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  • To read Carlos Castaneda (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    To read Carlos Castaneda  (1999)  by Guillermo Marín Ruiz, translated by Wikisource 1207870To read Carlos CastanedaGuillermo Marín RuizWikisource1999
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  • Kutenai Tales/1 (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    Coyote said: "Let us go." Fox said: "Yes, let us be friends." Then he started. He went along. He saw people. There were many tents. Then they had a race.
    740 bytes (104 words) - 22:39, 27 October 2015
  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Crow Indians (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    or Absarokas (the name for a species of hawk), a tribe of North American Indians of Siouan stock. They are now settled to the number of some 1800 on a
    982 bytes (126 words) - 04:52, 25 June 2013
  • Chippewa Indians of Minnesota v. United States 1154461Works entitled Chippewa Indians of Minnesota v. United States Chippewa Indians of Minnesota v.
    319 bytes (61 words) - 09:14, 16 September 2015
  • The Stone of the Sun and the First Chapter of the History of Mexico  (1921)  by Enrique Juan Palacios, translated by Frederick Starr 348527The Stone
    799 bytes (267 words) - 16:57, 20 March 2014
  • American tribe of the Delaware family, originally one of the three great divisions of that race. They were sometimes called the Wolf tribe of the Delawares
    693 bytes (90 words) - 04:53, 25 June 2013
  • Introduction to the Anthropology of the New World CLARK WISSLER Curator of Anthropology in the American Museum of Natural HistoryNew York City
    449 bytes (373 words) - 20:49, 30 December 2013
  • Kutenai Tales/Alphabet (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    of Sounds <span class="pagenum ws-pagenum" id="xii" data-page-number="xii" title="Page:Kutenai_Tales.djvu/15"> The primary accent is always on the penultima
    599 bytes (77 words) - 22:40, 27 October 2015
  • MYTH TOLD BY ONE OF THE TRIBE TO ABBY L. ALGER. IN the beginning God made Adam out of the earth, but he did not make Glūs-kābé (the Indian God). Glūs-kābé
    826 bytes (644 words) - 11:53, 23 August 2015
  • Kutenai Tales (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    (h) Ya.ukueʼika.m goes to the end of the world . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    573 bytes (136 words) - 07:32, 25 June 2013
  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Pueblo Indians (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    Pueblo Indians PUEBLO INDIANS, the Spanish name (puebla=village) for the town-building tribes of American Indians of the Keresan, Shoshonean, Tanoan and
    325 bytes (267 words) - 23:26, 30 December 2014
  • Act of Congress, in the year 1868, by JOHN H. CARMANY & CO., in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the District of California
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  • 1912.) [The following abstract is made by permission of the Ethnologist-in-charge of the Bureau of American Ethnology, to whom a report on the Mohave-Apache
    557 bytes (692 words) - 04:43, 25 June 2013
  • (1) Native Americans are the descendants of the aboriginal, indigenous, native people who were the original inhabitants of and who governed the lands that
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  • attention to a few of the finds made, illustrating the everyday history of these unknown people. The sand in places was littered with fragments of stone vessels
    874 bytes (1,284 words) - 11:43, 23 August 2015
  • DorseyGeorge AmosDorseyDorsey,_George Amos18681931American ethnographer of Indigenous peoples of the Americas "A Cruise Among Haida and Tlingit Villages
    713 bytes (153 words) - 05:51, 29 August 2015
  • Americans During the Sesquicentennial Annivesary of Oregon by David Wu 572637Oregon's Native Americans During the Sesquicentennial Annivesary of
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  • Kutenai Tales/2 (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    went around. He reached the place where Grizzly Bear lay. He ate her. He took her out of the fire. He took the meat and the fat. He ate. He tied it up
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  • SCHUMACHER. IF we investigate the condition of the ground upon which we now find the ruined settlements of a former people on this coast, it cannot fail
    762 bytes (1,584 words) - 11:43, 23 August 2015
  • although the same person may be born again as a child and become a great "medicine man." Before the advent of the white man these people believed that the earth
    970 bytes (1,528 words) - 15:08, 28 August 2015

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