We vote on which member of the tribe is the next leader, it used to be the eldest son of the current chief that would be the next leader, but that didn't turn out well so we started to do a voting process.
they held cerimonies
He was the child of the past leader
who is the leader of the wakashans tribe
leader of the Shoshone Indian Tribe
the leader choose the next leader .
Richard J. Peterson was the leader of the Tlingit tribe
The eastern tribe
Another elder takes their place until the tribe decides the next tribe leader.
The leader of the Bedouin tribe or clan is called a shaykh.
The leader of an Arab tribe is call a shaikh or sheikh.
who was the wampanoaog tribe leader
The Plains Indian choose there leader by good behavior and by being with the tribe for many years and showing Alot of respect for the Tribe. If they did something very good or Amazing for the Tribe all the groups would come together and have a vote of if he should be the leader to make commands for the Tribe and to stick up for the tribe. The Chief or leader of the Group would make the events for the following day like for an Example for a fishing tournament or to have a feast on a certain day. Being a leader or chief could be very dangerous in battle with another tribe because if you are in combat with another tribe they always would go for the chief first because if the chief died the group will flee from battle. Then in a couple more years another chief would be chosen
Chief Joseph was the leader of the Nez Perce tribe in 1877
yes, the original quileute tribe leader was related to Jacob
the leader of the Mayan tribe is Montezuma.
By 18 france can vote and choose their leader.
The leader of the tribe was pontiac
The members of the Karankawa tribe would choose a civil leader. To that extent, it is a democracy. The war chief was always the son of the oldest man of the tribe. That leans towards being a monarchy. Women did not have any power. The tribe is now extinct.
Yes, they do. The Yuki tribe has a head-chief.
They choose there leader by there knoldege and skills in hunting and fishing
James Brow has written: 'Shuswap of Canada' -- subject(s): Shuswap Indians, Social life and customs, Psychology
Yes they did.