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The Kiowa Native American tribe came from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and Montana to the reservation they currently reside at in Oklahoma. Like many other tribes existing today, the Kiowa have their own language and ...

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The history of the flag of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma is shown in the design of the flag, which depicts a Kiowa warrior on a horse surrounded by 10 black and white eagle feathers. The feathers represent the Kiowa Medici...

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Seven tribes inhabited Oklahoma including the Plains Apache tribe, the Arapaho tribe, the Caddo tribe, the Comanche tribe and the Kiowa tribe; in addition to the Osage tribe and the Wichita tribe. Twenty-five other tribe...

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The Shoshone Indians were a Native American tribe that dominated both the west and east sides of the Rocky Mountains. These nomadic people ventured throughout the Snake River regions, which is where the tribe earned thei...

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The Burns Paiute Tribe of Oregon is a Native American tribe whose official name begins with the letter B. This tribe lives on the Burns Paiute Reservation located north of Burns, Ore.

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Most of the Native American population of the Shoshone tribe lived along the Snake River in Idaho, but other settlements could be found in Utah, California, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Arizona.

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