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  3. This is a list of Native American leaders who participated in the American Indian Wars, which occurred throughout the early 17th century until the early 20th century. This list includes both chiefs and others. Name Life Years Active Tribe Of Origin Comments Black Elk: – –s.
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  8. Nov 26,  · Dartmouth's nickname until the s was "the Indians." Though the college abandoned its Native imagery, the Dartmouth Indian lives on unofficially at school functions and on school products. The latest contretemps flared when the Native American Council placed an advertisement denouncing a long list of arguably anti-Indian incidents.

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