Final Edition - The May 2014 Newsletter. Read Leslie Knope's final newsletter as head of Pawnee's Parks and Recreation Department.
Information about the Pawnee Indians for students and teachers. Covers food, homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Pawnees.
W. Bruce Pratt is Sworn in as President of the Pawnee Nation by Dianne Barker Harrold, Chief Judge of the Pawnee Nation. Also pictured are Duane Pratt and Jr. Pratt.
The Pawnee are a Midwestern Native American tribe historically inhabiting territory on the Great plains along the Missouri river in present-day Nebraska and in ...
Descended from Caddoan linguistic stock, the Pawnee were unlike most of the Plains Indians as their villages tended to be permanent.
WELCOME! The Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome you to the new online home of the City of Pawnee.. "Where the west remains"! Pawnee is a friendly little town ...
Pawnee initially refers to a Native American people and its language: Pawnee people; Pawnee language; Pawnee is also the name of several places in the United States:
PAWNEE. He who receives a pawn or pledge. 2. The rights of the pawnee are to have the exclusive possession of the pawn; to use it, when it is for the advantage of the ...
noun, plural Pawnees (especially collectively) Pawnee for 1. 1. a member of a confederacy of North American Plains Indians of Caddoan stock formerly located along the ...
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