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One Indian and Two Chiefs

by Salisburg

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Dine College Pr .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8320369M
ISBN 100912586737
ISBN 109780912586731

FAMOUS INDIAN CHIEFS. POWHATAN: THE GREAT SACHEM OF VIRGINIA. In the year the white wings of an English vessel were reflected in the blue waters of Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, as some hardy voyageurs upon the deck of the ungainly-looking craft took soundings of the depth of the water, admired the broad expanse of fertile country, and, after making expeditions into the many coves and. There are many sketches and portraits in the publication of Alabama Indians and some of the sketches presented herewith are attributed to that work as one of the sources of information. Another source of Indian biography used here was the two volume book, " Handbook of American Indians," issued by the Bureau of American Ethnology of the.

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Woodland Indian groups usually had two chiefs. One chief made decisions during times of peace and the other ruled during times of war. Important decisions needed to be approved by a council of wise men. A council is a group of people chosen to make important decisions or give advice. In each village, men and women divided the work. Two Pairs of Shoes. Sanderson. PK Cree. Contemporary Fiction. Comp/cont with WDYGY Moccasins. Bicultural/Living In Two Worlds. Today is a special day for Maggie, for she has been given two pairs of shoes—moccasins and patent leather. As a child of two worlds, she must now "remember when and how to wear each pair." The Goodluck Cat. Lee. K.


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