Pine Leaf was a Woman Chief and warrior of the Crow people

The woman known as Woman Chief was a warrior of the Crow tribe and one of their most significant leaders in the 19th century. She was the third-ranking member of the Council of Chiefs, and it is possible that she was the “Pine Leaf” person described in James Beckwourth’s autobiography. Woman Chief was born in the Gros Ventres nation in Montana around 1806; the Crow people took her as a prisoner when she was only 10 years old. Pine Leaf, illustration by Beckwourth from his autobiography. A Crow warrior adopted…

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15 Of The Greatest Warrior Cultures From History

Since the dawn of mankind, the ambit of conflict has always been a constant feature in the intricate tapestry of history. And in such a vast scope of destruction and death, there have been a few civilizations, tribes and factions that have rather ‘thrived’ on warlike conditions. So, without further ado, let us check out the fifteen of the most disciplined, ferocious yet tactically evolved warrior cultures who had nigh perfected the ‘art of war’ or rather the art of dealing with war. *Note – The list not only reflects their…

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