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Warrior,

river, Ala.: see Black WarriorBlack Warrior,
navigable river, 178 mi (286 km) long, rising in N central Ala. and flowing generally SW to the Tombigbee River. The Black Warrior drains a coal- and cotton-producing area, but these industries have declined, specifically in Birmingham, Ala.
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Warrior

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The West Coast Warrior Society believes that government and law-enforcement agencies are using public fear to allow anti-terrorism resources in the country to be used to investigate and curtail Aboriginal activism in Canada, and thwart the legitimate efforts of Indian warrior societies to protect Aboriginal interests across the country.
Secondly, the oscillation of most Bronze Age and Iron Age societies between two ideal types: a pastoral, warrior society marked by fortified sites and richly furnished burials, and an agricultural society with less obvious signs of hierarchy in its more standardized burials and uniform village settlement patterns.
The principle socio-economic measures Spenser and Davies recommend - including private property, patrilineal inheritance, converting land from pasture to tillage, urbanization, and imposition of English law - along with a host of minor proposals (relating to such matters as beards and cloaks) are intended to discourage the violence endemic to an aristocratic warrior society, which is what the tracts mean by barbarism.
The cult is the current day and controversial Mohawk Warrior Society.
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THE SIOUX Life and Customs of a Warrior Society | Royal B.
THE CANADIAN FORCES WILL offer an official apology for listing the Mohawk Warrior Society as a potentially violent insurgent group in a draft manual in 2006.
Whistles belong to a society, the warrior society of long ago.
Peter Beaucage (Ojibway Nation) offered that, "in our community we are forming an Ogitchidaw Society which is a society that is an organization like a warrior society.
It's like going into a church and stealing the altar," said Ernie Dockery, a member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe and commander of the Native American Veterans Warrior Society.
The study bears the same name as a once-powerful Sioux organization called the Strong Heart warrior society, notes Calvin Sitting Bull, a historian at Oglala Lakota Community College in Kyle, S.
He became a Worthy Young Man early in life, and then was asked to join the warrior society.