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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 825 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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KIOWAS, a tribe and stock of North American Indians. Their former range was around the Arkansas and Canadian rivers, in Indian Territory (Oklahoma), Colorado and New Mexico. A fierce people, they made raids upon the settlers in western Texas until 1868, when they were placed on a reservation in Indian Territory. In 1874 they broke out again, but in the following year were finally subdued. In number about 1200, and settled in Oklahoma, they are the sole representatives of the Kiowan linguistic stock. See J. Mooney, " Calendar History of the Kiowa Indians," 17th Report of Bureau of American Ethnology (Washington, 1898).
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