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American Indian Flags and the L&C Bicentennial
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TitleAmerican Indian Flags and the L&C Bicentennial
AbstractWhen Lewis and Clark made their expedition through the western lands of the United States, the hundred tribal nations recorded by Lewis and Clark did not have tribal flags. Today, however, and in part due to the bicentennial of the expedition, most of the "nations" have a tribal flag, and "several tribal flags were adopted specifically in anticipation of the bicentennial." The article includes colored images of 50 of these flags.
AuthorEdward B. Kaye
DateMay 2008
SourceWe Proceeded On
LocationMVSC Q 917.804 W361
Volume34
Number2
Page20-25
SubjectIndigenous peoples
Flags
Local SubjectIndians
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID218207
CONTENTdm number37885
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