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Silver Horn Calendar Record

Detail Page: 1833-1834-1835-1836

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1833-34 Stars Fall Winter
The Leonid meteor storm of November 1833 is noted in the calendars of all the Plains tribes. An impressive display recurring on a thirty-three year cycle, the showing of this year was spectacular all over North America.

1834
No entry

1834-35
No entry

1835 Water Plant Summer
This was the first Kado held since the Osage had returned the Taime. The dancers were not allowed to drink but were given water plants to chew on to relieve their thirst. A water plant is shown on the right.

1835-36 Unnamed winter
Silver Horn shows the bare winter tree without further identification.

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