Farmers on the Northern Plains

The Kowa

April 18, 2013 admin 0

The Kiowa speak a language which linguists classify as a part of the Tanoan language family and is related to the Pueblos of Taos, Jemez, […]

Kiowa Religion

April 15, 2013 admin 0

While the Kiowa today have a reservation in Oklahoma, their own oral tradition as well as that of other tribes tells of their migrations from […]

The Red River War

May 9, 2012 admin 0

After 1871, the United States’ policies regarding American Indian nations was no longer based on negotiating treaties, but on concentrating Indians onto reservations where they […]

Breaking Treaties

October 11, 2011 admin 0

A treaty is an agreement between two or more sovereign nations. Under the U.S. Constitution, Indian tribes are considered sovereign nations-or as dependent domestic nations, […]

The Kiowa

March 24, 2011 admin 0

( – promoted by navajo) The Southern Plains is an area of rolling prairie grasslands with timbered areas along stream valleys. It lies south of […]