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Their route lies either through the Crow country, and the Black Hills, or through the lands of the Nez Perces, Flatheads, Bannacks, and Shoshonies.
Here he found a village or encampment of forty huts or tents, covered with mats, and inhabited by Nez Perces, or Pierced-nose Indians, as they are called by the traders; but Chipunnish, as they are called by themselves.
Clarke laid up his barge and canoes in a sheltered place, on the banks of a small bay, overgrown with shrubs and willows, confiding them to the care of the Nez Perce chief, who, on being promised an ample compensation, engaged to have a guardian eye upon them; then mounting his steed, and putting himself at the head of his little caravan, he shook the dust off his feet as he turned his back upon this village of rogues and hard dealers.
Un Corse la finira," found within the words, "Revolution Francaise"; "Eh, c'est large nez," in "Charles Genest," an abbe at the court of Louis XIV.
The town is named for Joseph of the Nez Perc` - a Christianised name for both a father and a son who went to their graves fighting to hold on to the valley.
Joseph was the leader of a band of Nez Perce Indians that lived for millennia in the valleys and canyons of the Wallowa country in what is now northeast Oregon.
At first, the task seemed insurmountable "because even amongst ourselves, we didn't agree on all the right Navajo words," Nez said.
The connection between Chief Joseph and Brother to Dragons is reemphasized with a discussion of the auspicious first encounter between the Nez Perce and representatives of the United States in the "Note" Warren inserts between the poem's epigraphs and the body of the poem itself: "The Nez Perce entered history as the friendly hosts to the explorers Lewis and Clark, and took care of their superfluous possessions when the expedition made the last push to the Pacific" (CJ, 491).
The Nez Perce, or Nimiipuu, were one of three Indian tribes that the 1804-06 Lewis and Clark expedition spent substantial time with, lingering at the border between today's Washington, Oregon, and Idaho both outgoing and incoming.
Nez, 91 when the students interviewed him in June 2012, is the last of the original 29 Navajo code talkers, the group that created the code and used it in battle in the South Pacific.
Nez guides the tours, which can be customized, but generally roll by the headquarters of Heifer International and the Clinton Presidential Park, making a stop on the pedestrian bridge for a photo, and then moves on to the Bill Clark Wetlands, Riverfront Park and beyond.
Anouar Al Balkimi, pour avoir menti au sujet d'un cambriolage dont il a ete victime alors qu'il s'etait fait opere du nez pour des fins esthetiques.