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American Indians


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  • proper n. Plural form of American Indian.


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  • The missionary had read somewhat concerning the probability that the American Indians were the lost tribes of Israel; and possessed with the idea, everything he saw was tortured into evidence in support of his theory.

    Oak Openings

  • The fact that the American Indians were the first victims of what is now commonplace American genocidal policies is not mentioned here.

    LA IMC

  • Observations on Suicidal Behavior in American Indians.

    Clinical Work with Adolescents

  • Then he invoked the history of American Indians and their mistreatment at the hands of European settlers.

    The Good Fight

  • But there were also signs of things to come: recordings of scantily clad ladies, violence, spectacles such as parades, and “unseen” sights, like dancing American Indians, or everyday life captured in “exotic” locales of East Asia, or in Mexico.

    The English Is Coming!

  • The Apache are great hosts, like most American Indians.

    Jay Tavare: Honor Your Life

  • Walter Reed, an Army physician who treated troops and American Indians on the frontier.

    Walter Reed to close after more than a century

  • Pratt and Judkyn acquired artifacts such as wrought-iron weathervanes depicting American Indians with bows and arrows; whirligigs shaped like policemen, whose long arms flailed in the wind; pretty duck decoys; tiny, 3,000-year-old stone carvings of birds from the Great Lakes; and Indian jewelry in silver and turquoise.

    Telling Our Story Across the Pond

  • While other young women were merrily dancing the Charleston, Stinnes was negotiating with Chinese diplomats, posing with American Indians, sharing medicine with nomads, and facing down murderous Mongolians.

    George Heymont: Hellish Road Trip Movies

  • Actually, I learned it from my father, who learned it from your American Indians.

    Judge deveraux


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