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Kansas Day may have passed, but that doesn't mean you can't still celebrate our great state by visiting the library and seeing our Kansas Notable Books of 2017! This collection is made up of the fifteen best books written by, for, or about Kansans (published in 2016). This list is determined by a committee of ...
A question-and-answer session at the premiere of the first film had a panel including DeAngelis, John Doershuk of the state archaeologist's office, and Lance Foster, the tribal historic preservation officer for the Ioway Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska. DeAngelis' second film in the series comes out in July.

This long-term commitment, which Rand describes as an “enduring project,” involves students working closely with partners such as Young Bear in both the Meskwaki and Ioway tribes to record Native perspectives and oral histories while also finding ways to bring those narratives to the broader public.
Edward said this reality is at odds with the caricature of Nebraska as physiographically flat and culturally homogeneous. One of Edwards' favorite maps in the atlas is a graphic 1837 drawing of the upper Mississippi and Missouri River region attributed to Ioway chief Non-Chi-Ning-Ga. The map provides a ...
It was generally agreed that 'Ioway' was favored. A congressman reminded the group that Iowans considered themselves rich if they could “put a little money in the bank” every year after they paid their debts. A renowned preacher assured listeners that “it takes less pine lumber to build a ladder to heaven ...
The name: Iowa gets its name from the Native Americans who lived in the state as far back as the mid-1700's, the Ioway Indians. You can find an Ioway Indian farm and learn about the people of that time at Living History Farms in Urbandale, but you'll have to wait until it opens for the season May 1 or check ...

This archaeological culture included Siouxan-speaking tribes like the Ioway, Oto, Missouria, Omaha, Ponca, and Dakota bands that lived in the prairie-plains region.” He continued, “This site, and sites with this kind of preservation, offers a truly remarkable glimpse of past life in Iowa. Because this site is so ...
Native American history is complex and requires multiple perspectives—especially the Native perspective—to tell accurately. Until recently, however, Iowa Native history was not a big part of social studies curricula in Iowa's public schools. That is changing, however, and the University of Iowa is helping ...
This Indians were predecessors to the current day Ioway, Ponca, Lakota and other Sioux tribes. “The discovery of this ritual site has been recorded for prosperity, notations of finds, photos and the preserving of some of the artifacts found,” explained Benn. “We had an agreement with the tribal councils, ...
It's true that the Iowa Tribe has received approval from the IOM (under the name of its corporate entity there, Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited), but there's no indication that Khalilian or his prior firm (Universal Entertainment Group) or his new one (Monster Cable) have received similar approval.
Ayuhwa, which is one of the tribal names of the Ioway tribe, meaning as "sleepy ones." They say it's a nickname given them by Sioux tribes. Kansas. Kansa, which is the name of the Kansa tribe. Literally the name means "south" and is a shortened form of their own tribal name for themselves, "People of the ...
On Thursday, the Iowa Tribe announced that Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited had been issued an online gaming license by the IOM Gambling Supervision Commission earlier this month. Ioway, which was registered in the IOM in January, is co-owned by the tribe and its sketchy online technology ...
The Oneota Indians were the ancestors of the Ioway, Oto, Winnebago and Missouri tribes in Iowa. Little is known of the tribe's origins, but the natives appeared to migrate into the tallgrass prairie of the Midwest around A.D. 1000. They survived by hunting, fishing, gathering plants and farming. The only ...
There is a close connection between Iowa and Southwest Louisiana. Lake Charles and Sioux City are sister cities, and both states have towns named “Vinton”. Just east of Lake Charles is the town of Iowa, named for people who moved there from our state decades ago. Locals pronounce it “Ioway.”.
Ioway tribal members from the left, Lisa Switch, Linda Big Soldier and Joyce Big Soldier Miller talk about their Oklahoma tribe at the Iowa Independent Film ... MASON CITY | Members of the Ioway tribe who traveled to Mason City from Oklahoma gave their approval of a film about their tribe, "Ioway 2," ...
Ioway film gets acclaim from American Indians ... Kelly and Tammy Rundle had small hopes for their 2008 documentary, “Lost Nation: The Ioway.” ... But most of all, it has helped bring attention to a part of history that generally had been forgotten: the Ioway, an American Indian tribe from which the state ...
The Iowa tribe owns two brick-and-mortar casinos in Oklahoma, Ioway and Cimarron. They had floated the idea in 2015 of using their ...

