Yahi


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a member of an extinct North American Indian people who lived in northern California

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the Yanan language spoken by the Yahi

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Ishi, right, the last of the Yahi tribe, appeared in 1911 at a slaughterhouse in Oroville, California.
At that moment, Moussa screeched loudly in his language, Hausa, some words, "bukata na yahi reyna.
Pas de reaction a cet article Le correspondant de Mosaique Fm, Ali Yahi a declare que l'Algerie a demande aux autorites tunisiennes de renforcer la surveillance sur ses cotes et ses frontieres au Sud du pays.
Timbuktu's architectural treasures including a total of 16 mausoleums and the distinctive major Djingareyber, Sankore and Sidi Yahi mosques are included on UNESCO's coveted World Heritage List.
Ishi, considerado el ultimo Yahi, encontrado en 1911, vivio en el Museo de Antropologia de la Universidad de California bajo la proteccion de Alfred Kroeber hasta su muerte (Kroeber 1961).
Tunisian Sonia Daggou beat Sudanese Samah Yahi (6-1, 6-1) and Ons Jabber won over Samia Ismail (same score), before Daggou and Jabber beat Yahi and Ismail in doubles (6-0, 6-2).
They weren't like Ishi--the last survivor of California's Yahi tribe, who spent many of his years housed at the University of California, a living museum relic who died two years after Martha.
Jan jan ki hai yahi pukaar, baar baar aur lagataar,
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Vizenor spends much of this screenplay deliberating upon how Ishi, "the Last Yahi," so termed by Alfred Kroeber, is not qualified to produce art under the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 because he is not an enrolled member or recognized artisan of a tribe with recognition by the United States of America, illustrating the ways in which settler governments seek to imagine Indians out of existence.
As early as 7,500 years ago, the Mount Tehama region was a seasonal home for the Atsugewi, Maidu, Yahi and Yana tribes.
On behalf of the Ministry of Culture of Algeria, Madame Yahi was on the phone from her office in Algiers, talking to me in midtown Manhattan.
Up through the Civil War, the Yahi dwelt in rough ridge and canyon country.