The Kiowa of Texas
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 15 дек. 2002 г. - Всего страниц: 64
The Kiowa are a Native American group who played a major role in Texas and United States history. Traditionally nomads, the Kiowa travelled to the Southern Plains, where they were living as the settlers began to move West in search of land in the 1800s. In this book readers will come to appreciate traditional Kiowa culture and learn of their role in present-day American culture.
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An Introduction to the Kiowa
Kiowa Society and Religion
Adapting and Thriving
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