User:Smallchief

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Smallchief, the Memsahib, and Yellow Cur III

This page is about a Wikipedia editor, a harmless drudge. It is not part of the encyclopedia. For the original Smallchief, see Joseph James and Joseph James, Jr..[1]

Smallchief has lived in, worked in, or visited 80 countries on five continents as a chronicler of war, insurrection, and humanitarian disaster. Now retired, he reads, writes, walks, and grows heirloom tomatoes and Indian corn. Smallchief (Ky-he-ga-shin-ga) is a family name dating from 1825 when an American Indian ancestor of that name signed a treaty with the United States government.

Smallchief is a content creator who believes that recording the obscure is more interesting than reiterating the obvious.

Contributions focus on the Indians of the Americas and the explorers, mostly Spanish and French, who first encountered them. He also creates and edits articles about the Boxer Rebellion, China missionaries, refugees, World War II internees, the Vietnam War, women's soccer, conservation and protected areas, and agricultural history.

Articles created by Smallchief listed by total views, July 1, 2015 to Dec 31, 2016 (* denotes data missing for part of the time period)
Title (month and year created) total views average daily views
1. List of most important agricultural crops worldwide (8/2013) 91,552 166
2. Fetterman Fight (8/2012) 82,598 150
3. Siege of the Legations, Beijing 1900 (9/2010) 79,453 144
4. List of largest lakes of the United States by volume (3/2011) 74,078 135
5. Indochina refugee crisis (5/2013) 56,407 103
6. Coahuiltecan people (2/2012) 56,358 102
7. Demobilization of United States armed forces after World War II (10/2013) 48,369 88
8. Cambodian genocide denial (5/2013) 45,461 83
9. Santo Tomas Internment Camp (9/2011) 34,780 63
10. Depopulation of the Great Plains (5/2013) 30,934 56
11. Jumano Indians (4/2010) 30,515 55
12. Agriculture in the prehistoric Southwest (7/2012) 23,933 44
13. Comanche-Mexico Wars (9/2010) 20,924 38
14. Lost Battalion (Pacific, World War II) (12/2014) 20,873 38
15. Leonor Cortes Moctezuma (12/2010) 19,452 36
16. Seymour Expedition, China 1900 (9/2010) 14,615 27
17. Sofia Huerta (11/2013) 13,504 25
18. Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site (1/2011) 13,201 24
19. Monica Gonzalez (soccer) (12/2013) 11,427 21
20. Prehistoric agriculture on the Great Plains (7/2013) 11,265 20
21. Battle of Platte Bridge (11/ 2012) 11,164 20
22. Cambodian humanitarian crisis (2/2014) 10,991 20
23. Battle of Julesburg (3/2012) 9,054 16
24. Black Kettle National Grassland (Oklahoma) (11/2011) 8,786 16
25. Ann Bridge (3/2013) 7,767 14
26. 1954 in the Vietnam War (7/2014) 7,593 14
27. Nez Perce in Yellowstone Park (11/2012) 7,099 13
28. Operation Crazy Horse (5/2015) 6,650 12
29. Caprice Dydasco (1/2015) 6,645 12
30. Bianca Sierra (4/2014) 6,571 12
31. Lomas (7/2016) 6,420 12
32. 1940-1946 in the Vietnam War (11/2015 5,002* 12
33. Battle of the Twin Villages (12/2012) 5,909 11
34. Ban Vinai Refugee Camp (1/2016) 3,891* 11
35. Pre-Columbian rafts (8/2016) 1,676* 11
36, List of U.S. states by changes in life expectancy, 1985-2010 (10/2016) 798* 10
