The Indian chief Kamiakin
Chief Kamiakin was born around 1800 and he died in 1877. His father, Tsyiyak, was a Palouse Indian and his mother, Kamoshnite, was a Yakima Indian. Both his mother's father and brother were also Yakima chiefs. Kamiakin was not the head chief of the Yakima Indians because there were several chiefs of different Indian bands. The people of the Yakima tribe were what are called Plateau Indians. They ate mostly salmon, roots, berries, and nuts.
Chief Kamiakin grew up in central Washington but later traveled with his family to the Great Plains. While living there, Kamiakin became a ski…
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: