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Comanche Indian Tribe
Comanche Indian Tribe. The Comanches were of the Shoshonean linguistic stock. They formerly dwelt with kindred tribes in Southern Wyoming. ...
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Kickapoo Indian Tribe
Additional Kickapoo History. Offsite. Kickapoo Indian History · Kickapoo Indian Customs · Kickapoo Indian Population · Kickapoo Indian Chiefs and Leaders ...
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Osage Indian Tribe
Osage Indian Tribe. The Osage tribe is theoretically separated into twenty-one fireplaces. These fireplaces were grouped into three divisions: ...
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Osage Indian Religious Beliefs
Osage Indian Religious Beliefs. The religious beliefs of the Osages are similar to those of the Kansas and other Siouan tribes. The term Wakanda had almost ...
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Don Juan de Onate
Don Juan de Onate of Coronado's Expedition. ... He described golden countries and drew a map of them which is still in existence. ...
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Delaware Indian Tribe
Delaware Indian Tribe. The name Delaware is of English origin, coming from the voyage of Lord Delaware to the Delaware River region. ...
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Pawnee Indian Tribe
With the Pawnees the scalp-lock was bound about and held in a solid body by buffalo tallow and the paints used by the Indians. It was thus so stiffened that ...
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Pawnee Indian Tribe
He had boasted to his tribe that he would relate such things, in his speech, as should cause the Pawnees to wince. With true Indian cunning, at first, ...
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Pawnee Indian Tribe
He had boasted to his tribe that he would relate such things, in his speech, as should cause the Pawnees to wince. With true Indian cunning, at first, ...
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Pawnee Indian Tribe
The deliberations lasted during the whole day: for, as these Indians had no particular ... Additional Pawnee History. Off Site. History of the Pawnee Tribe ...
 
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