Ponca Compound is also valuable during gestation and after parturition.
When the Ponca met these terrible warriors, they were afraid.
The pledge given and received was the beautiful Ponca maiden, as wife to the fierce chieftain of Omaha.
Then at last a Ponca shot a Padouca so that he fell from his horse.
The Ponca Indians bury their dead in a shallow hole, packing a mound of sward over the body.
Then the Padouca taught the Ponca how to ride, and how to put burdens on the horses.
Sometimes the Ponca were driven back, sometimes the Padouca.
When the Ponca had learned how to ride, and had horses, they went to war again.
A Ponca was the first to reach the tree and he struck it as if it were an enemy.
These Ponca Indians who came to our camp were large, fine-looking men.