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Brule & Airo 18/18- Circle Of Life
 
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Brule & Airo Spring Tour concert held March 20, 2009 at the Watertown SD Events Center. "Circle of Life" Paul LaRouch, adopted at birth off the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation, discovered his heritage in 1993 after the death of both adoptive parents. He was united on Thanksgiving day 1993 with a brother, sister, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The discovery of his true heritage has greatly affected Pauls life and those around him. The influence on his career has been monumental. Overwhelmed by the experience, Paul has turned his powerful feelings to humanitarian causes through music. Current Airo band members include: Moses Brings Plenty on traditional drums; Nicole LaRouche (Pauls daughter) on flute;Paul LaRouche on keyboards and Shane LaRouche (Pauls son) on guitars. Paul, Nicole, and Shane are enrolled members of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of SD. Moses is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of SD.
Views: 44187 Rodney Taylor
Lifelight 2010: Lincoln Brewster "Reaching For You"
 
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Lincoln Brewster plays a new song FOR THE FIRST TIME LIVE, at Lifelight Music Festival, Worthing SD September 4, 2010.
Views: 65684 Rodney Taylor
Reina del Cid: Don't Think Twice
 
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Brooking Summer Arts Festival 2013: The Cidizens, Formed in March 2011, are led by 24 year old singer-songwriter Reina del Cid, described by Minneapolis' Secrets of the City as "the way-more-talented-than-you girl next door." Channeling storytelling greats like Bob Dylan and Paul Simon, del Cid serves up heartache, complex romance, and sharp-eyed social commentary with the effortlessness of an artist many decades her senior. Posting her music online during college in 2007, Reina del Cid's honest, unfiltered songs touched millions of listeners on social media sites like YouTube and Facebook, winning her a devoted international following before she teamed up with the Cidizens. With the hard hitting combination of del Cid's powerful lyrics and blues/rock-infused music from the Cidizens, the band's debut full-length album blueprints is well poised to take Minneapolis by storm and win over the hearts of fans all over the globe. www.greenroommusicsource.com/reina-del
Views: 160022 Rodney Taylor
Adam Winrich (whipcracker) Balloons
 
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Adam Winrich, whipcracker, shows his talents cracking a balloon between the legs of Garret Popek in this demonstration at The Spirit Of The West Festival at Sioux Falls SD September 18, 2009.
Views: 37919 Rodney Taylor
Brule Airo: Vision Quest
 
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Brookings Summer Art Festival 2011: Brule performs "Vision Quest" at this year's festival.
Views: 23978 Rodney Taylor
Jackie Bird- Native American Hoop Dance
 
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Jackie Bird performs a hoop dance at Swiftel Center in Brookings SD during the Living History Fair Jan 30, 2009
Views: 16810 Rodney Taylor
American Indian Beadwork
 
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A visit to the Old Courthouse Museum in Sioux Falls SD. American Indian Beadwork was and is today a major art form in Indian culture. Artistic expression was a central part of everyday tribal life, as Indians decorated themselves, their homes, and their possessions. Some of the artifacts that are on display are a shirt and leggings worn by Chief Spotted Tail, an 1870s war shirt, bandolier bags, purses, and beaded moccasins. Before their contact with Europeans, American Indians made their beads from stones, shells, teeth, animal bones, deer hooves, and seeds. By the late 1700s and early 1800s, Venetian glass beads had become a form of currency between European fur traders and Indian tribes all across North America. Tribes found these beads appealing, colorful, and much easier to use than porcupine quills. The exhibit highlights beadwork from many different North American Indian tribes including Iroquois, Chippewa, Potawatomi, Woodland, Ojibwa, and Lakota. It features both historical and contemporary objects as well as the different techniques the American Indians used in creating their beadwork designs. Music score by VicDiesel, Creative Commons License, Attribution Share alike
Views: 23596 Rodney Taylor
Sherwin Linton (Alex) I'm In Love With Allis Chalmers
 
