Indians and Eagles

Heredia, Rick
April 2003
News from Native California;Spring2003, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p32
Presents information on the importance of eagles to local American Indians in California. Overview of the capture of an eagle for research purposes; Injury that can be inflicted by the talons of an eagle; Symbolism of an eagle for the Indians.


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