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  • Trip to Pawnee Butte from June 6 to July 6, 1906. 1906 Trip to Northeastern Colorado Colorado 1906 Forward 73.80 Pawnee Butte Pawnee Butte Trip
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  • Cheyennes, Iowas, Kickapoos, Sauk and Foxes, Sioux, Miamis, Shawnees, Pawnees, Ottawas and several others. Until 1906 the Osages lived on a reservation
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  • 20 peaks exceed 13,000 ft. in height, and Mt. Lincoln and Quandary peak rise above 14,000 ft. The Blue River group lies 20 m. N., having many peaks of
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  • and misery. There are no inhabitants of this land of despair. A band of Pawnees or of Blackfeet may occasionally traverse it in order to reach other hunting-grounds
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  • the Niobrara; and at Genoa, where the Pawnee agency and reservation had been located, there was in 1908 an Indian school maintained by the United States
    765 bytes (14,902 words) - 22:48, 7 November 2014
  • friendly to the French, and establish there a colony. The Pawnees, who dwelt west of the aforesaid Indians, were at war with them, and the Spaniards hoped to
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  • INDIANS — MINES — GOLD — SILVER — COPPER — IRON — GYPSUM — SALT — CLIMATE — PUEBLO INDIANS — WILD INDIANS ENUMERATED — NUMBER OF PUEBLO INDIANS — CENSUS
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  • the relics of an earlier Indian civilization. In the lead regions in the S.W., with the help of Pawnee slaves, the Indians worked the lead diggings in
    794 bytes (12,862 words) - 22:45, 21 November 2014
  • But the case is far different with regard to the Osages, the Kanzas, the Pawnees, and other roving hordes beyond the frontiers of the settlements. Wild
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  • across the prairie, he marched through a country filled with jealous Pawnee Indians, till he reached the Arkansas River, and ascending its branches, left
    351 bytes (5,414 words) - 08:40, 25 October 2013
  • Nebraska came into possession of the United States the Sioux Indians were most numerous. The Pawnees, Otoes, and Omahas were next in numbers and in importance
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  • the Chickasaws are concerned. PAWNEE INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN NEBRASKA. By the treaty concluded with the Pawnee Indians September 24,1857, a reservation
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  • foot-soldier—L. pes, pedis, the foot.] Pawn, pawn, n. a gallery. Pawnee, paw′nē, n. one of a tribe of Indians in North America.—adj. belonging to this tribe. Pax,
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  • between the Pawnee village and Bellevieu, and from that to Fort Leavenworth. Leave Independence for the Mountains. Meet Pawnees. Indian hospitality.
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  • Sioux, or "Cut-throats," by drawing the hand across the throat. The Pawnees, or "Wolves," by placing a hand on each side of the forehead, with two
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  • carrying on their war with the Pawnees." In one of our exchange papers, we find, also, that "a delegation of the Seminole Indians of Florida, under the direction
    1.07 MB (204,485 words) - 00:40, 10 May 2015