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Alex plays a humorous tune "I'm In Love With Allis" at the Sherwin Linton Show at Spirit Of The West Festival in Sioux Falls SD September 19, 2009.
Views: 5737 Rodney Taylor
llt Phil Joel-Call Unto Me
 
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Former member of the Newsboys, Phil Joel joins Angel Dean and Pete Good in LifeLight Tours Fall concert tour. Performance Oct 25, 2008 at Milbank SD. "Call Unto Me"
Views: 6492 Rodney Taylor
Brule & Airo 11/18-Buffalo Moon
 
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Brule & Airo Spring Tour concert held March 20, 2009 at the Watertown SD Events Center."Buffalo Moon" Paul LaRouch, adopted at birth off the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation, discovered his heritage in 1993 after the death of both adoptive parents. He was united on Thanksgiving day 1993 with a brother, sister, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The discovery of his true heritage has greatly affected Pauls life and those around him. The influence on his career has been monumental. Overwhelmed by the experience, Paul has turned his powerful feelings to humanitarian causes through music. Current Airo band members include: Moses Brings Plenty on traditional drums; Nicole LaRouche (Pauls daughter) on flute;Paul LaRouche on keyboards and Shane LaRouche (Pauls son) on guitars. Paul, Nicole, and Shane are enrolled members of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of SD. Moses is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of SD.
Views: 11046 Rodney Taylor
Jackie Bird-Native American Honor Song
 
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Jackie Bird performs a Native American Honor Song at Swiftel Center in Brookings SD during the Living History Fair Jan 30, 2009.
Views: 20126 Rodney Taylor
Barefoot Becky: Tic Toc Polka
 
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German fest 2012 Sioux Falls SD: Barefoot Becky And The Ivanhoe Dutchmen play "The Tic Toc Polka"
Views: 14692 Rodney Taylor
Flandreau Indian School Women's Fancy Shawl Dance
 
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2011 SDSU Festival of Cultures: Flandreau Indian School Women's Fancy Shawl Dance demonstration at South Dakota State University, Brookings SD April 1, 2011.
Views: 59576 Rodney Taylor
Crazy Horse Mtn 1948 To 2009 Progress
 
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Progress continues on the sculpture of Crazy Horse Mountain in the Black Hills of SD. This presentation is a reflection from it's start to current work and a view of the Sculpture's studio and other works he has done. Native American leaders chose Crazy Horse for the mountain carving because he was a great and patriotic hero. Crazy Horse's tenacity of purpose, his modest life, his unfailing courage, and his tragic death set him apart and above the others
Views: 160557 Rodney Taylor
Prairie Village: Tractor Plowing
 
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Madison SD: Prairie Village Jamboree 2012: Tractor Plowing Demonstrations
Views: 55486 Rodney Taylor
Richard "Blackhawk" Kapusta- Wisconsin Wilderness
 
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Richard Blackhawk Kapusta sings Wisconsin Wilderness at Sisseton Historic Festival 2009.
Views: 1759 Rodney Taylor
Barefoot Becky- "Blue Skirt Waltz"
 
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2010 SIOUX FALLS SD GERMAN FESTIVAL September 11: Barefoot Becky & The Ivanhoe Dutchmen perform "The Blue Skirt Waltz". Barefoot Becky is from Mt Vernon IA. Visit her website here: http://www.barefootbecky.com/ GermanFest is held annually as a celebration of it's Sister-City affiliation with Potsdam Germany after the reunification of Germany.
Views: 10005 Rodney Taylor
Native American Stone Tools & Artifacts
 
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Displays at the South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre SD.
Views: 5181 Rodney Taylor
Richard "Blackhawk" Kapusta Native American Flute
 
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Richard Blackhawk Kapusta plays the Native American Flute during a performance at the Sisseton Historic Festival 2009.
Views: 3233 Rodney Taylor
Barefoot Becky: Lappland Polka
 
