiography.
His admiration for naturality and a description of a Huron as a noble but sort of frank man is part of his poem "Der Wilde" the savage  which became well known in Germany.
Hurons Wyandot people stood in the contemporary poetry for the noble savage, Mohawks for the brute. The German Empire saw the rise of the German youth movement, especially the Wandervogel , as an antimodern culture criticism.
Authenticity, living free and close to nature, was among those aims. It closely interacted with outdoor meetings, games, songs and even commercial Wild West shows , as by Buffalo Bill and other various media.
Austrian Christian Feest attributes the popularity of the Indian in the German youth movement to the then all-European impact of lateth-century human zoos.
Paul's Church, Frankfurt am Main. Other Native Americans arrived with human zoos and took part in shows in zoological gardens and circuses. In Carl Hagenbeck — engaged among others some Iroquois for a show in Dresden.
Painter and author Rudolf Cronau , a personal friend of Sitting Bull ,  invited members of the Hunkpapa Lakota , who came to Europe in Buffalo Bill 's European shows in and between and involved several hundred Indians and were quite popular in Germany.
A strong influence on the German imagination of Native Americans is the work of Karl May — , who wrote various novels about the American Wild West which relied upon, and further developed, this romantic image.
Karl May found admirers among such different personalities as Ernst Bloch , Peter Handke and Adolf Hitler , but has almost no presence in English-speaking countries.
His most famous books, mainly about the Wild West with a fictional Apache, Winnetou , among the main characters, were at first deemed 19th-century pulp fiction.
Winnetou was described by some as "an apple Indian" outside red, inside white. May drew his inspiration among other sources from Balduin Möllhausen , who had traveled in the Rocky Mountains in with Duke Paul Wilhelm of Württemberg , and George Catlin 's reports, which were popular in Germany.
A parodistic adaptation of the genre, the comedy Der Schuh des Manitu , was among the biggest box office hits in Germany. At the end of the 19th century, there was a widespread notion of a coming new humanity, building on then-current esoteric myths such as those of Helena Blavatsky and Rudolf Steiner as well as on popularly accepted philosophy such as Nietzsche 's Übermensch.
May was no esoteric, but a devout Protestant Christian, published by Catholic publishing houses. He used Winnetou and other protagonists Winnetou's mentor Klekih-Petra, a former German 48er , became a member of the Apache tribe less as 'apple Indians' than as personifications of his dream of a German-Native American synthesis based on shared Christian faith.
Austrian novelist Robert Müller's Tropen. Der Mythos der Reise. Urkunden eines deutschen Ingenieurs Tropics, The myth of travel is an important early example of a German exotic novel.
See also Indian brave. Prior to European contact, the Native American population is estimated to have been in the millions. But , the population had been severely impacted by genocide, warfare and disease brought by the colonists.
The destruction of communities and culture gave rise to the idea of the "Vanishing Indian". Friedrich Nietzsche 's popular, The Gay Science praised endurance of pain as a prerequisite of true philosophy.
Nietzsche drew parallels between his ideas of contemporary Indians and his preference for Pre-Socratic philosophy and "pre-civilized", "pre-rational" thinking.
The German approach was somewhat different from the Social Darwinism taking place in the majority of American society at the time, [ citation needed ] as the German stereotypes were more idealized than denigrating.
However, Americans have also perpetrated the same, problematic idealization in a parallel tradition of Playing Indian - simultaneously mimicking stereotypical ideas and imagery of "Indians" and "Indianness", while also dismissing, and making invisible real, contemporary Indian people.
Stefan George , a charismatic networker and author, saw and studied Indians as role models of his own cosmogony , using ecstatic and unmediated experiences to provide a sacred space for himself and his disciples.
George has been quoted with "Nietzsche may have known the Greek philosophers, but I am aware about the Red Indians".
Both their own comrades and the enemy shared the stereotypical image of them as a "vanishing race" but with a strong warrior spirit.
