Some articles on plains, tribes, tribe, plains tribes:
... shy-AN) are an indigenous people of the Great Plains, who are of the Algonquian language family ... The Cheyenne Nation is composed of two tribes, the Só'taeo'o (more commonly spelled as Suhtai or Sutaio) and the Tsétsêhéstâhese (more commonly spelled ... The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes in Oklahoma and the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in Montana are the two Cheyenne federally recognized tribes ...
... Several Native tribes make ceremonial pipes ... The types of stones used vary by tribe and locality ... Red pipestone is used by the Eastern Woodlands Tribes, Western and Great Basin Tribes, and the Plains Tribes, with sources of the stone in Tennessee (South Central), Minnesota (Pipestone), and Utah (Delta, Uinta) ...
... The Plains tribes adopted use of the horse from the Spanish settlers and increased their range of nomadic hunting ... years before the American Civil War, the historic Plains tribes of the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Cheyenne, and Arapaho occupied this area ... near present-day Woodward, was a favorite campsite of the Plains Indians ...
Famous quotes containing the words tribes and/or plains:
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Saying, Behold one outcast and in dread,
Against whose life the bow of power is bent,
Who flies, and hath not where to lay his head;
I come to thee for shelter and for food,
To Yussouf, called through all our tribes he Good.
This tent is mine, said Yussouf, but no more
Than it is Gods; come in, and be at peace;”
—James Russell Lowell (18191891)
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—Jackson Pollock (19121956)