The way to rainy mountain Momaday N. Scott. About the author- --- Momaday N. Scott who is wholly absorbed in his Native Indian culture throughout his life. He was born with an Indian origin
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The way to rainy mountainMomaday N. Scott
“The Indian world is full of aesthetic values, art. My father was an artist, a painter, and he taught painting to the children at Jemez Pueblo. They exhibited all over the world. They became famous for their art. He once said to me, ”You know, Scott, I have never known an Indian child who couldn‘t draw.“ I believe that. I haven’t either. That seems intrinsic somehow. That‘s a real part of the Indian world, this love of symmetry and composition. It’s a great thing. That has been important to me as well. Indian people have a strong sense of humor. It‘s not easily understood by other people, but it’s there and I love that. That‘s been a part of my life too.”
------Momaday N. Scott
Ancestors: nomadic hunters of Asian Mongoloid over Bering Straight land ice bridge during last glacial period(最后一次冰川期14—4万年以前）
1835 The Kiowa sign the Treaty of Fort Gibson, promising peace with fellow Indian tribes and the U.S. government
1853 The Kiowa sign the Treaty of Fort Atkinson, Promising peace with the U.S
1865 The Kiowa agree, under violent protest, to settle on a reservation south of the Arkansas River.
1868 The Kiowa are assigned to a reservation in Oklahoma.
1901-1906 Kiowa reservation is severed into individual allotments