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Cleveland
      
Indians
Indians
   play at   
Progressive Field
Formerly Jacobs Field - was renamed in January 2008
Arkansas State
   has the   
Indians
Jonesboro, Arkansas
1920
   World Series Champions were the   
Cleveland Indians
5 games to 2 v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1948
   World Series Champions were the   
Cleveland Indians
6 games v. Boston Braves
1626
      
Manhattan Was Purchased from the Indians
Purchased from the Delaware Native Americans for trade goods worth about $500-$700 in today's dollars.
St Anthony of Padua
   is patron saint of   
American Indians
Pascua-Yaqui, Zuni, Navajo, Hopi
   are all   
Native Southwest American Indians
Skokomish, Umatilla, Klamath, Yakama
   are all   
Native Northwest American Indians
Choctaw, Cherokee, Catawba, Seminole
   are all   
Native Southeast American Indians
Narragansett, Tuscarora, Wampanoag, Cayuga
   are all   
Native Northeast American Indians
Manhattan Island Was Bought from the Indians for $24.00
   is   
True
What Peter Minuit gave the Manhattoe tribe was a package of trinkets and cloth valued at 60 guilders, roughly equivalent to $24.00
Indians
   in Latin would be   
Indi
Ten Little Indians (1965)
   starred   
Hugh O'Brien, Shirley Eaton and Fabian
Director: George Pollock. Also starred Leo Gann, Stanley Holloway & Wilfrid Hyde-White. Plot: Agatha Christie tale of 10 people invited to an isolated place only to find that an unseen person is killing them one by one. One of them?
Ten Little Indians (1965)
   has the tagline   
WE DARE YOU TO GUESS!
1924
   was the year   
American Indians Were Given Full Citizenship
Finally
Al Lopez
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1951-1956
Jimmie Dykes
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1960-1961
Mike Hargrove
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1991-1999
Lou Boudreau
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1942-1950; player/manager; member, Hall of Fame
Frank Robinson
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1975-1977; first two years as player-manager
Steve O'Neill
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1935-1937
Alvin Dark
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1968-1971
Birdie Tebbetts
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1964-66
Lee Fohl
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1915-1919
Tris Speaker
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
1919-1926; every year as player-manager; member Hall of Fame
Charlie Manuel
   was manager of   
Cleveland Indians
2000-2002
Larry Doby
   is famous for   
CF, Indians, 1942-43, 1946-1959
First African-American player in the American League. Doby played for the Newark Eagles of the Negro Leagues 1942-43 and 1946. He joined the Indians in 1947.






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