37. Llanos de Moxos (archaeology) (11/16) 437* 10
38. Ollokot (1/2012) 5,205 9
39. Manso Indians (5/2010) 5,118 9
40. Agave murpheyi (6/2012) 5,031 9
41. Oroncota (9/2016) 1,011 9
42. 1985 United States women's national soccer team (10/2012) 4,597 8
43. Querecho Indians (3/2010) 4,267 8
44. Pedro Vial (1/2013) 4,237 8
45. Battle of Mud Springs (3/2012) 4,147 8
46. El Cielo Biosphere (12/2014) 4,124 8
47. National Security Action Memorandum 273 (11/2015) 3,071* 8
48. Kings River (Arkansas) (6/2013) 3,993 7
49. Teyas Indians (3/2010) 3,902 7
50. Suma Indians (2/2012) 3,822 7
51. Pierre Antoine and Paul Mallet (12/2011) 3,750 7
52. Battle of Rush Creek (3/2012) 3,741 7
53. Operation Thayer (5/2015) 3,705 7
54. Gaspar Castaño de Sosa (5/2010) 3,650 7
55. Casma/Sechin culture (1/2016) 2,392* 7
56. Camp Holmes Internment Camp (4/2016) 1,710* 7
57. Chiribaya culture (6/2016) 1,286* 7
58. Fort Fizzle (Montana) (1/2012) 3,513 6
59. White Plume (2/2010) 3,480 6
60. Acaxee Rebellion (2/2011) 3,464 6
61. Battle of Cottonwood (1/2012) 3,437 6
62. La Junta Indians (11/2010) 3,430 6
63. Reductions (7/2016) 3,242 6
64. Bustamante, Nuevo León (1/2013) 3,211 6
65. Eastern Bolivian Guarani (10/2016) 3,100* 6
66. Whizbang, Oklahoma (10/2011) 3,082 6
67. Claude Charles Du Tisne (4/2010) 3,082 6
68. San Pedro Parks Wilderness (4/2012) 2,992 5
69. Joseph James and Joseph James, Jr. (8/10) 2,920 5
70. Charlotte White (1/2013) 2,847 5
71. Sierra de Tamaulipas (2/2013) 2,710 5
72. Antelope Creek Phase (11/2010) 2,603 5
73. Southern Plains villagers (2/2015) 2,474 5
74. Juan de Ulibarrí (1/2016) 1,768* 5
75. 1947-50 in the Vietnam War (11/2015) 757* 5
76.Mesa de Maya (8/2013) 2,401 4
77. Tompiro Indians (5/2010) 2,331 4
78, Chamuscado and Rodriguez Expedition (3/2010) 2,276 4
79. Oberlin Band (China) (12/12) 2,217 4
80. Rayado Indians (3/2010) 2,084 4
81. Jeffrey Race (8/2015) 2,008* 4
82. William Walker (Wyandot leader) (9/2011) 2,057 4
83. Susanna Carson Rijnhart (4/2011) 2,046 4
84. Sierra del Burro (3/2013) 2,014 4
85. Taovaya Indians (8/2010) 1,985 4
86. Las Haldas (1/2016) 1,420* 4
87. Paria, Bolivia (6/2016) 747* 4
88. Francis Dunlap Gamewell (9/2010) 1,903 3
89. George E. Hyde (7/2010) 1,790 3
90. J. T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve (3/2011) 1,775 3
91. Manzano Wilderness (4/2012) 1,729 3
92. Escanjaque Indians (3/2010) 1,692 3
93. Umana and Leyba expedition (2010) 1,446 3
94. Battle of Kuruyuki (11/16) 148* 3
95. Sierra de San Borja (3/2016) 992* 3
96. Lewis Hector Garrard (12/2011) 1,228 2
97. Cynthia Farrar (1/2013) 1,155 2
98. Juan Sabeata (4/2010) 1,134 2
99. Niobrara Valley Preserve (5/2011) 1, 181 2
100. Albert Shelton (3/2014) 1,171 2
101. Quautlatas (2/2011) 1,086 2
102 Sierra de Picachos (3/2013) 1,031 2
103. Sierra de San Carlos (3/2013) 1,030 2
104. Jusepe Gutierrez (3/2010) 987 2
105. Nicolas de Aguilar (8/2010) 871 2
106. Mayer Halff (10/2015) 771* 2
107. China Centenary Missionary Conference (4/2011) 694 1
108. McPherson Valley Wetlands (9/2012) 690 1
109. Katie Johnson (soccer) (1/2017)
110. Quispiguanca (1/2017)
111. Lionel Rosenblatt (2/2017)
112. Saraguro people (3/2017)
113. Inca-Caranqui (4/2017)

