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10 Tough Tribes Feared By The Us Army

KIOWA
The Kiowa, an ally of the dreaded Comanche, were usually at odds with anyone the Comanche went to war with, including the US Army. For nearly 50 years, the Kiowa moved from the central United States’ Westward to join the Comanche Group in trading and raiding from the American Southwest into Mexico, killing thousands. Even after most Kiowa were forced to relocate to reservations in 1877, many warrior bands remained free on the American frontier.

KAZAKH

The Kazakh tribe is from Asia and is known for being great warriors and eagle hunters. The Kazakhs have never blown anyone in history and are unlikely to do so in the future. They are tough, incredibly resilient, and extremely strong. They are also extremely self-sufficient, requiring no assistance from others and having the ability to easily train their bodies to adapt to almost any type of weather.

CHEYENNE

As more settlers flocked to the Rocky Mountain region, heavily armed militias began to prowl the area, raiding the neighboring Arapaho and Cheyenne tribal settlements on a regular basis. In response, the Cheyenne began to fight back, forming various warrior bands, including the now-famous Dog soldiers-Warriors, who would stand firm no matter what came at them. The Dog Soldiers would bring together Cheyenne and Arapaho tribesmen to wreak total havoc on the Colorado ranching industry.

Cheyenne Nation • FamilySearch

YALI

The YALI Tribe has made Papua, New Guinea, their permanent home. They are said to be cannibals, which means they will eat human flesh and should be feared by their enemies. The YALI’s have been known to completely destroy their enemies’ bodies, as well as turn them into dust and throw them into a nearby river.

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SIOUX
The Sioux were not the first tribe to oppose the US government, nor were they the last, but they were certainly the most well-known. To name a few, the Sioux once produced some of the most notable names and locations in all possible Indian battles, including Little Bighorn, Red Cloud, Custer’s Last Stand, Sitting Bull, and Crazy Horses. When the army arrived at the bands of Sioux warriors, they didn’t know if they would be fighting only the few warriors they could see or if another 5,000 to at least 7,000 warriors were watching from somewhere they couldn’t see.

Sioux | Tribes, Meaning, Languages, Religion, & Facts | Britannica

 

 

APACHE
Fighting the Apache Tribes was undoubtedly the one thing on which the Union and Confederate Armies could agree. During the early days of the civil war, Confederate forces fought the Apaches in the west before moving on to the actual civil war. Apache clans would rarely congregate in such large numbers. They only did so to concentrate all of their forces against the US Army in surprisingly large formations. The US Army despised the Apaches so much that they would fight any sized organization they came across, fearful of them banding together to form a battle party. It took over two decades of concerted effort to finally put an end to Apache resistance.

Apache | History, Culture, & Facts | Britannica

COMANCHE

The Comanches not only hampered the Army’s efforts to contain or even destroy them, but they also massacred various native tribes, eradicating or driving them from their traditional lands. The Spanish empire eventually stopped expanding northward because they were stopped by the Comanches. The Texan Republic also halted its westward expansion due to Comanches. Because of the Comanches, the United States Frontier eventually receded. By the end of the 1860s, the men who had won the civil war for the union were now busy running the country, and President Grant, General Philip Sheridan, and Commander of the US Army William Tecumseh Sherman were dead set on putting an end to the Comanche threat, finally subduing them with a powerful and overwhelming force in 1875.

Comanche Nation | UTA Libraries Digital Gallery

CHUKCHI
The CHUKCHI tribe is thought to have settled in Russia’s Arctic region. Russia had even attempted a full-fledged battle against the Chukchi, but had never been successful. It has even been claimed that the Chukchi Leader assassinated the Russian Commander, and the Captain’s head was then used as a trophy.

THE VOLUNTARY DEATH OF THE CHUKCHI PEOPLE

 

SURI

The Suri tribe is said to be found in Ethiopia. This tribe had been taught how to fight with sticks at a very young age. This tribe places a high value on physical strength and tactics. Suri people also learn various fighting techniques that fighters use to easily defeat them.

Suffering for beauty: Stunning images of the Suri tribe who stretch their mouths using clay plates | Daily Mail Online

SENTINELESE
The only inhabitants of India’s North Sentinel island are the infamous SENTINELESE tribe. The Indian Navy constantly patrols the area, and no one is permitted to enter their territory. This tribe is said to be hostile to visitors to the island. They’ve hurled arrows and stones at any boats that come too close. The SENTINELESE have also not shied away from killing anyone who has unintentionally landed on their coast.

Sentinelese of Sentinel island: Untold history of a human tribe who exists in an isolated island since past 60,000 years! - Daily Hawker

 

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