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Go-Won-Go (the daughter of Chief Ga-ne-gan) - Iroquois (Mohawk) – 1903

Soldiers pay moving tribute to 8 million horses, donkeys, & mules that died during World War I 1915

Chief Kaienakwaahton Warrior Citation KAIEÑÃKWAAHTOÑ, chief-warrior of the lower or eastern Senecas, member of the turtle clan

On-Wa-Ri-Ka-Wen-Ne-He (aka Mary Smoke) - Iroquois (Mohawk) – 1913

Pacific Northwest ~ The Kwakiutl; Chief's daughter - Nakoaktok (The North American Indian; v.10) | Photographer Edward S Curtis. ca. 1915

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Hidden History of Western North Carolina Mountains (Paperback)

Buried deep within the hills and hollers of North Carolina's majestic Appalachian Mountains are stories, traditions and a proud cultural heritage unlike any other. Hidden History of the Western North