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They may not be against the Indian name, but are surely uncomfortable with the Chief portrayal. Sockalexis died on Christmas Eve at the age of 42 on an Indian reservation in Maine. Kyle June 20, at 4: Dubbed the Lando Calrissian Accents Collection, it includes a bottle stopper and two different sets of porcelain salad plates with golden accents. Perhaps you ought to go back and apologize or even go to school so you can learn how to write proper English. I think that is entirely a maybe. But few ballplayers can play a perfect summer.
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The More Things Change If I could only come across one of them. Pagination for search results. About Me Sean Kleefeld. Chief Wahoo was a Native American of unknown tribe who became a multi-millionaire when oil was discovered on his land.
Eventually, they got back to Tepee Town, where he'd started. Float Left Float Right. Show only see all Show only. This is a pleasant enough fantasy for the white man, but where does it leave the Natives? The storyline, full of puns and other types of broad humor, then revolved around show biz, first in New York and later in Hollywood, where Wahoo's stereotyped patois fit right in.