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Cheyenne Legend - Origin of the Buffalo
In ancient times, a tribe of Tsitsitas (Cheyenne) hunters lived at the head of a rushing stream. The stream eventually emptied into a mysterious, large cave. Because of the great need for a new food supply for his people, the Chief called a council meeting to explore the cave. What did they find?

Children of the Tipi – Book Review
Children of the Tipi, is a book about Life in the Buffalo Days. This is beautifully accomplished through original and rare photographs and prolific quotes from the wisdom of traditional American Indian leaders and elders.

Crow Fair Today
Today, the identity of the Crow People is strengthened through the reunion of tribal clans as well as traditional dances and rodeo.

Crow Fair Unites Cultures
Historical Native American gathering unites cultures from the past and the present. United first by pain, the powerful force of forgiveness paves a way forward in this world from historical trauma to historical healing.

Diabetes – Healing From Within
The wisdom of our ancestors tells us that the keys to physical health, emotional stability, and mental clarity are found any time we remember we have a constant connection to spirit.

Diabetes in Indian Country
Native Americans suffer from the highest rates of diabetes than any other race. Ultimately, knowledge is power and through this we can create a healthy pathway for the future generations that follow after us.

Do What Needs to Be Done for the Good of All
Concern for the highest good of all was a virtue that helped our Ancestors thrive and was a concept that served as the backbone to tribal society. Our regal Chiefs of the past believed that personal achievement that would assist the whole were acts worthy of adding a Coup Feather to one’s Bonnet.

Dream Catcher
In North America it would be hard to find someone, of any age or background, who is not familiar with the object known as a Dream Catcher. These familiar objects can even be found in Dollar Stores across the continent and come in all colors of the rainbow.

Earth Friendly Thinking
Our inner world of thought is reflected in our outer world of environment and Native American teachings have always pointed towards the interconnectedness of all that is. For the sake of my grandchildren and great grandchildren I choose to take action not only physically but mentally as well.

Elk Medicine
Our Ancestors realized the wonder and value of nature. They looked to nature as a great teacher. We are taught that nature speaks to us if we listen. The secrets of life are revealed among the behavior of animals, the creativity in flower blossoms, and in the whisperings of the trees.

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