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Paloma and the Horse Traders

Though woefully outnumbered, they must defeat Great Owl or die trying. Book 3 in the Spanish Brand series.

Author : Carla Kelly

Release : 2015-09-01

Publisher : Camel Press

ISBN : 9781603819909

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As the 18th century ends, the Comanches have made peace with the Spanish colonists in New Mexico. No one is as relieved as Marco and his wife Paloma, who live on the edge of Comancheria. Then a new threat emerges: a renegade Comanche. Flanked by a disgraced lieutenant, a band of horse traders, and a slave girl, Marco and his friend Toshua venture north to defeat Great Owl or die trying."

Jews and the American Slave Trade

... two pages of jobs filled by Jews in Spain from diplomats and furriers to sailors,
tailors, locksmiths, vinters, cambists, farmers, jewelers and horse traders. ... 132-
44 and 1 82— 86; and Paloma Diaz Mas, Sephardim: The Jews from Spain, tr.

Author : Saul S. Friedman

Release : 2000

Publisher : Transaction Publishers

ISBN : 9781412826938

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The Nation of Islam's Secret Relationship between Blacks and Jews has been called one of the most serious anti-Semetic manuscripts published in years. As Saul Friedman definitively documents in Jews and the American Slave Trade, historical evidence suggests that Jews played a minimal role in the transatlantic, South American, Caribbean, and antebellum slave trades. Friedman elucidates the role of American Jews toward the great nineteenth-century moral debate, the positions they took, and explains what shattered the alliance between these two vulnerable minority groups in America. Saul S. Friedman is a professor of Jewish and Middle Eastern history at Youngstown State. He has written five award-winning documentaries and many articles and books on Jewish history, including: Holocaust Literature, The Oberammergau Passion Play, Terein Diary of Gonda Redlich, and Without Future: The Plight of Syrian Jewry.

Kiowa, Apache, and Comanche Military Societies

Cuartelejo, Faraone,Jicarilla, Llanero, Paloma, Natage, and Sierra Blanco)
became intermediarytraders between New Mexican ... RenéRobert Cavalierde
LaSalle notedin1682 that thePawneeand Wichitaobtained horses fromthe
Gattacka(a ...

Author : William C. Meadows

Release : 2009-03-06

Publisher : University of Texas Press

ISBN : 0292778430

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For many Plains Indians, being a warrior and veteran has long been the traditional pathway to male honor and status. Men and boys formed military societies to celebrate victories in war, to perform community service, and to prepare young men for their role as warriors and hunters. By preserving cultural forms contained in song, dance, ritual, language, kinship, economics, naming, and other semireligious ceremonies, these societies have played an important role in maintaining Plains Indian culture from the pre-reservation era until today. In this book, Williams C. Meadows presents an in-depth ethnohistorical survey of Kiowa, Apache, and Comanche military societies, drawn from extensive interviews with tribal elders and military society members, unpublished archival sources, and linguistic data. He examines their structure, functions, rituals, and martial symbols, showing how they fit within larger tribal organizations. And he explores how military societies, like powwows, have become a distinct public format for cultural and ethnic continuity.

Apachean Culture History and Ethnology

The fact that the Gattacka and Manrhoat both specialized in horse trading helps
bear out this idea . Although La ... Here , before the expedition of Valverde in
1719 , is almost certainly an account of the conflicts that led the Paloma Apaches
to ...

Author : Keith H. Basso

Release : 1971

Publisher : University of Arizona Press

ISBN : 9780816502950

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This volume grew out of a symposium held at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association in November 1969 at New Orleans, Louisiana. The "Apachean Symposium" was designed to provide an opportunity for scholars engaged in research on southern Athapaskan cultures to report upon their findings, and wherever possible, to link them to known fact and existing theory. The diverse work presented here will add significantly to the knowledge about Apachean cultures, and each of contributions also pertains directly to wider spheres of anthropological concern.


amounts from his dealers but the money that he gave he did not count so
precisely . ... assistance Pablo provided for his family , for Olga and Marie -
Thérèse , Claude , or Paloma , occurred with the slightest hint of moral horse -
trading .

