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  • ancestry: roots

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    American. From the stories my great grandmother told my mother back in the day, we have always known that we were Native American Indians. When my mother was told these stories it was not that big of a deal to be Indian, therefore she did not pay much attention to detail. After my great grandfather died, we found out his brother was receiving benefits from certain Indian tribes and was entitled to land. This information made my mother and her siblings start to question their original background in

  • Comanche People

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    part of Oklahoma, ranging south on the Plains, a courageous people, known as the Comanches, roamed. They were a nomadic people who lived in skin teepees, which were easily moved from place to place. They had strong friends among Indians, such as the Kiowas and Apaches, as well as many enemies. This is only a minute view into the Comanche tribe, however. Before learning about the tribe's history, one must learn first, who the Comanche people were, and then who they are now. Where did the name

  • Essay On Superstition Mountain

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    Superstition Mountain emanates from the early farmers, who lived in Salt River valley. These farmers cultivated and cut hay for the military throughout the late eras of 1860’s at Fort McDowell. They constantly paid attention to stories about the Pima Indians and how they dreaded the “superstitious” mountain. As a result, the farmers thought the Pimas were superstitious about the mountain, thus the name Superstition Mountain. Furthermore, some writers believe that the mountain was named by the Spanish

  • Portrayal of Native Americans in Film

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    in the islands just off the coast of Cipango, known today as China. Thinking this, he called the people that he met Indians, as they lived on the islands that he falsely believed were the Indies. The term Indian spread back to Europe, as did the term Indies, and to this day, Native Americans are known as Indians, and the Caribbean islands are referred to as the West Indies. The Indians populated a much greater area than Columbus could have imagined, covering the land of two Continents. The Native people

  • Swot Analysis Of Bjaj Cash

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    success but there cash needs are high and cash generation is low. PULSAR 200 & 220 cc, DISCOVER 135cc, XCD 125cc -there aim has been to improve the organization reputation However, their cash needs are high as they want to be successful not only in Indian markets but as well as in the global market. CASH COWs: It has high relative market share but compete in low growth markets as they generate cash in excess of their needs. DISCOVER 125cc and CT 100 DOGs: The dogs have no market share and do not

  • Analysis Of Peace Came In The Form Of A Women

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    historians hoping to shed light on the true history of native people during this period have brought new perceptive to the role Indians played in their own history. Consequently, the theme of power and whom controlled it over the course of Native American/European contact is being presented in new ways. Examining the evolving

  • Analysis Of Chato's Land

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    Michael Winner, 1972) and Charley One-Eye (dir. Don Chaffey, 1973) fail to discard Western conventions to the same extent as Captain Apache, both of these films reverse traditional racial roles to make it clear that the white man is the villain. In Chato’s Land, a group of white townsfolk embark on a journey to find and kill Chato (Charles Bronson), a renegade Apache, and are incensed when he decides to retaliate by successfully assassinating various members of the posse. Although Native Americans

  • The Principal Groups of Native American Peoples in Texas at the time that the Spanish First Appeared

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    Texas. These groups are divided into regional areas as the Indians of the coastal areas (Karankawan & Coahuiltecan), Indians of the Plains (Comanches, Apaches, Kiowas and Tonkawas - central and northwest Texas), Indians in Northeast Texas (Caddo, Hasinai- belonged to the Caddo tribe), and the Jumano Indians of Trans-Pecos area. What kinds of social structures did they have, and how equipped were they to deal with Europeans? Indians of the coastal areas: This group lived in small family

  • The West in Film

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    1930's Native Americans and women were viewed as inferior races. The films produced during the early part of the 20th century, particularly those starring John Wayne reflected these societal attitudes. The portrayal of minorities in Stagecoach and Fort Apache clearly reflect the views of society at that time. The depiction of the West is similar to that which is found in old history textbooks, em... ... middle of paper ... the first westward expansion and the oppression of women lasted until

  • The Navajo or Diné

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    The Diné, or Navajo, exhibit in the Arizona Museum is organized in an appropriate manner. The exhibit starts with the introduction to the Diné people, discussing the Athapaskan Migration. It then displays a beautiful sand painting done by a Diné man which represents the Diné Bikeyah or homeland. The Diné are introduced as a pastoral people who adopted customs from other native peoples as they migrated south to present day Arizona. The next topic discussed in the exhibit is the Long Walk, or the forceful