medicine lodge

Related to medicine lodge: Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site

medicine lodge

n.
A building or structure used by certain Native American peoples for ceremonies.

medicine lodge

n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a wooden structure used for magical and religious ceremonies among certain North American Indian peoples
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Bordering the brook behind the store is a forest extending for six miles back to the Medicine Lodge Hills.
then leading them to the water s edge where Leo and some of the other Medicine Lodge singers will be around the fire.
Notes: Pre-Bid Conference: May 26, 2016, 11:00 AM to be held at Medicine Lodge City Hall, 114 W.
Gene Hoenig, Gainesville, Texas; Richard Ringer, Medicine Lodge, Kan.
The deal is valued at USD180m and will extend from Colwich, Kansas, southwest to a new substation at Medicine Lodge, Kansas, and then south to Hardtner, Kansas, at the Kansas-Oklahoma border.
Fluent in Blackfoot, Crowchief was a spiritual adviser for Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park and the Siksika Medicine Lodge.
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THAT'S TORN IT Police car in Kansas is confronted by tornado THRILLS Weather snapper Jim Reed STRIKING Lone lightning bolt splits threatening sky at sunset near Medicine Lodge, Kansas TWISTER Extreme weather scientists monitor a tornado crossing western Kansas in May 2008
Hitchcock case of 1903 deals not only with the legal framework of the case, but with the federal government's violation of the Treaty of Medicine Lodge of 1867.
This resulted in the treaty of Medicine Lodge Creek, signed in 1867 between the US Army and 5,000 Southern Cheyenne, Arapaho, Comanche, Kiowa and Kiowa-Apache.
Kathy Bird of Matootoo Lake Medicine Lodge in Manitoba shared her personal experiences in reconnecting with ceremonies, such as those celebrated when waters open in the spring.
government met with the great chiefs of the Southern Plains tribes at Medicine Lodge Creek, in Kansas, to propose a peaceful resolution to the hostilities that had raged since white settlers had begun moving west of the Mississippi thirty years earlier.