German soldiers feared Indian snipers , messengers and shock troops and the Allied troops were already using Indian languages via " windtalkers " to encode open communication.
By , the Indigenous population in the USA had risen to about , Johnny Cash 's recording of The Ballad of Ira Hayes , which commemorates the Pima soldier of the title who was one of the six men who raised the American flag on Iwo Jima , also became popular in Germany.
Veterans are highly honored in most Native American communities, and many who serve in tribal government are veterans.
There was a widespread cultural passion for Native Americans in Germany throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
A popular theme of Indianthusiasm novels under the Second Reich were stories of German immigrants settling in rugged places such as the wilderness of Canada, where Auslandsdeutschtum "Germanness abroad" served as a civilizing force that tamed the wilderness while also simultaneously offered up a very romanticized picture of the First Nations of Canada as "noble savages".
Imagery of Native Americans was appropriated in Nazi propaganda and used both against the US and to promote a " holistic understanding of Nature" among Germans, which gained widespread support from various segments of the political spectrum in Germany.
During the German Autumn in , an anonymous text by a leftist Göttinger Mescalero spoke positively of the murder of German attorney general Siegfried Buback and used the positive image of Stadtindianer Urban Indians within the radical left.
After , the "Wild West" of the 19th century became a historical zone in German popular imagination where it was the victors in World War II who were committing genocide.
In East Germany, there were so many films devoted to the subject of the Indians that the term Indianerfilme was coined to describe the genre. More recently, Indianthusiasm has been linked to the rise of environmentalism in Germany, where the traditional lifestyles of the Indians is portrayed in a romantic manner as superior to modern industrial civilization of the West.
The open-air theatre was laid out in , inspired by the ideas of the Thingspiele movement, which was active in the early stages of the Nazi period.
The Communist East German government had major problems with the mixed heritage of May's works: his strong Christian leanings and his broad support, including on the political right.
His books were not available for a long time, and "indianistic" reenactors were closely monitored by the security forces. Some prominent communist philosophers, such as Karl Marx ' friend and sponsor Friedrich Engels , had used Native American tribal structures as examples for theories on family, private property, and the state.
In West Germany May's heritage was less problematic; both the books and the festivals were soon copied and reprinted. The Federal Republic experienced some aspects of an idealized Indian image during the Protests of and the related generation and in the founding phase of Die Grünen and NGOs like Greenpeace , which have a strong influence in Germany.
Cultural critics tended to depict Indians positively to criticize Western society while conflicts of and with actual Native Americans over issues such as fur hunting, slavery , forest fire triggering, non-sustainable practices such as buffalo jumps , seal clubbing and whaling were neglected.
The positive image, however, also influenced the self-image of actual Indians. Native American hobbyism in Germany , also called Indian Hobbyism , or Indianism , is the performance and attempt at historical reenactment of the American Indian culture of the early contact period, rather than the way contemporary Indigenous peoples of the Americas live.
This is done by non- Natives as a hobby and pastime, such as for a weekend retreat, hobbyist pow wow , or summer camp.
According to the history laid out in H. Glenn Penny's Kindred By Choice ,  many Germans identify their roots as tribes that lived independently of one another that were colonized by Romans and forced to become Christians.
Because of this distant tribal background and history of colonization, and in fact all ancient Europeans lived tribally at some point in their history, many of these Germans identify with Native Americans more than European nations in contemporary times.
These Germans are also interested in depiction of Native Americans in art and anthropology. Penny also details how Germans often denounced the violence inflicted upon Native peoples by the United States government.
Another factor in the popularity of Hobbyism in Germany can be attributed to the many Wild West shows that toured throughout Germany and featured real Native Americans in stereotypical "cowboy and Indian" performances.
German Hobbyism is generally believed to have been largely popularized by the dime-store novelist Karl May , whose fictional Apache warrior character, Winnetou , and his German blood-brother, Old Shatterhand , adventure throughout the Wild West.
In one of the many novels, Winnetou is murdered and Old Shatterhand avenges him and ultimately becomes an Apache chief. The Winnetou novels were first published in the s.
