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Kaweah Indian Nation

The Kaweah Indian Nation, Inc., is a civic group interested in cultivating a Native American identity. The group is named after the Cahuilla people and has applied for status as a federally recognized tribe in the USA in the 1980s, a petition whi ...

Nevada City Rancheria

The Nevada City Rancheria was the federally recognized land and name of the Nisenan Native American people in Northern California. The Rancheria land was obtained in 1887 by Tribal Chief Charley Cully. When he died in 1911, the land allotment was ...

Orthocorybantians

Orthocorybantians were settling in the tenth satrapy of Achaemenid Persia according to Herodotus. The name itself refers to pointed hats. A delegation of Orthocorybantians paying tribute is depicted on the Apadana relief, together with all the ot ...

White Eagle, Oklahoma

White Eagle is an unincorporated community in Kay County, Oklahoma, United States. White Eagle was named for the Ponca principal chief, White Eagle ca. 1840-1914, who led the Ponca to their reservation in Indian Territory. Other names for the tow ...

Cheyenne River

The Cheyenne River, also written Chyone, referring to the Cheyenne people who once lived there, is a tributary of the Missouri River in the U.S. states of Wyoming and South Dakota. It is approximately 295 miles long and drains an area of 24.240 s ...

Chippewa River (Minnesota)

The Chippewa River is a 153-mile-long tributary of the Minnesota River in western and southwestern Minnesota in the United States. Via the Minnesota River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. The river was named after the Chippe ...

Firesteel, South Dakota

Firesteel is an unincorporated community on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, in Dewey County, South Dakota, United States. It was known for being a prominent coal mining community in the early 1900s. It is not tracked by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Grand River (South Dakota)

The Grand River is a tributary of the Missouri River in South Dakota in the United States. The length of the combined branch is 110 mi. With its longest fork, its length is approximately 200 mi.

Little White River (South Dakota)

The Little White River is a tributary of the White River, approximately 234 miles long, in south central South Dakota in the United States. It rises on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in southeastern Oglala Lakota County. It flows east past Mar ...

Lower Brule, South Dakota

Lower Brule is a census-designated place in Lyman County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 613 at the 2010 census. This community is located within the Lower Brule Indian Reservation, from which it takes its name.

Porcupine, South Dakota

Porcupine is a census-designated place in Oglala Lakota County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 1.062 at the 2010 census. The community most likely was named after Porcupine Butte. Porcupine has been noted for its unusual place na ...

Vermillion River (South Dakota)

The Vermillion River is a tributary of the Missouri River, 96 miles long, in eastern South Dakota in the United States. The origin of the river name is Waseoyuze, Lakota for "place where Vermilion is obtained". It is formed by the confluence of t ...

Wanblee, South Dakota

Wanblee is a census-designated place on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, located in Jackson County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 725 at the 2010 census, virtually all of whom are members of the Oglala band of Lakota Sioux. Wa ...

Whiteclay, Nebraska

Whiteclay is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Sheridan County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 14 at the 2000 census. A significant part of Whiteclays economy was based on alcohol sales to residents of the Pi ...

Wounded Knee Creek

Wounded Knee Creek is a tributary of the White River, approximately 100 miles long, in Oglala Lakota County, South Dakota in the United States. Its Lakota name is Čhaŋkpe Opi Wakpala. The creeks name recalls an incident when a Native American sus ...

Wounded Knee, South Dakota

Wounded Knee is a census-designated place on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Oglala Lakota County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 382 at the 2010 census. The town is named for the Wounded Knee Creek which runs through the re ...

Chepni (tribe)

Chepni is one of the 24 Oghuz tribes. In the legend of Oghuz Qaghan, the Chepni was stated as one of the clans of the tribe of Gok Han that consists of Pecheneg Beçenek, Bayandur Bayındır, Chowdur Çavuldur and Chepni, a part of Uç-Oklar branch of ...

