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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahaska_(Native_American_leader)

Mahaska or White Cloud, (1784–1834) was a chief of the Native American Iowa tribe. His son, also named Mahaska, was better known as Francis White Cloud.

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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  ...

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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 ...

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–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 ...

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This is a portrait of Mew-hu-she-kaw (also known as White Cloud and No Heart- of-Fear), one of several leaders of the Iowa tribe of American Indians in ...

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Students will learn about White Cloud, one of the chiefs of the Iowa people who ... of his large collection of paintings and artifacts representing American Indians.

www.accessgenealogy.com/native/mahaskah-or-white-cloud-ioway-chief.htm

Nov 7, 2013 ... Mahaskah or White Cloud, Ioway Chief. ... the Wounding Arrow, who was principal chief of the Pauhoochee, or pierced-nose nation of Indians.

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Photo CA 1904 "Chief White Cloud of Iowa Indian Nation" | eBay.

www.khanacademy.org/humanities/art-americas/us-art-19c/romanticism-us/a/catlin-the-white-cloud-head-chief-of-the-iowas

The White Cloud wears the traditional costume of the Iowa chieftain, indicative ... Catlin's portrayal of Indian chiefs galvanized the imagination of a generation of ...