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Kelly Shoppach - Career - Cleveland Indians
27, 2006, Shoppach was traded from the Red Sox to the Cleveland Indians, along with third base prospect Andy Marté, pitcher Guillermo Mota, a player ... The Indians in turn sent outfielder Coco Crisp, catcher Josh Bard, and pitcher David Riske to the Red Sox ... The Indians received minor league pitcher Randy Newsom from the Red Sox to complete the trade ...
Asian South African - Indians
... There are more than 1 million Indians in South Africa, most of whom are descended from indentured labourers who were brought into the country by the British from India in the mid-19th ... also subsequently immigrated ("Passenger Indians") ... Indian South Africans form the largest grouping of people of Indian descent born outside India ...
Mount Desert Island - History
... Deep shell heaps indicate American Indian encampments dating back 6,000 years in Acadia National Park, but prehistoric records are scanty ... The first written descriptions of Maine coast Indians, recorded 100 years after European trade contacts began, describe American Indians who lived off the land by hunting, fishing, collecting ... The Wabanaki Indians knew Mount Desert Island as Pemetic, "the sloping land" ...
Indian Red - Lyrics
... end dans day Madi cu defio, en dans dey, end dans day We are the Indians, Indians, Indians of the nation The wild, wild creation We won't bow down Down on the ground ...
Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians
... The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI), ᏣᎳᎩᏱ ᏕᏣᏓᏂᎸᎩ or Tsalagiyi Detsadanilvgi is a federally recognized Native American tribe in the United States of America, who are descended ... The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are primarily the descendants of those persons listed on the Baker Rolls of Cherokee Indians ... The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is one of three federally recognized Cherokee tribes, the others being the Cherokee Nation and the United Keetoowah ...

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    I was surprised by Joe’s asking me how far it was to the Moosehorn. He was pretty well acquainted with this stream, but he had noticed that I was curious about distances, and had several maps. He and Indians generally, with whom I have talked, are not able to describe dimensions or distances in our measures with any accuracy. He could tell, perhaps, at what time we should arrive, but not how far it was.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The Indians invited us to lodge with them, but my companion inclined to go to the log camp on the carry. This camp was close and dirty, and had an ill smell, and I preferred to accept the Indians’ offer, if we did not make a camp for ourselves; for, though they were dirty, too, they were more in the open air, and were much more agreeable, and even refined company, than the lumberers.... So we went to the Indians’ camp or wigwam.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    But where is laid the sailor John
    That so many lands had known,
    Quiet lands or unquiet seas
    Where the Indians trade or Japanese?
    He never found his rest ashore,
    Moping for one voyage more.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)