Aricara


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Noun1.Aricara - a member of the Caddo people who formerly lived in the Dakotas west of the Missouri riverAricara - a member of the Caddo people who formerly lived in the Dakotas west of the Missouri river
Caddo - a group of Plains Indians formerly living in what is now North and South Dakota and Nebraska and Kansas and Arkansas and Louisiana and Oklahoma and Texas
2.Aricara - the Caddoan language spoken by the Arikara
Caddoan, Caddoan language, Caddo - a family of North American Indian languages spoken widely in the Midwest by the Caddo
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By his exertions, trading posts had been established, in 1808, in the Sioux country, and among the Aricara and Mandan tribes; and a principal one, under Mr.
(2) Nasatir, Abraham Phineas (ed.), letter, Pilcher to Benjamin O'Fallon, quoted in O'Fallon to General William Clark, Fort Atkinson, 3 July, 1823 in, "The International Significance of the Jones and Immell Massacre and of the Aricara Out-break in 1823," The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, vol.
They also thank Matilda Bustos Aricara, Victora Lopez Manuyama, Marla Judith Aricari Huanari, Lleny Amasifuen Llerena, Leoncio del Aguila Amasifuen, Rosario Huansi Torres, Rosario Aricara Macuyama, and Judith Beatriz Chavez Rengifo, for their hard work and thoughtful contributions in the field, and Marvin Emilio Yalta Navarro, Ruth Esther Rodriguez Aquituari, and Angel Elvis Mendez Acosta, for their involvement in data entry and data management.