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Articles with major contributions by Smallchief (at least 2,500 bytes added)[edit]

2017[edit]

Apiaguaiki Tumpa; Bears Ears National Monument; Harlan County, Kentucky; Incan agriculture; Sabinoso Wilderness; The Kelly Family, Tumebamba; Worthington Mountains

2016[edit]

Anden; Calathea allouia; Camp O'Donnell; Canna indica; Chincha people; El Fuerte de Samaipata; Guaycura people; Huchuy Qosqo; Kennewick Man; Las Vegas culture (archaeology); Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva; Lupaca; Mantaro Valley; Margaret Utinsky; Maranta arundinacea; Misión San Francisco Javier de Viggé-Biaundó; Misión Santa Rosa de las Palmas; Monqui; Misión de Nuestra Señora de Loreto Conchó; New Bilibid Prison; Qullqa; Sacred Valley; Sechin Bajo; Sierra de Juárez; Solutrean hypothesis; Spanish missions in Baja California; Weaving.

2015[edit]

Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge; Big Lake National Wildlife Refuge; Burma Railway; Civilian Internee; Dead Indian Pass; Dismal River culture; Einkorn wheat; Fragging; Jerry Daniels; Land reform in Vietnam; National Security Action Memorandum 263; North Vietnam; Occupation of the Channel Islands; Operation Masher; Operations Enhance and Enhance Plus; Pinus remota; Pinyon pine; Qinngua Valley; Raton Mesa; Siege of Plei Me; Strategic Hamlet Program; 1971 in the Vietnam War; 1972 in the Vietnam War; 1973 in the Vietnam War.

2014[edit]

Aldama Municipality, Tamaulipas; Cambodian Civil War; Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support; Gareth Porter; Gómez Farías Municipality, Tamaulipas; Hearts and Minds (Vietnam); Llera de Canales, Tamaulipas; Operation Freedom Deal; Operation Menu; Orderly Departure Program; Sarah Hagen; Vietnamese boat people; Vietnam War; Vietnam War casualties; White River National Wildlife Refuge; 1955 in the Vietnam War; 1956 in the Vietnam War; 1957 in the Vietnam War; 1958 in the Vietnam War; 1959 in the Vietnam War; 1960 in the Vietnam War; 1961 in the Vietnam War; 1962 in the Vietnam War; 1963 in the Vietnam War; 1964 in the Vietnam War; 1965 in the Vietnam War; 1966 in the Vietnam War.

2013[edit]

Battle of Powder River; Bolson de Mapimi; Battle of the Rosebud; Cache River National Wildlife Refuge; Cofitachequi; Comanche Wars; El Naranjo, San Luis Potosi; Fatu Huku; General Zaragoza, Nuevo León; Great Sioux War of 1876; Hiva Oa; Little River (Red River); List of rivers of Arkansas; Maderas del Carmen; Mountain Fork; Noam Chomsky's political views; Open field system; Operation New Life; Protestant Missions in China 1807-1953; San Andres National Wildlife Refuge; Sierra del Carmen; Soto La Marina River; Tamasopo, San Luis Potosi; Xilitla, San Luis Potosi; Valle Vidal; Vermejo Park Ranch

2012[edit]

Apache-Mexico Wars; Battle of Bear Paw; Battle of the Big Hole; Battle of Big Mound; Battle of Camas Creek; Battle of Canyon Creek; Battle of Dead Buffalo Lake; Battle of the Badlands; Battle of the Clearwater; Battle of Killdeer Mountain; Battle of Stony Lake; Battle of the Tongue River; Battle of Whitestone Hill; Blue River (Oklahoma); Casas Grandes; Chickasaw National Recreation Area; Coahuiltecan languages; Deep Fork River; Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge; El Chino Mine; Europe First; Gila Wilderness; Gun politics in the United States; Hayfield Fight; Henry Kelsey; James Kirker; List of lakes, reservoirs, and dams in Kansas; Looking Glass (Native American leader); Northern Chinese Famine of 1876-1879; Opata people; Powder River Expedition (1865); Psoralea esculenta; Pueblo Revolt; Red Cloud's War; Tepary beans; Thomas Moonlight; Wagon Box Fight; Yaqui people; Yvette Pierpaoli.

