Description: Article discusses the ethnocentrism that can occur between feuding tribes through the example of Outbreak of 1874, an uprising of Kiowas, and its recounting by an elderly Wichita woman. Karl Schmitt examines the old prejudices that still seem to exist between the two tribes, and whether or not these biases distort the telling of events.
Date: Summer 1950
Creator: Schmitt, Karl
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society