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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiowa

The Kiowas are a tribe of Native Americans. They migrated from western Montana southward .... They were hunters and gatherers, meaning they did not live in one area long enough to grow plants or crops, but did trade with sedentary tribes ...

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The Kiowa used bows and arrows, and also spears, knives, and darts. The arrowheads were made of sharpened flint (rock), and the spines of the prickly pear ...

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For three decades prior to 1928 Edward S. Curtis ranged the American West from ... Since the publication of Mooney's Calendar History of the Kiowa Indians in .... frontier cavalry to deliver their full meaning and impact as they appear here.

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  ...

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"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  ...

www.bigorrin.org/kiowa_kids.htm

Information about the Kiowa Indians for students and teachers. ... The Kiowas traded regularly with other tribes of the Great Plains and the Western Plateau.

www.legendsofamerica.com/na-kiowa.html

Originating from the northern basin of the Missouri River, The Kiowa would be pushed ... If you love American History, travel destinations, the Old West, and more ...

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Mar 24, 2011 ... Kiowa oral tradition tells of a time when they lived far to the north, ... Upon returning home, he told of the tribe of a land stocked with ... Since the horse is considerably larger than the dog, this meant that longer tipi poles could be carried. ... This bundle would be placed at the western side of the Sun Dance ...

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.