Some of its portholes still remain as reminders of the times of the war whoop and scalp dance.
There is no doubt that the war whoop also should be represented as red.
Shortly after landing him, while resting on her paddles, she heard the sa-sa-kwan, or war whoop.
The Indians rose as if from under the ground, giving their war whoop as they sprang.
The remaining Indians, yelling their war whoop, fled down the river.
The next, the crags behind them rang to the sound of the war whoop.
And indeed, they were130 roused by war whoop and savage yell to see swarming around their weak barricade, the dreaded enemy.
The chief threw the back of his hand to his mouth and gave the war whoop.
But it is not Indian tactics to charge home, unless the enemy is frightened into flight by the war whoop and the first rush.
Then your tribe may give its war whoop as a sign of victory.