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Ethnogue Report For Language Code: KIC ___Data about this language and links to further information. For advanced students. - Text only - From Ethnologue - 

Facts For Kid: Kickapoo Indians (Kickapoos) ___"... here are some straightforward answers to the questions we are most often asked by children, with Kickapoo pictures and links we believe are especially suitable for all ages." - Illustrated - From Native American Kid Links -

First nations - Kickapoo __ An extended look at Kickapoo history, culture, location and more. - From - 

The Flight of the Kickapoos ___Why did the Kickapoo beat a fast retreat out of Kansas? The background, story, and conclusion can be found here in this brief article published in 1921. - Text only - From the Chronicles of Oklahoma - 

Kickapoo __ "The Kickapoos are one of the Algonquian speaking Native American tribes. According to the Anishinaabeg, the name "Kickapoo" (Giiwigaabaw in the Anishinaabe language) means "Stands Here and there" and refers to the tribes migratory patterns." - An encyclopedic article. - From wikipedia -  

The Kickapoo Indian history __ "During the American Revolution the Kickapoo tried to remain neutral. By the mid 1870~ez_rsquo~s, however, they were engaging on an increasing number of raids against the Americans." An overview of Kickapoo history. - From -  

The Kickapoo Indians ___A good history of this people and links to information about such things as how to build a wickiup. - Illustrated - By Rebecca Brush -  

Kickapoo Indians ___This encyclopedic entry was written in 1910. - Text only - From the Catholic Encyclopedia-


Kickapoo Indians ___Various, brief articles reporting the latest news about the Kickapoo people. - Text only - From vintage newspapers (eg. Walnut Valley Times, June 20, 1873) -

kickapoo indians __ A good introduction to the Kickapoo, then a handful of interesting articles about the Kickapoo - From the 19th century. Interesting stuff. - From -

Kickapoo Language and the Kickapoo Indian Tribe (Kikapoo, Kikapu) ___Information about Kickapoo language, people and history, plus links to further information. - Text only - From Native Languages of the Americas - 

National Geographic: Lewis & Clark~ez_mdash~Tribes~ez_mdash~Kickapoo Indians __ An overview of the Kickapoo Tribe and a single Kickapoo photo. - illustrated - From National Geographic Society - 

Texas Kickapoo ___A very brief overview of this Texas tribe. - Text only - 

Volatile Substance Abuse Among the Kickapoo People in the Eagle Pass, Texas Area, 1993___ "This study includes ethnographic information about the Texas/Mexican Kickapoo and their language." This is a PDF file and, as such, requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. For more mature students and interested parties. - From the Texas Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse Research Briefs - 




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