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warbonnet

(ˈwɔːˌbɒnɪt)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a headband with trailing feathers, worn by certain North American Indian warriors as a headdress
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Caption: Above: Quanah Parker wearing his single trailer warbonnet now housed in the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas.
Between the time in which Whitman published the third edition of Leaves of Grass and his death in 1892, the United States' expansionist policies--formal and informal--led to "the countless battles and massacres of the 1860s and 1870s (when names like Birch Coulee, Canyon de Chelly, Rosebud, and Warbonnet Creek entered the American common vocabulary), culminating in the Wounded Knee massacre at the end of 1890" (Folsom 56).
Similarly, the Institute of American Indian Arts created an amphitheater for the performance and representation of theater plays, such as Monica Charles's Mowitch (1968), a theatrical piece about Indian Shakers (Heath 1995), and Bruce King's Evening at the Warbonnet (1989), a play dealing with political issues, especially those related to the AIM.
"Hammock camping specifically I thought was going to explode."So Waddy bought a sewing machine, taught himself how to stitch together a hammock, and founded Warbonnet in Fort Collins in 2009.
For four years he rode the Yamaha, but he couldn't stop thinking about the sleek valenced fenders and the warbonnet figurine of the classic cruisers, but the plutonic ideal of this style, the Indian Motorcycle, had been out of production for years.
The structures ranged from the old Warbonnet Lodge hotel to an abandoned gas station and a gutted tribal fish and wildlife office.
8), the artist appears in various urban landscapes wearing his Plains feathered warbonnet, standing alongside an official-looking sign that reads in part:
Haverty had a Santa Fe diesel locomotive painted in the "warbonnet" style at the head of the cars carrying Hunt trailers.
Geiogamah and Rolo are joined by Bruce King, Oneida-Ojibwe author of Evening at the Warbonnet; William Yellow Robe Jr., the Assiniboine Sioux writer of Grandchildren of the Buffalo Soldiers; Marcie Rendon, the White Earth Anishinabe writer of SongCatcher; and Dianne Yeahquo Reyner, the Kiowa artistic director of Lawrence, Kans.--based American Indian Repertory Theatre.
Filled cover to cover with weathering and detailing projects that take no more than a few hours, Done in a Day teaches the reader how to rust the roofs of old auto carriers, make easy pipe and coal loads, model a neglected Santa Fe Warbonnet diesel, add DCC decoders and lights to pre-DCC locomotives, and much more.
Recent discoveries on the Pinedale anticline have been made by BP Amoco at Antelope, Ultra Petroleum at Warbonnet, and Questar Corporation at Mesa-Stewart Point.
The President needed my advice." Iktomi's asides are in small black typeface, often in the form of boasts, questions, or demonstrations: "My warbonnet and trailer (Eagle-friendly feathers made of dyed domestic goose)." These asides often reveal the true nature of Iktomi, especially his foolishness, as much as does the action of the story: "How did my ancestors tell stories if they had no books?" ...