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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plains_Indians

Plains Indians, Interior Plains Indians or Indigenous people of the Great Plains and Canadian ... Both groups included people indigenous to the region as well as those who were pushed west by population pressure linked to the .... By the 19th century, Comanche and Kiowa families owned an average of 35 horses and  ...

www.answers.com/Q/To_the_kiowa_Indians_the_west_meant

To the kiowa Indians the west meant? ... There are many possibilities of how the Kiowa Indians got their name from ... What is meant by walking Indian file?

www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/program/episodes/two/trailtears.htm

On the southern Plains, a large band of Kiowas were camped in the Wichita ... It was meant to be a barrier to white expansion, a place the Indians were promised  ...

www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/program/producers/momaday.htm

"My father was a great storyteller and he knew many stories from the Kiowa ... "I had a Pan-Indian experience as a child, even before I knew what that term meant  ...

nativeamericannetroots.net/diary/tag/Kiowa

Apr 18, 2013 ... The Kiowa tribe existed as a sense of common identity and in reality the .... Using stone tools for grinding corn and plant seeds meant that there was a ... Villages to the Pueblo villages in the west and the Caddoan groups to ...

toto.lib.unca.edu/sr_papers/history_sr/srhistory_2010/wilkerson_amanda.pdf

14 James Mooney, Calendar History of the Kiowa Indians (Washington: ... ed., Our Hearts Fell to the Ground: Plains Indian Views of How the West was Lost ( New ... The emphasis on raids meant that military prowess was of the greatest value ...

tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/bmk11

Jun 15, 2010 ... The Kiowa Apache Indians, a small group of Athabascan ... They called themselves "Naishandina," which in their tongue meant "our people. ... While on their trek west in 1805, Lewis and Clark mentioned the "Katakas" as ...

www.nativeamericanlinks.com/chiefs.htm

Here is a brief profile of some of the great American Indian leaders. ... properly transliterated, was Po-cha-na-quar-hip which meant "erection that won't go down" . ... Wolf) as his successor to become the Principal Chief of the Kiowa people. ... whose homeland stretched west from the Rio Grande to include most of what is ...

americanindiansource.com/buffalo%20soldiers/buffalosoldiers.html

Yet the fact remains that we lack proof that the name meant anything more than identification ... The Kiowa have no love for the historic 'Buffalo Soldiers'. ... Texas , and from present-day Fort Worth, west to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/indian-tribes/shoshone-tribe.htm

Check out this site for interesting facts about the Shoshone tribe. ... Western Shoshones, the bands west of the Rockies lived in grass huts, gathered rice and ... of the Plains Native Indians, their clothes and their tepees refer to the Kiowa Tribe. ... In their own language the name Shoshone was 'Newi' which meant the People.