2011[edit]

Aldo Leopold Wilderness; Alice Mildred Cable; Annie Royle Taylor; Battle of Peking (1900); Battle of Tientsin; Battle of Valverde; Battle of White Bird Canyon; Bernard de la Harpe; Burbank, Oklahoma; Cheyenne Bottoms; Chichimeca War; Chilocco Indian Agricultural School; Cimarron National Grassland; Comanche National Grassland; Dawes Act; Edward Hobart Seymour; Evangeline Frances "Eva" French; First Battle of Adobe Walls; Folsom, New Mexico; Francesca Law French; Francisco Tenamaztle; Henry M. Teller; History of New Mexico; Isaac McCoy; James Owen Dorsey; John Hay Air Base; Johnson Mesa; Kansa language; Kiowa National Grassland; Kit Carson; List of Lakes in Oklahoma; List of lakes of the United States by area; Nez Perce War; Quivira National Wildlife Refuge; Saur Revolution; Spiro Mounds; Shidler, Oklahoma; Sugarite Canyon State Park; Tepehuán Revolt; Verendrye Brothers' journey to the Rocky Mountains

2010[edit]

Antonio de Espejo; Battle of Beicang; Battle of Dagu Forts (1900); Battle of Yangcun; Boxer Rebellion; Deer Creek/Bryson Paddock Sites; Eastern Agricultural Complex; Edgar Buell; Étienne de Veniard, Sieur de Bourgmont; Francisco Vasquez de Coronado; George Bent; Half Breed Tract; Isabel Moctezuma; Juan de Onate; Juan de Tolosa; Kaw (tribe); Laotian Civil War; List of rivers of Kansas; List of rivers of Oklahoma; Long Tieng; Mixton war; Newkirk, Oklahoma; Plains Indians; Po'pay; Preah Vihear Temple; Quivira; Sa Kaeo Refugee Camp; Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge; Tallgrass Prairie Preserve; Walnut River (Kansas); White Hair; Wichita people; Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

Awards[edit]

Wiki-stripe1.svg Military history reviewers' award
By order of the Military history WikiProject coordinators, for your good work helping with the WikiProject's Peer and A-Class reviews for the period Oct–Dec 2010, I hereby award you this Military history WikiProject Reviewers' award. AustralianRupert (talk) 06:20, 5 January 2011 (UTC)

Keep track of upcoming reviews. Just copy and paste {{WPMILHIST Review alerts}} to your user space

Writers Barnstar Hires.png The Writer's Barnstar
For fantastic work creating Battle of Cottonwood which I just cleared through AfC. But it could have been awarded for any of dozens of other excellent articles, I think. Chiswick Chap (talk) 16:45, 12 January 2012 (UTC)
Tireless Contributor Barnstar.gif The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
Awarded to content creator Smallchief in recognition of an accomplished body of work that, on examination, I find both impressive and intimidating. On behalf of those who benefit from your efforts in the past, present and future, I salute you as a notable Wikipedian! Jusdafax 19:44, 25 November 2012 (UTC)
A Tshirt!
I thought that you deserved something a bit extra for all of the amazing work you've done for the project.
I've nominated you for a gift from the Wikimedia Foundation!

Djembayz (talk) 12:54, 16 December 2012 (UTC)

Original Barnstar Hires.png The Original Barnstar
Thanks for all the work you've put in writing Plains Indian and Aridoamerica cultural articles! Uyvsdi (talk) 16:12, 6 August 2013 (UTC)
Writers Barnstar Hires.png The Writer's Barnstar
Thank you for creating El Cielo Biosphere and participating in WikiProject Mexico. Your work is greatly appreciated. You should nominate it for DYK! ComputerJA () 00:14, 22 December 2014 (UTC)
  1. ^ Thanks to User: John of Reading for the idea.