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Plenty Coups : Great Crow Chief. Records selected events in the life of the "Chief of All Chiefs Over All Indian People, " as told to the author by Plenty Coups himself, revealing significant influences in his life.
Plenty Coups : Great Crow Chief. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780899921358. Release Date:January 1995.
Plenty Coups (Crow: Alaxchíia Ahú, "many achievements"; 1848 – 1932) was the principal chief of the Mountain Crows (the Apsáalooke) of the Crow Nation and a visionary leader. He allied the Crow with the whites when the war for the West was being fought, because the Sioux and Cheyenne (who opposed white settlement of the area) were the traditional enemies of the Crow
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Plenty Coups was named a Bacheeítche (″good man″, . After his death, the head men of the Crow council voted unanimously against choosing another chief. chief) of a local group of the Mountain Crow at age 28. As a young man and chief, he was a fierce and well-respected warrior. He was thought to have between 50-100 feathers on his coup stick, each one representing an act of valor. The leader of the council sai. No living man can fill Plenty Coups’ place. Author Frank Bird Linderman wrote an autobiography with Chief Plenty Coups when Plenty Coups was 80 years old.
Chief Plenty Coups, chief of the Crow Nation, was exalted to the head of all the Crows because of his untarnished valour on the field of battle, because of the supremacy of his statesmanship, and his loyalty to the interests of his tribe
Chief Plenty Coups, chief of the Crow Nation, was exalted to the head of all the Crows because of his untarnished valour on the field of battle, because of the supremacy of his statesmanship, and his loyalty to the interests of his tribe. When a lad of sixteen his brother was killed by the Sioux
Plenty Coos Chief of the Crow Indians and daughter :: Photographs . Crow Indian Group United States of America. Chief Plenty Coups is seated at left. You may have a great beard, but it’s not as great as Hans Langseth’s, pictured above
Plenty Coos Chief of the Crow Indians and daughter :: Photographs - Western History. Crow Chief Plenty Coups, with his daughter. Photographed between 1910-32. Discover ideas about Native American Photos. It was taken between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing. Standing L-R: Unknown, unknown Sitting L-R: Plenty Coups, See With His Ears - Crow - no date. You may have a great beard, but it’s not as great as Hans Langseth’s, pictured above. His long beard is in our Museum of Natural History where scientists can study it. Why study a beard?
The Handsome People: A History of the Crow Indians and the Whites, Charles Bradley, Council for Indian Education, 1991 . Plenty-Coups: Chief of the Crows, Frank B. Linderman, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1962, paperback, ISBN 0-8032-5121-1.
The Handsome People: A History of the Crow Indians and the Whites, Charles Bradley, Council for Indian Education, 1991, paperback, ISBN 0-89992-130-2. Myths and Traditions of the Crow Indians, Robert H. Lowie, AMS Press, 1980, hardcover, ISBN 0-404-11872-0. Social Life of the Crow Indians, Robert H. Lowie, AMS Press, 1912, hardcover, ISBN 0-404-11875-5. Pretty-shield: Medicine Woman of the Crows, Frank B. Linderman, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1974, paperback, ISBN 0-8032-8025-4.
Plenty Coups, Chief of the Crows, 1848-1932. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station22. cebu on July 29, 2019.
Plenty-Coups: Chief of the Crows by Frank B. Linderman Paperback .
Drawing on interviews with Crow elders in the early twentieth century, Robert H. Lowie showcases many facets of Crow life, including ceremonies, religious beliefs, a rich storytelling tradition, everyday life, the ties of kinship and the practice of war, and the relations between men and women. Lowie also tells of memorable individuals, including Gray-bull, the great visionary Medicine-crow, and Yellow-brow, the gifted storyteller.