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Who is Colestah?
Colestah was one of the five wives of Chief Kamiakin of the Yakama Native American tribe. She is described as being a medicine woman, a psychic, and a warrior. In 1858 she accompanied Kamiakin to the Battle of Four Lakes, armed with a stone war club, vowing to fight by his side. When Kamiakin was wounded, Colestah carried him off and used her skills in traditional tribal medicine to nurse him back to health.
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The Encyclopedia of Amazons (2015)
Women Warriors from Antiquity to the Modern Era by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
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Scrabble value of C3O1L1E1S1T1A1H4
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