Clampitt's 'The Prairie' is a poem that recounts the harshness of historical settlement in the Mid-West and prefers the nomadic trace of the Indian predecessors, the 'wickiup
| now here, now there' (p.
I decided to turn the debris into a wickiup
, a stickframe shelter that looks like an upside-down bowl.
"Then another full day to set up the tepee and the wickiup
." Behind her, Hicks's husband and son fling their tomahawks into a tree stump, the thwack of flying tomahawks being a common sound at the Fort Bridger Rendezvous in Fort Bridger, Wyoming.
Roused from his sleep, haske bahnzin ran from his kowa or wickiup
, toward the dance ground.
They gazed upon it with the enthusiasm that a naked Amazonian Indian might greet the sudden arrival of a tumble-drier in his wickiup
He called this enterprise Hanson's Wigwam, or sometimes Hanson's Wickiup
. As he later wrote in his master's thesis, "The lectures included Indian history, lore, costumes and stories with demonstrations by the Indians themselves in dance, pantomime and song." The control over reservation Utes exercised by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, whether direct or indirect, played a role in Hanson's planning for these presentations.
Well, I'd just, come out of the Last Chance something that looks like a cross between an Injun wickiup
and a motherless circus tent.
Thursday after she had gotten lost while attempting to travel to Wickiup
Reservoir for a family camping trip.
No motorboats are allowed on these lakes, but you can rent one or use your own on nearby Wickiup
"And there was another significant archaeological site discovered nearby around the same time as the medicine wheels that we believe is wickiup
(aka wigwam) depression.