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Q: Why did Chief Joseph agree to surrender?
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What did chief Joseph agree to surrender?

because he was a chief

Why did chief Joseph choose to surrender?

cold,tired and hungry.

Why did Chief Joseph advise his people to surrender?

Chief Joseph was forced to surrender or face extinction. The US Policy at the time was to kill all 'Indians' that could claim land and who would not surrender, Chief Joseph and his tribe owned around 42,874 square miles of land (the same size as the State of Virginia) that the United States wanted, at all costs.

When did Chief Joseph surrender?

April 22 1867, he go on his knees and sucked and dis peanuts

When did Chief Joseph 2nd surrender?

April 22 1867, he go on his knees and sucked and dis peanuts

Who said from where the sun stands now i will fight no more forever?

chief Joseph the younger of the nez perce

Who said from where the sun now stands you will fight no more forever?

Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe tried to lead his people to Canada for safety. They were just forty miles from the Canadian Village when they were captured by the Army. Despondent and worried about his people he made the famous surrender speech. The last line of it is actually "From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever"

Why did chief Joseph of the nez perce Indians advise his people to surrender?

Resistance was hoopeless Resistance was simply too impossibly hopeless for them.

In 1877 Chief Joseph spoke about his surrender to the U.S. Army. Chief Joseph mentioned reasons for surrendering but one reason in particular seems to stand out. Which one of these reasons did Chief J?

I want to have time to look for my children and see how many of them I can find. Maybe I shall find them among the dead.

What did chief Joseph believe in?

Chief Joseph, a leader of the Nez Perce tribe, believed in maintaining peace and honoring the land. He advocated for the rights and autonomy of his people, resisting forced relocation and seeking a peaceful coexistence with settlers. Chief Joseph's famous surrender speech, "From where the sun stands, I will fight no more forever," reflects his commitment to peace and understanding.

Chief of the Nez Perce Indians?

Chief Joseph

Who was the nez perce leader who battled the government both in combat and court system?

Chief Joseph the Younger