KIOWAS , a tribe and stock of
See also:Indians . Their former range was around the
See also:Arkansas and
See also:rivers, in
See also:Indian Territory (Oklahoma),
See also:Colorado and New Mexico . A fierce
See also:people, they made raids upon the settlers in western
See also:Texas until 1868, when they were placed on a reservation in Indian Territory . In 1874 they broke out again, but in the following
See also:year were finally subdued . In number about 1200, and settled in Oklahoma, they are the
See also:sole representatives of the Kiowan linguistic stock . See J . Mooney, "
See also:History of the Kiowa Indians," 17th
See also:Report of Bureau of American
See also:Ethnology (
See also:Washington, 1898) .
RUDYARD KIPLING (1865— )
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