Eagle Feather

Eagle Feather may refer to:

  • The feather of an eagle.
  • Eagle feather law in the United States.
  • Eagle Feather is a short story by Habib Ahmadzadeh about the civilian resistance against the Iraqi siege of the southern Iranian city of Abadan during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88).

Other articles related to "eagle feather, eagle feathers":

Freedom Of Religion In The United States - Situation of Minority Groups - Situation of Native Americans
... Continuing charges of religious discrimination have largely centered on the eagle feather law, the use of ceremonial peyote, and the repatriation of Native American human remains and cultural and ... As a result, the possession of eagle feathers is restricted to ethnic Native Americans, a policy that is seen as controversial for several reasons ...

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