Author : Olivier Widmaier Picasso

Release : 2004

Publisher : Prestel Pub


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Olivier Widmaier Picasso set out on a journey to rediscover the famous grandfather whose works decorated the walls of his parents' home in Marseille. His research brought to light details of Picasso's life that had always remained hidden from the general public. These details are now revealed exclusively in this book. The author explains why certain myths have grown up around modern art's founder and he rebuts the slanderous attacks made against Picasso in the past. Picasso's grandson spoke to the people who really knew his grandfather - famous contemporaries and leading figures from the worlds of art and the law, as well as ordinary individuals who played a part in his life. The author paints an intimate portrait of the artist and provides a delicate counterbalance to the public perception of the artist. The author describes Picasso's relationships with the women in his life and his children and examines his views on love, sex, and family life, as well as money, politics, power, fame, death, and eternity. This book reveals the story of one man's life and dispels many of the myths that surround the prolific artist and insatiable man. For the first time, the reader is let into the secrets of the Picasso estate with its eventful history and the incredible value of the inheritance.

The Wichita Indians 1541-1750

Even " in buffalo days , " the Arikara functioned chiefly as horsetraders , " but
apparently kept few of the horses that passed through ... Paloma and Cuartelejo
and consider the Gatackas to have been Kiowa Apaches , but they do not rule out
the ...

Author : Mildred Mott Wedel

Release : 1988

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Contains reprints of articles originally published in various journals and volumes.

Horse Heaven

... set aside her usual distaste for trading on her looks and lucked out. Tiffany
liked every word that she heard at the Mortons' house—France, tapenade,
Paloma Picasso, Microsoft, please, thank you, honey, sweetheart, chéri, Earl
Grey, orchid, ...

Author : Jane Smiley

Release : 2001-01-16

Publisher : Ballantine Books

ISBN : 0375412662

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#1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK "A WISE, SPIRITED NOVEL . . . [IN WHICH] SMILEY PLUMBS THE WONDROUSLY STRANGE WORLD OF HORSE RACING." --People "ONE OF THE PREMIER NOVELISTS OF HER GENERATION, possessed of a mastery of craft and an uncompromising vision that grow more powerful with each book . . . Racing's eclectic mix of classes and personalities provides Smiley with fertile soil . . . Expertly juggling storylines, she investigates the sexual, social, psychological, and spiritual problems of wealthy owners, working-class bettors, trainers on the edge of financial ruin, and, in a typically bold move, horses." --The Washington Post "A NOVEL OF PASSION IN EVERY SENSE . . . [SHE DOES] IT ALL WITH APLOMB . . . WITH A DEMON NARRATIVE INTELLIGENCE." --The Boston Sunday Globe "WITTY, ENERGETIC . . . It's deeply satisfying to read a work of fiction so informed about its subject and so alive to every nuance and detail . . . [Smiley's] final chapters have a wonderful restorative quality." --The New York Times Book Review "RICHLY DETAILED, INGENIOUSLY CONSTRUCTED . . . YOU WILL REVEL IN JANE SMILEY'S HORSE HEAVEN." --San Diego Union-Tribune Chosen by the Los Angeles Times as One of the Best Books of the Year

Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona

The fact that the Gattacka and Manrhoat both specialized in horse trading helps
bear out this idea . ... Here , before the expedition of Valverde in 1719 , is almost
certainly an account of the conflicts that led the Paloma Apaches to abandon their

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Release : 1970

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Plains Anthropologist

Trading associations , perhaps even a closer alliance , between the Kansas
Apache and the Gataka continued throughout the 1730's . The Kansas Apache
provided horses bought from the Spanish , with the Gataka serving as middlemen
in the important native middle ... the enemy Panana of the Mandan ( La
Verendrye 1927 : 327 ) , nor could they have been Paloma : the Paloma were
spared the ...

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Release : 1972

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Broad and Alien is the World

In due time Paloma foaled a fine , sleek colt that was a pleasure to see . The pet
of all the villagers he galloped everywhere with that ... Some had dancing bears ;
others were horse traders . Frontino disappeared two days after the gypsies had

Author : Ciro Alegría

Release : 1941

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Greedy rancher from the lowlands causes the ultimate destruction of an Indian village high up in the Peruvian Mountains.

The Native North American Almanac

raids and revenge attacks among the different nations ; peoples with horses had
clear advantages in these early skirmishes . ... migrated up the Missouri River ,
where they began trading horticultural products for European goods by the late
1600s . ... Paloma Apache resided along the upper Republican River in present -
day Nebraska and Lipan Apache migrated over much of what is now Texas .

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Release : 2001

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The Native North American Almanac

raids and revenge attacks among the different nations ; peoples with horses had
clear advantages in these early skirmishes . ... migrated up the Missouri River ,
where they began trading horticultural products for European goods by the late
1600s . ... Paloma Apache resided along the upper Republican River in present -
day Nebraska and Lipan Apache migrated over much of what is now Texas .