The first such hobbyist club was the Cowboy Club founded in Munich in Katrin Sieg's Ethnic Drag discusses the differences between West German Hobbyism and East German Hobbyism, saying that while West Germany could continue to openly participate in the hobby, East Germans had to go underground for fear of being targeted as rebels.
This translated to a difference in opinion between East and West in how they interacted with real Native Americans; East German hobbyist clubs often interacted with Native Americans and supported them in their issues financially.
On the other hand, West Germans often avoided contact with real Native Americans, which Sieg surmises is because they feared being told they are not truly Native American.
These patterns continue to be true today. Dakota academic Philip Deloria theorizes in his book Playing Indian that there are two types of Hobbyism—people Hobbyism and item Hobbyism.
The East German interest in having hobbyists start engaging with living Native Americans may be partially attributable to the fact that the East German government began to recognize the propaganda value; criticism of the historical treatment of American Indians could be used as an example of why East Germans citizens should criticize US policies in general.
May's novels featuring Winnetou and Old Shatterhand have been adapted into both theatrical and film productions in German-speaking countries.
It is believed that film adaptations of Karl May's characters in the s may have saved the West German film industry. German Hobbyism continues today in the form of festivals, museums, pow wows, theater, and clubs.
Hobbyists that organize through the means of a club host pow wows and teach each other and communities about Native American culture.
The topic of German Hobbyism has become more recently documented by mainstream news sources New York Times , the Huffington Post , and independent filmmakers such as Howie Summers, who created a short documentary titled Indianer that explores German Hobbyists and their fascinations.
He described the participants as wearing as many "breastplates, bear claw necklaces, feathers and bone jewelry as they seemed able to physically support," and that the attendees also wore Native American costumes in addition to the hobbyist dancers.
In , it was estimated that between 40,, Germans are involved in Indianer hobbyist clubs at any given moment. During this time, we live in tipis, we wear only Indian clothes.
We don't use technology and we try to follow Indian traditions. In two weeks, every tribe can fight each other.
We don't know when somebody will attack or when they will come to steal our horses. And the battles are always exciting, too. I really enjoy them".
The main criticism of German Hobbyism by Native American journalists and academics argues on the basis of cultural appropriation and misrepresentation of Native American cultures and identities.
Deloria dubs it "playing Indian," which he defines as the adoption or portrayal of being Native by Anglo-American individuals. These actions are often motivated by hobby and sometimes financial gain.
Further, Deloria writes that these individuals and groups who play Indian build a collectivity in their performance of otherness, which in turn defines their own identity through the distinction of playing the national " other.
Katrin Sieg applies the thoughts and ideas of Deloria to the performance studies field in Germany. Her book Ethnic Drag discusses the ways in which Germans have historically dressed up as "othered" peoples, which includes Jews , Native Americans, and Turks.
While the portrayals of Jews and Turks were largely negative stereotypes, the portrayal of Native Americans differed in that they were seen as heroic and noble.
The first Native American women's theater troupe known as Spiderwoman Theater traveled to Germany and Europe in order to perform a satire of the European and particularly German fascination with Native Americans.
According to Spiderwoman Theater, it was an act of resistance meant to reclaim their identity as real Native Americans. In , a Canadian Ojibwe painter Ahmoo Allen Angeconeb visited West Germany where he discovered his paintings were selling better than in Canada, looking for a chance to exhibit his work.
So when they found out I was Ojibewe they had no idea who the Ojibewe were. We weren't Plains Indians, so therefore we weren't "real Indians" And then, they seem to have this romantic view that they didn't want to have altered.
I was too "real" an Indian for them. They wanted to keep their romantic view; they didn't want to hear about the modern way of living for Ojibewe people here.
That we lived in wooden-structure homes, that we drove cars". Red Haircrow has written articles from Berlin , where he resides, regarding the controversial aspects of Hobbyism from the perspective of a real Native American.
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