Calendar History of the Kiowa Indians.
"[...] COMPARATIVE IMPORTANCE OF EVENTS RECORDED An examination of the calendars affords a good idea of the comparative importance attached by the Indian and by the white man to the same event. From the white man's point of view many of the things recorded in these aboriginal histories would seem to be of the most trivial consequence, while many events which we regard as marking eras in the history of the plains tribes are entirely omitted. Thus there is nothing recorded of the Custer campaign of 1868, which resulted in the battle of the Washita and compelled the southern tribes for the[...]."
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- 26 Apr 2015
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