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cayuse

the strong, hardy pony used by American Indians.
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Influential Old World winemakers move to Walla Walla Valley: Jean-Francois Pellet of Pepper Bridge and Amavi, Gilles Nicault (then) of Woodward Canyon, Marie-Eve Gilla of Forgeron Cellars (in zoo1), and grower Christophe Baron of Cayuse.
The AH-64 Apache and its Hellfire missiles were now in the planning to join the arsenal and perform the heavy attack role attributed to Aviation; but, as the strike mission grew in importance, it appeared to Army Aviation military leaders, in the early 1980s, that the combined portfolio of OH-6 Cayuse and OH-58 Kiowa was not sufficient enough in numbers to properly carry out the forward scout mission crucial for Apache targets' designations:
Second is the capture of a Cayuse Indian/Rod Rondeaux by Meek, who intends to kill him, but is prevented from doing so by the others.
Fellow travelers Paul Dano, Zoe Kazan and Shirley Henderson have a more difficult time blending in with the milieu initially, while Rondeaux renders the Cayuse captive compellingly unreadable.
A four-day celebration of the Spanish Mustang was hosted by the Cayuse Ranch in Oshoto, Wyoming, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Spanish Mustang registry which Bob Brislawn founded with that first tiny handful of horses he determined to be surviving descendants of the Native American horse.
The federal government reassigned Henry in 1940 to serve as superintendent of the Umatilla, Cayuse, and Walla Walla reservation in northeast Oregon.
Naval Test Pilot School plans to replace its six TH-6B Cayuse helicopters with five H-72 Lakotas, starting in 2009.
Raymond Wells) tells of the origins of the Cayuse War (1848-55) in the murder of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman, American Missionary Board evangelists who in 1836 brought agriculture, literacy, and the "White Man's Book of Heaven" to Waiilatpu, on the Walla Walla River in what is today Washington State.
As too have Washington's Cayuse and Matthews, as well as Oakland's JC Cellars and Sonoma's Pax.
Then Cayuse Indians believed Marcus Whitman was not trying hard enough to cure their diseases--diseases introduced by white settlers--but was instead trying to poison them in order to seize their lands.
H) A riveting history of the Oregon Trail woven around the story of Narcissa Whitman and her husband, early missionaries to the Cayuse Indians.
The health effects to Umatilla, Cayuse, Walla Walla, Coeur d'Alene, Colville, Kalispel, Nez Perce, Spokane, and members of the Warm Springs tribe were not examined, despite their subsistence culture, which included diets high in contaminated fish.