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KIOWA At the beginning of the twenty-first century the Kiowa remained one of Oklahoma's most vital American Indian tribes. Leaving their ancestral homelands near the headwaters of the Yellowstone River of western Montana in the late seventeenth century, the horse-seeking Kiowa and affiliated Plains Apache had migrated southeast through Crow country and had reached the Black Hills of Wyoming/South Dakota by 1775.

KIOWA At the beginning of the twenty-first century the Kiowa remained one of Oklahoma's most vital American Indian tribes. Leaving their ancestral homelands near the headwaters of the Yellowstone River of western Montana in the late seventeenth century, the horse-seeking Kiowa and affiliated Plains Apache had migrated southeast through Crow country and had reached the Black Hills of Wyoming/South Dakota by 1775.

This website tells a lot about the types of clothing that the puritans wore in colonial America. By Laura Stouffer

This website tells a lot about the types of clothing that the puritans wore in colonial America. By Laura Stouffer

Henry Knox and the Train of Artillery, from Fort Ticonderoga, N.Y., to Cambridge, Ma.

Henry Knox and the Train of Artillery, from Fort Ticonderoga, N.Y., to Cambridge, Ma.

John Wesley Hardin Portrait “The Deadliest Gunslinger”. Digital art.

John Wesley Hardin Portrait “The Deadliest Gunslinger”. Digital art.

JUNE 21, 1879: Frank Woolworth opened his FIRST successful Woolworth's 5 and 10 Cent Store in Lancaster, PA. His first store, in Utica, NY, sold 5-cent items only and closed after 2 months. image: F. W. Woolworth - North Queen Street, Lancaster - the firm's first successful store

JUNE 21, 1879: Frank Woolworth opened his FIRST successful Woolworth's 5 and 10 Cent Store in Lancaster, PA. His first store, in Utica, NY, sold 5-cent items only and closed after 2 months. image: F. W. Woolworth - North Queen Street, Lancaster - the firm's first successful store