By Libby O'Hare and Berlin Charles
Native American Indian Kiowa peyote chant chiefs & people of the Kiowa tribes, made for little bow :)
Show in Overlandpark Kansas. Dancers from the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma Filmed by Del Roach
Film clips of the frenzied style of the southern fancy war dance performed during the dance contest at the Red Buffalo Hall, Kiowa Tribal Complex, Carnegie, OK.
Kiowa Tribe: Big Bow Song (Gourd Dance)
This is a collection of words, photos and video clips about Grandfather/Chief Kicking Bird .. and the Kiowa Tribe & People. There is also a complimentary video for this one.., .with some information about the Gourd Dance.., along with the "Story Of The Red Wolf".., in this playlist/channel. -------------------------------------------------- The Kiowa People.are an indigenous tribe, of the Great Plains. They migrated southward from Canada and western Montana, into the Rocky Mountains, in Colorado, in the 17th and 18th centuries and finally into the Southern Plains, by the early 19th century. Today, they are federally recognized as the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, with headquarters in Carnegie, Oklahoma. ------------------ Chief Kicking Bird, also known as “Tene Angop'te ", (“The Kicking Bird", "Eagle Who Strikes with his Talons", or "Striking Eagle,”) was a High Chief of the Kiowa People, in the 1870s. It is said that he was given his name, for the way he fought his enemies. Born in 1835, Chief Kicking Bird was a Kiowa, though his grandfather had been a Crow captive, who was adopted by the Kiowa. His mysterious death at Fort Sill, on May 3rd 1875 is the subject of much debate and speculation. Though he was a great warrior who participated in and led many battles and raids during the 1860s and 1870s, he is mostly known as an advocate for peace and education, in his tribe. ------------------------------------------------------- I claim no ownership of any of the clips, video, music and words expressed in this video...and employ my borrowing of them with much respect and thanks. Credits are also given at the end of the video...and below. No personal monetization is being done with this video, by me..., nor am I receiving any other benefits from any of this video.. It is meant for all.., to heal, teach, discuss, inspire and inform...and share. Fair use policy applies for all material used in this video. I thank.., with much respect: The Kiowa Nation, Elders & People..; All Respected Elders in this video..; Elders Bill Koomsa & William Tanedoah..; wyotexas..l Dennis W. Zotigh.com..; Wikipedia.com..; Elizabeth O'Hare..; Andrew Vasquez..; MGM Pictures-vod..; Red Earth..; Red Wolf Songs.. and to all the other brothers and sisters out there, who have contributed to this video in any way. Chi Miigwetch!.. Many Blessings & Thanks..! *Set video to 960 X 540p HD, for best viewing. (480P - You-Tube)
"Native Oklahoma" is a collaborative effort between several Oklahoma Native American tribes and OETA Oklahoma Educational Television Authority PBS station. Comprised of several video stories produced by the Cherokee, Cheyenne and Arapaho, Choctaw, Osage, Kiowa (by Charles "Boots" Kennedye at OETA) and Ponca tribes, the final show was compiled and edited by the CATV47 Cheyenne and Arapaho Television in Concho, OK.
One interesting thing about the Kiowa Native Americans is that they didn't settle down. They always stayed on the move. Learn about this adventurous tribe in our exclusive video. Come learn more about science, history, and social studies topics with Studies Weekly at www.studiesweekly.com!
The 1245 Transportation Company Departure Ceremony July 2, 2018 in Ada, Oklahoma. They are preparing for deployment to Kuwait for one year. The Kiowa Black Leggings Society is bringing in the colors.