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Definition funny of Ponca:
adj- A put down; not a nice name to give someone.
You're a ponca! You little ponca!
Songs about Ponca:
Ponca War Dance by American Indian Ensemble from the Album Authentic Music Of The American Indian (Digitally Remastered)
Ponca Helushka Dance by American Indian Ensemble from the Album Authentic Music Of The American Indian (Digitally Remastered)
Four Ponca Songs by Brian Stoner and Kyle Robedeaux from the Album Prayers for Life - Peyote Songs of the Native American Church
Ponca Flag Song by White Hawk from the Album White Hawk
Ponca Prayer Song by Millard Clark And Southern Singers from the Album National Native American Veterans' Honoring Pow-Wow
War Dance (Ponca) by Various Indian Tribes from the Album American Indian Ceremonial & War Dances
Fiddler Dance the Light Strathspey - Mor a Cheannaich - Trip to Ponca City by Sue Richards from the Album Morning Aire
Books about Ponca:
Ponca City and Kay County Boom Towns (OK) (Images of America) by Clyde R. Franks (Jun 17, 2002)
The Ponca Tribe, Second Edition by James H. Howard, Judi M. gaiashkibos and Donald N. Brown (Jun 1, 2010)
The Ponca Tribe by James H. Howard and Donald N. Brown (Aug 1, 1995)
The Ponca Chiefs: An Indian's Attempt to Appeal from the Tomahawk to the Courts by Thomas Henry Tibbles (Nov 14, 2008)
The Ponca sun dance by George Amos Dorsey 1868-1931 (Dec 31, 1905)
Standing Bear of the Ponca by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve (Oct 1, 2013)
The Ponca Chiefs : An Account of the Trial of Standing Bear by Thomas H. Tibbles (1972)
Movies about Ponca:
Durango Kid Collection VI ~ 6 Great Westerns 2 DVD ~ Stranger From Ponca City, The West Of Sonora Prairie Roundup... -
Wiki information Ponca:
The Ponca are a Native American people of the Dhegihan branch of the Siouan-language group. There are two federally recognized Ponca tribes: the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and the Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma. Their traditions and historical...
Ponca is a city and county seat of Dixon County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 961 at the 2010 census.