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    Indians is a play by Arthur Kopit. At its core is Buffalo Bill Cody and his Wild West Show. The play examines the contradictions of Cody's life and his work with Native Americans. The play premiered in London in 1968. After 16 previews, the Broadway production, directed by Gene Frankel, opened on October 13, 1969 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where it ran for 96 performances. The cast included Stacy Keach, Manu Tupou, Tom Aldredge, Kevin Conway, Charles Durning, Raul Julia, and Sam Waterston. In 1976, Robert Altman wrote and directed a screen adaptation called Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson. The cast included Paul Newman, Joel Grey, Kevin McCarthy, Geraldine Chaplin, Denver Pyle, and Harvey Keitel.

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    The name by which the various tribes of aborigines scattered over the extensive continent of America are distinguished. They are divided into numerous tribes and nations, all in a state more or less savage, and having all the peculiar characteristics of that kind of life. They generally decline as the civilized population advances into the country; though reservations of land have always been set apart by the U. S. government for the support of tribes within its territory. (See Indians and their Agencies.) A short description of the most important tribes will be found under appropriate headings in this work.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Indians in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

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    The numerical value of Indians in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Steve Hagerty:

    With everything going on in the climate, with George Floyd, this is the perfect time now because people are starting to wake up. i am interested in learning more and believe the history of Black people should be taught to all children and include all groups, Women, LatinX, and Native Indians who helped to build America.

  2. Valentin Lopez:

    We were raised not to say anything bad about the Catholic religion, but at the same time, we can't stay quiet about this. It's like the altar boy scandal. All the people who stayed quiet about the altar boy scandal, how do they feel now? it seems like the church is doing all it can to separate Serra from the atrocities and deaths and what happened to the Indians, but that does not work.

  3. Survival International:

    The Indians are more vulnerable now than they have been for years, as they’re now at the mercy of thousands of loggers and goldminers who are massing on their borders, or actually invading with impunity, only a global outcry can prevent more Indians from being killed.

  4. Sushma Swaraj:

    We don't have direct contact with them, but we have contacts with sources in the country, they are telling us the Indians are safe and have not been killed.

  5. Finley Peter Dunne:

    The Puritans gave thanks for being preserved from the Indians, and we give thanks for being preserved from the Puritans.

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    • A. ectomorphic
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