Scalping spread from the Dawnland to other parts of the North American continent, before and after the American Revolution. While our research into scalp bounty acts in this lesson is not as extensive as in relation to the Dawnland, we offer readers what we have and encourage other researchers to continue to dig and discover more than we have. This lessons contains information about scalping in Pennsylvania, New York, The Carolinas, Maryland and Virginia, Kentucky, Minnesota, California, Colorado, and Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. In some of these states and territories, government officials issued bounty acts; in others private landowners paid others to hunt Indigenous people to clear the land and bring in scalps for payment; and in other places, both state actors and wealthy landowners financed campaigns of ethnic cleansing that decimated Indigenous populations, especially in places like California. We found considerable information about scalping in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, California, and Colorado and hope others will be moved to consult Tribal Historic Preservation Officers, as well as examine legislative and treasury records, and local historical society and newspaper archives so everyone has access to a full accounting of the monetization of scalping in the United States.