To help the tribe achieve its objective, it set up a company called Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited on the Isle of Man tasked with ...
Upon returning home, the Tribe and UEG created Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited within the Isle of Man; it was that new company that ...
Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited, an Isle of Man company operated by the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma has reportedly obtained a gaming ...
The Isle of Man company, Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited, was issued an online gaming license by the IOM Gambling Supervision ...
On Thursday, the Iowa Tribe announced that Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited had been issued an online gaming license by the IOM ...
Cherrie Haury Artz will be giving the program about the history of the Ioway people. Participants will learn about the historic Iowaville village, ...
Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited was created back in January, according to its articles of incorporation, which shows that the IOM ...
The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma announced that its internet gaming company called Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited secured the license ...
... items we made available to them and they needed our help in protecting their areas against other tribes such as the Ioway and the Cherokee.
Tribal historians reveal the lives of the Ioway and Meskwaki tribes — the native peoples who once occupied this land until the time the ...
“Ioway Life: Reservation and Reform, 1837-1860” by Greg Olson. “The Last Wild Places of Kansas: Journeys into Hidden Landscapes” by ...
His family is from the Otoe-Ioway tribe in Iowa, and he specializes in two dances: the slower-paced Southern Straight, which originated in ...
BO: If you go: Ioway Invitational Indian Relay Race and AMAIRA Region 8 Rodeo Finals, Indian relay race 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, ...
But he said that Dakota names often are close to names used by the Iowa (pronounced Ioway.) As an example, the Iowa term Mahato (Blue ...
The dislocations were traumatic because Indian culture was tied to the land, said Greg Olson, author of “The Ioway in Missouri” and curator of ...
Ioway tribal members from the left, Lisa Switch, Linda Big Soldier and Joyce Big Soldier Miller talk about their Oklahoma tribe at the Iowa ...
Ongoing during the event will be the Z102.9/KZIA Beat Wagon from 10 a.m.-12 p.m., the German Iowa and the Global Midwest exhibit and, on loop from 11:30 a.m.
"The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma decided to participate in the Parade of Nations at the 2016 Indian National Final Rodeo to represent the Ioway people and our culture," said Chairman Bobby Walkup. "It's an honor to be involved in INFR where all tribes can ...
Locals pronounce it "Ioway." A highlight of our trip was touring the Creole Nature Trail, an All American Road. Although called a trail it's actually a driving loop of just over 100 miles that starts in the town of Sulfur just west of Lake Charles ...
This Indians were predecessors to the current day Ioway, Ponca, Lakota and other Sioux tribes. "The discovery of this ritual site has been recorded for prosperity, notations of finds, photos and the preserving of some of the artifacts found.
On Hunt's expedition, there is half-Ioway, half-French Canadian Marie Dorion (Delanna Studi), who does everything the men on the expedition do but while pregnant, carrying a baby on her back, and with more composure.
19: "Iowaville: An Ioway Fur Trade Era Village, 1765-1824," Dale Essick. * Saturday, Dec. 2: English River Christmas Tour of Homes.
Wednesday marks 170 years since Iowa achieved statehood. It became the 29th state to be admitted to the Union on Dec. 28, 1846. The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, which oversees the state historical museum near the state Capitol, opened two ...
The films will take viewers on journey to the past, when Fairfield and the Jefferson County were steeped in wild grapes and plum trees and the native languages of the Ioway and the Meskwaki Tribes were spoken. Strong said Jefferson County's landscape ...
MT. PLEASANT - The Henry County Conservation Department's ACORN meeting will be at 10 a.m. Dec. 16 in the Oakland Mills Nature Center classroom.
Iowa State's American Indian Studies program wrapped up its final movie showing this Tuesday with "Lost Nation: The Ioway," a documentary about the culture and decline of the Native tribe that Iowa is named for. The showing was meant to showcase ...
"Lost Nation: The Ioway" tells the story about how the two brothers traveled across the country to "meet with [the] Superintendent of Indian Affairs and sign a treaty ceding a large portion of tribal land for settlement," according to the Iowa State ...
Editor's note: This is the sixth in a series of stories examining the namesakes of southwest Iowa counties. The Potawatomi Native American tribe populated the county that now bears their name - with a slightly altered spelling - for around 10 years.
Though the Potawatomi, Wichita, Omaha and Ioway were said to have passed through the area in the 1830s, 40s and 50s, "most of our relics and antiques, pre-date that time frame.
The next and final showing in the series, "Lost Nation: The Ioway," will be shown Nov. 29 in Carver 101. The film is a documentary about two Ioway brothers who signed the deal that ceded the land we know today as Iowa to the U.S. government, and the ...
Maj. Gen. Richard Montgomery served during the Revolutionary War, dying at the Battle of Quebec in modern-day Canada. Montgomery was born in Ireland and served with the British in the French and Indian War.
Stephen Hunt, director of the Mills County Historical Museum in Glenwood, speaks about the history of the county, which was named after Frederick Mills, a lawyer and a major in the U.S.
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of stories on the namesakes of area counties. GRISWOLD - Lewis Cass had a resume a mile long: teacher, attorney, brigadier general, marshal, governor, senator, secretary of war, secretary of state ...


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SINCE Writing the last epistle, some considerable time has elapsed, which has, nevertheless, been filled up and used to advantage, as I have been moving about and using my brush amongst different tribes in this vicinity. The Indians that may be said to belong to this vicinity, and who constantly visit this post, are the loways -- Konzas -- Pawnees -- Omahas -- 0ttoes, and Missouries (primitive), and Delawares -- Kickapoos -- Potawatomies -- Weahs -- Peorias -- Shawanos -- Kaskaskias (semi- civilized remnants of tribes that have been removed to this neighborhood by the Government, within the few years past). These latter-named tribes are, to a considerable degree, agriculturalists; getting their living principally by ploughing, and raising corn, and cattle and horses. They have been left on the frontier, surrounded by civilized neighbors, where they have at length been induced to sell out their lands, or exchange them for a much larger tract of wild lands in these regions, which the Government has purchased from the wilder tribes.
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