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Travois

n. pl. tra·vois (tr -voiz , tr v oiz ).

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TRAVOIS
Travois. • 15-year family-owned small business with award-winning experts in LIHTC industry. • Headquartered in Kansas City.
Travois New Markets LLC Project Description Form from www
Travois New Markets LLC Project Description Form from www.travois.com.
Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatcher. Vol. 10, Winter 2010.
Imataa Manistsi: Blackfoot Dog Travois
The following travois instruction is appropriate for young adults and adults.
Finding Aid to the Travois Club (Fargo, N.D.) Records
Finding Aid to the. Travois Club (Fargo, N.D.

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"A Song for the Horse Nation" Gallops into Washington
Life-size model horses, one pulling a 19th-century Cheyenne travois and another tacked in a dazzling display of fully beaded traditional Apsaalooke (Crow) regalia, will also be on display.
Mayor James appoints new members to TIF Commission
•Philip Glynn, vice president of economic development at Travois Inc., a Kansas City-based housing and economic development financing firm. •Kelley Martin, of Martin Financial Group LLC.
Paxson paintings removed from courthouse in anticipation of 'potential' remodel
"The final picture is a sad picture of Native peoples with travois being pushed off the road by teamsters," Maechling said. Sad, at least, in the hindsight of a new millennium. But in 1910 "they looked at it as progress ...

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Travois - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Welcome to Travois
To make a reservation, call 360-530-1234 and ask for the "Travois" group.
Travois | Define Travois at Dictionary.com
Travois definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
Dog Travois
Making a Travois - YouTube
Dec 29, 2009 How can we carry heavy loads with ease in the bush? The natives used what is called a "travois".

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