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Ahpeahtone, Kiowa : a bit of history

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p. 334a-337 : ill.

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Biographical sketch of Ahpeahtone, the last chief of the Kiowas, he came from royal stock, his grandmother a prominent Sioux and his uncle was Lonewolf, Kiowa chief. He was well respected and carried much influence in his tribe and with white people. He exposed the 'Messiah Craze' of Sitting Bull as a fraud in 1890. Includes photograph.

Includes bibliographical references.

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The Chronicles of Oklahoma - v. 9 (1931) - v. 9, no. 3 (September 1931)

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