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White Cloud, (1784–1834) was a chief of the Native American Iowa tribe. His son
White Cloud was a leader of the Ioway, or Baxoje (pronounced bock-HO-jay), ...
along the Des Moines River where the present states of Iowa and Missouri meet.
... the Union as the twenty-fourth state in 1821, many Indian nations had rights to
.... “Two Portraits, Two Legacies: Anglo-American Artists View Chief White Cloud.
James White Cloud "The-gro-wo-nung" was born May 15, 1840 near the sight ...
James White Cloud served as Chief of the Iowa Indian Nation from 1865 till his ...
Nov 7, 2013 ... Mahaskah, or White Cloud, the elder, was the son of Mauhawgaw, ... was
principal chief of the Pauhoochee, or pierced-nose nation of Indians.
Students will learn about White Cloud, one of the chiefs of the Iowa people who
attempted ... The White Cloud, Head Chief of the Iowas, 1844/1845 ... an
exhibition of his large collection of paintings and artifacts representing American
–Ioway chief—was born along the lower Des Moines River in southeast Iowa. ...
Indians (1995); and Greg Olson, "Navigating the White Road: White Cloud's ...
George Catlin, The White Cloud, Head Chief of the Iowas, 1844-45, oil on canvas
, ....  Iowa Indians at the American Museum, The Lost Museum (American ...
Also included in the first series are color illustrations of some of the chiefs of the
Iowa Indians, dating back to Chief Mahaska I (White Cloud), born in 1784.
White Cloud, Kansas is almost a ghost town. ... The tribe's chief, Ma-Hush-Kah, or
White Cloud, lived near the Missouri River at a place called Iowa Point in a ... The
Indian Chief was buried near a large tree overlooking the Missouri River, ...
History of the Ioway Indians. ... The Ioway tribe (also spelled Iowa) is also known
as the Báxoje. In prehistoric ... Chief White Cloud, painting by George Catlin.