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Lone Wolf,

d. 1879, Kiowa Chief. He led some KiowasKiowa
, Native North Americans whose language is thought to form a branch of the Aztec-Tanoan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). The Kiowa, a nomadic people of the Plains area, had several distinctive traits, including a pictographic calendar and the worship of a
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 on raids in 1874 after his son had been killed by whites, but he was defeated and with a number of followers was deported to Florida, where he remained in military confinement for three years; he died one year after his release.
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Tune in for 10 capers from Columbia Pictures' classic serial, including Warren William in THE LONE WOLF SPY HUNT(August 8) with Ida Lupino and Rita Hayworth; THE LONE WOLF TAKES A CHANCE(August 14); COUNTER-ESPIONAGE(August 21); and Gerald Mohr in THE NOTORIOUS LONE WOLF(August 28).
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