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About the Kiowa Indians __ "The Kiowa Indians are one of the lesser known Plains Indian tribes. However, their history and culture are both interesting and beautiful, and thus contain vital elements of the tribe's personal identification."  An overview of Kiowa history and culture. - From -

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Kiowa Indians ___A great deal of valuable information about these people can be found in this encyclopedic entry. - Text only -  From the Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII - 

Facts for Kids: Kiowa Indians (Kiowas) __ "Information about the Kiowa Indians for students and teachers. Covers food, homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Kiowas." - From -

Kiowa ___"The Kiowa were part of the Medicine Lodge Treaty of 1867 and were assigned a reservation in Oklahoma in 1868." This page offers information about Kiowa location, language, history and daily life. Text only - From emuseum -

Kiowa __ An encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - from wikipedia -

Kiowa Drawings in the National Anthropological Archives ___"Kiowa painters were prominent in the development of contemporary Indian painting, and led the early "Oklahoma school" of work." Click on the images here to access even more artwork. Images are mostly enlargeable. - Illustrated - From the Smithsonian Institute -

Kiowa Indians __  An article on the Kiowa tribe's history from The Handbook of Texas Online. - From -

The Kiowa Indians - Nomadic Warriors of the Plains __ "Originating in the northern basin of the Missouri River, the Kiowa migrated south to the Black Hills around 1650, living there peacefully with the Crow Indians. At that time they were organized in 10 independent bands and numbered an estimated 3,000."  A brief article covering history and culture. - illustrated - From -  

The Kiowa Indians, Texas Indians ___The material here is presented in language simple enough for younger grades, but students of any age will find it informative. - Illustrated - From R. E. Moore and Texarch Associates - 

Kiowa Myths and Legends ___The website's title is more ambitious than the website itself. There is one link to a Kiowa legend -- its title is 'How Saynday Got The Sun.' - Text only - Lady Fuller - 

Kiowa Nation ___"The Kiowa are a Plains Indians who speak a Kiowa-Tanoan language. Kiowa tradition speaks of a migration in the company of the Kiowa APACHE into the Plains from the headwaters of the Missouri River during the 18th century. At that time they were organized in 10 independent bands and numbered an estimated 3,000... Since 1875, however, the Kiowa have adapted to reservation life in Oklahoma." - Text only - From Glenn Welker - 

Kiowa Orthography ___This page is geared to senior studies. Be prepared to pronounce printed Kiowa words in a very different manner than English. - Text only - From the International Journal of American Linguistics 56:410 - 426 -

Native Americans: Kiowa Indian History and Culture __ "Culture, history, art, religion, and genealogy of the Kiowa Indians." - From -  

The Power of Kiowa Song ___ Listen to a wide variety of Kiowa music, from dance songs to hymns. - Text only - From the The University of Arizona Press -


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