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Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Amédée, French surgeon, 1802-1858. See: Bonnet capsule.

Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Charles B., Philosopher, physician, natural scientist, Swiss 1720-1793. See: Bonnet syndrome.
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(3) An expressed goal of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in developing the Owl Feather War Bonnet facility is to produce an economic stimulus for the Tribe through the export of electricity to meet the country's rising demand.
I think there should be shots of Lakotas, all wearing war bonnets, of course, making Kraft dinner, hitchhiking into town, playing pool, peeing ...
Louis' Gateway Arch, a Sioux war bonnet, for example, is covered in dust and grime.
Yet the warrior who never wore a war bonnet, only a single feather, and who throughout his short life did his best to feed the poor and helpless of his tribe, remains a shadowy figure still.
Table : 1990 Economic Outlook Seminars Wednesday, January 24 Cavanaugh's Kalispell Friday, January 26 Holiday Inn-Parkside Missoula Tuesday, January 30 Radisson Northern Hotel Billings Thursday, February 1 Rainbow Hotel Great Falls Friday, February 2 Colonial Inn Helena Tuesday, February 6 War Bonnet Inn Butte Wednesday, February 7 Holiday Inn Bozeman
I'm looking for a plastic canvas pattern for an Indian chief head-wearing war bonnet. I have been asked to make one for friends who have one, but it is getting worn.
All four have keyless ignition, cruise control and ABS, plus pure-Indian style features such as the "War Bonnet" mascot and the iconic valenced fenders.
In the town near my reserve, there is a junior C hockey team called the Lakefield Chiefs, which I don't think was a conscious decision to honour local Police or Fire Chiefs, seeing as their logo is that of an Indian head wearing a feathered war bonnet.
Maybe TV producers imagine we're all sat in front of the box saying things like: "Hey Jeannie, look - there's a guy in full Highland regalia and an Indian war bonnet. The Tartan Army are pure dead brilliant so they are."
Youngchief's book is the first of a three-part series he will be writing on how to make a variety of regalia; including the tail fan, wing fan, men's and ladies' traditional breast plates, feather hat, war bonnet and porcupine head-roach.
This issue's PowwowFashions highlights the different styles of bonnets from the better known 'war bonnet' to caps adorned with fur hides.
"We queued for five hours and he was very impressive with this huge coloured war bonnet - he looked 10 feet tall.