Doğer (tribe)

Tuger, Doğer, or Deogers, was one of the 24 Oghuz tribes from the Bozok wing, the tribe of Ai Khan. According to Mahmud Kashgari, it was the eighteenth biggest tribe among the Oghuz tribes. The Turkoman dynasty of Ortokid, which ruled the Beylik ...

Kudarkin

Kudarkin was the title of a high-ranking official among the Oghuz Turks. The title is reported by ibn Fadlan, who passed through Oghuz territory in the early 920s CE. Ibn Fadlan described the Kudarkin as the deputy of the Oghuz yabghu or khan; th ...

Odibo

Odibo is a village in the north of Namibia close to the Angolan border known for its Anglican mission St Mary. It belongs to the Oshikango electoral constituency in the Ohangwena Region. Odibo is also an Archdeaconry in the Diocese of Namibia. Od ...

Engela

Engela is an Ovambo settlement in the Ohangwena Region in northern Namibia. Formerly situated in the Oukwanyama area it is since 2004 part of the town Helao Nafidi, although it still maintained its own village council until the 2015 local authori ...

Church of the Virgin Mary (Zeitoun)

The Church of the Virgin Mary at Zeitoun was built by Tawfik Khalil Ibrahim, under the supervision of the Italian architect Leomingelli. He built it as a miniature of the famous Agia Sophia church in Istanbul, Turkey upon a vision he had seen in ...

Alamo Bonito, California

Alamo Bonito is a former Mission Indian settlement in Riverside County, California. It was located on the Torres Indian Reservation, but its precise location is unknown.

Arekw, California

For the modern community formerly of this name, see Orick, California. Orekw is a former Yurok settlement in Humboldt County, California. It was located 2 miles southwest of Orick; its precise location is known but not disclosed to the general pu ...

Chokishgna, California

Chokishgna is a former Tongva-Gabrieleño Native American settlement in Los Angeles County, California. It was located at the later site of a jaboneria established in 1832 by Lemuel Carpenter, current Bell Gardens, California.

Chowigna, California

Chowigna is a former Tongva-Gabrieleño Native American settlement in Los Angeles County, California. It was located in modern-day Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Peninsula. Name variations include: Chowiinga, Chowi, Unaungna, Chowigna, and Chowingna n ...

Oreq, California

Oreq is a former Yurok settlement in Humboldt County, California. It lay at an elevation of 30 feet. The town of Orick, California keeps the name alive in nearly the same place today.

Otaki, California

Otaki is a former Native American settlement in Butte County, California. It was located between the Big and Little Chico creeks east of Michopdo; its precise location is unknown.

Pasinogna, California

Pasinogna is a former Tongva-Gabrieleño Native American settlement in San Bernardino County, California. This Indian village, identified by name by Hugo Reid in his seminal work on local tribes in 1852, was not, however, specified by location. It ...

Pekwan, California

Pekwan is a former Yurok settlement in Humboldt County, California. It is located on the Lower Klamath River at the mouth of Pecwan Creek, at an elevation of 85 feet.

Pimocagna, California

Pimocagna is a former Tongva-Gabrieleño Native American settlement in Los Angeles County, California. It was located at the Andres "Ybarra Ranch" in the Los Angeles area, who also owned the Rancho Las Encinitas.

Princeton-by-the-Sea, California

Princeton-by-the-Sea is an unincorporated community on the coast of San Mateo County, California. The ZIP code is 94019 and the community is inside area code 650.

Pubugna, California

Pubugna is a former Tongva-Gabrieleño Native American settlement in Los Angeles County, California. It was located at Rancho Los Alamitos, in present-day Long Beach, California. The significant Puvunga archaeological site is located in this area.

Rockville, California

Rockville is a small unincorporated community in northern-central Solano County, California, southwest of Fairfield and closest to Cordelia. Yulyul, the main village of the Suisunes a Patwin people of the Suisun Bay region, is believed to be wher ...

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