Some articles on tribes, tribe:
... Tribes of Redwall Badgers (2001) Tribes of Redwall Otters (2001) Tribes of Redwall Mice (2003) ...
... "Israel" then had twelve sons, which began the twelve tribes of Israel ... the ten northern tribes revolted, seceded from the south, and became the Kingdom of Israel ... After being subsequently conquered by Assyria, the ten tribes disappear from Biblical record, becoming the Lost Tribes of Israel ...
... United Tribes Technical College is a tribal college in Bismarck, North Dakota ... Founded in 1969 by an association of North Dakota's native tribes, the college offers certificate programs and two-year degrees in over 20 programs of study ...
... has been subdivided once by Harms (1930) into five tribes and then revisited and restructured by Shulze-Menz (1964) ... Four tribes have been recognized since then sensu Endress (1989) ...
... Emir of Darfur, who was from the Southern Darfur Arab Rizeigat tribe led by Sheikh Madibbo, defeated the Ottoman forces led by Slatin Pasha (that had just invaded Egypt earlier that year) in ... Muhammad, himself an Arab of Southern Darfur from Ta’isha tribe, demanded that the pastoralist tribes provide soldiers, several tribes rose up in revolt ... Under colonial rule, financial and administrative resources were directed to the tribes of central Sudan near Khartoum to the detriment of the outlying regions such as Darfur ...
Famous quotes containing the word tribes:
“All the shadwy tribes of Mind,
In braided dance their murmurs joined,”
—William Collins (17211759)
“That those tribes [the Sac and Fox Indians] cannot exist surrounded by our settlements and in continual contact with our citizens is certain. They have neither the intelligence, the industry, the moral habits, nor the desire of improvement which are essential to any favorable change in their condition.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)
“A stranger came one night to Yussoufs tent,
Saying, Behold one outcast and in dread,
Against whose life the bow of power is bent,
Who flies, and hath not where to lay his head;
I come to thee for shelter and for food,
To Yussouf, called through all our tribes he Good.
This tent is mine, said Yussouf, but no more
Than it is Gods; come in, and be at peace;”
—James Russell Lowell (18191891)