Author : Duane Champagne

Release : 2001

Publisher : Detroit : Gale Research


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This source covers the civilization and culture of the indigenous peoples of the U.S. and Canada--both historic and contemporary. Included are signed essays, annotated directories, excerpts and biographies. Each chapter contains a subject-specific bibliography, photographs, maps and charts (400 illustrations in all). This 2nd edition also includes a new chapter, "Women and Gender Relations."

Fifty Years with Harness Horses

She could not trot nearly so fast as Hegler , but this poor horse was now trading -
stock and was simply out - lucked by ... UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY At
this time Walter Direct was just getting nicely started Early Years with La Paloma

Author : Clair Cutler Wolverton

Release : 1957

Publisher :


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Great Plains Quarterly

54 By selling women and children to traders like Poudret , Pawnees could
acquire weapons and other items that they could trade to the Comanches farther
west for horses . Trading slaves may have also had a political function . As Brett
... the influence of slave - trading coureurs de bois on Pawnee chiefs . Pawnees
were not raiding Cuartelejo and Paloma Apaches simply to meet a demand for
slaves .

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Harness Horse

215 TOUGH TRADING OC , Forrest Skipper - Precious Coin ; D. Gvingras ,
Westbury , N.Y .... 216 DURGA Df , Marauder ... 236 CAMBITIOUS b c Cam Fella
- Wicked Paloma ; Southern Cross Stable , Brooklyn , N.Y ... 237 FRANCESCA
ROAD ...

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Release : 1989

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La Lluvia de los Ingleses , " 241 Hewett , Edgar L . , 132 " La Paloma Blanca , "
words of , Hidalgo , title of , 8 293f . ... Hopis , 252 , 253 Lamy , John B . , 77 , 182 ,
334 Horse - trading , 43 Lamy Junction , 73 Horses , symbol of the Caballeros ...

Author : Ruth Laughlin

Release : 1931

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The Comanche Empire

... Mimbreño, 77, 128, 129, 138–39; Natagé, 74, 98, 101, 138–39; Paloma, 34, 35
, 48; in peace establishments, 129–30, 138; Pelone, ... 162, 164, 172, ,211,325,
331; Charitica, 173, 175, , 404n54; Comanche trade relations with, , 230; conflict
with Comanches and allies, 164–65, 168, 170, 179; horse raiding of, 42;
incorporation into Comanchería, 326; massacred at Sand Creek, 321; nomadism
of, 329; ...

Author : Pekka Hamalainen

Release : 2008-10-01

Publisher : Yale University Press

ISBN : 0300145136

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A groundbreaking history of the rise and decline of the vast and imposing Native American empire. In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, a Native American empire rose to dominate the fiercely contested lands of the American Southwest, the southern Great Plains, and northern Mexico. This powerful empire, built by the Comanche Indians, eclipsed its various European rivals in military prowess, political prestige, economic power, commercial reach, and cultural influence. Yet, until now, the Comanche empire has gone unrecognized in American history. This compelling and original book uncovers the lost story of the Comanches. It is a story that challenges the idea of indigenous peoples as victims of European expansion and offers a new model for the history of colonial expansion, colonial frontiers, and Native-European relations in North America and elsewhere. Pekka Hämäläinen shows in vivid detail how the Comanches built their unique empire and resisted European colonization, and why they fell to defeat in 1875. With extensive knowledge and deep insight, the author brings into clear relief the Comanches’ remarkable impact on the trajectory of history. 2009 Winner of the Bancroft Prize in American History “Cutting-edge revisionist western history…. Immensely informative, particularly about activities in the eighteenth century.”—Larry McMurtry, The New York Review of Books “Exhilarating…a pleasure to read…. It is a nuanced account of the complex social, cultural, and biological interactions that the acquisition of the horse unleashed in North America, and a brilliant analysis of a Comanche social formation that dominated the Southern Plains.”—Richard White, author of The Middle Ground: Indians, Empires, and Republics in the Great Lakes Region, 1650-1815


POLITICS MOI ' S OPTIONS How to survive with or without Project Uhuru BY
PALOMA GATABAKI 2002 as the D - Day for ... National Development Party (
NDP ) Nyanza stronghold , opted for behind the scenes horse trading , power
brokering ...

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Release : 2002

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Chronicle of the Horse

COAST EQUESTRIAN CTR . ( 516 ) 626 - 0705 THE ... Trading Places , M .
Maloney : 2 . The Aviator ; 3 . Starlight ... Paloma , J . Hatley . Low Htr . - 1 .
Summer ...

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