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German fest 2012 Sioux Falls SD: Barefoot Becky And The Ivanhoe Dutchmen play "The Lappland Polka"
Views: 6256 Rodney Taylor
Sisseton Oyate 2013: Jr Girls Fancy Shawl Dance
 
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Sisseton Wahpeton 2013 4th of July wacipi at Agency Village, near Sisseton SD: Jr. Girls Fancy Shawl Dance
Views: 19954 Rodney Taylor
People of the Plains- Beadwork & Crafting
 
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Native American Bead-work & Crafts displays at the South Dakota Heritage Center, Pierre SD.
Views: 8265 Rodney Taylor
Three Dog Night: The Road To Shambala
 
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Redlin Art Center 2011 8th Annual Celebration: Three Dog Night sings "The Road To Shambala" Three Dog Night has been performing over 40 years and still do over 80 concerts a year.
Views: 20560 Rodney Taylor
Three Dog Night: Heart Of Blues (New)
 
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Redlin Art Center 2011 8th Annual Celebration: Three Dog Night sings a new song "Heart Of Blues" Three Dog Night has been performing over 40 years and still do over 80 concerts a year.
Views: 10012 Rodney Taylor
Barefoot Becky: Red Apple Hoolerie
 
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German fest 2012 Sioux Falls SD: Barefoot Becky And The Ivanhoe Dutchmen play "Red Apple Hoolerie"
Views: 2772 Rodney Taylor
Reina del Cid: Medium
 
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Brooking Summer Arts Festival 2013: The Cidizens, Formed in March 2011, are led by 24 year old singer-songwriter Reina del Cid, described by Minneapolis' Secrets of the City as "the way-more-talented-than-you girl next door." Channeling storytelling greats like Bob Dylan and Paul Simon, del Cid serves up heartache, complex romance, and sharp-eyed social commentary with the effortlessness of an artist many decades her senior. Posting her music online during college in 2007, Reina del Cid's honest, unfiltered songs touched millions of listeners on social media sites like YouTube and Facebook, winning her a devoted international following before she teamed up with the Cidizens. With the hard hitting combination of del Cid's powerful lyrics and blues/rock-infused music from the Cidizens, the band's debut full-length album blueprints is well poised to take Minneapolis by storm and win over the hearts of fans all over the globe. www.greenroommusicsource.com/reina-del
Views: 1409 Rodney Taylor
llt Phil Joel-Entertaining Angels
 
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Former member of the Newsboys, Phil Joel joins Angel Dean and Pete Good in LifeLight Tours Fall concert tour. Performance Oct 25, 2008 at Milbank SD. " Entertaining Angels"
Views: 7125 Rodney Taylor
Brule & Airo Christmas Show 2009 (Stabilized)
 
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Brule Airo in concert at the Washington Pavillion November 28, 2009, Sioux Falls SD. Paul LaRouche, adopted at birth off the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation, discovered his heritage in 1993 after the death of both adoptive parents. He was united on Thanksgiving day 1993 with a brother, sister, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The discovery of his true heritage has greatly affected Pauls life and those around him. The influence on his career has been monumental. Overwhelmed by the experience, Paul has turned his powerful feelings to humanitarian causes through music. Current Airo band members include: ; Nicole LaRouche (Pauls daughter) on flute;Paul LaRouche on keyboards and Shane LaRouche (Pauls son) on guitars. Paul, Nicole, and Shane are enrolled members of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of SD.
Views: 3514 Rodney Taylor
Reina del Cid: Giving Up
 
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Brooking Summer Arts Festival 2013: The Cidizens, Formed in March 2011, are led by 24 year old singer-songwriter Reina del Cid, described by Minneapolis' Secrets of the City as "the way-more-talented-than-you girl next door." Channeling storytelling greats like Bob Dylan and Paul Simon, del Cid serves up heartache, complex romance, and sharp-eyed social commentary with the effortlessness of an artist many decades her senior. Posting her music online during college in 2007, Reina del Cid's honest, unfiltered songs touched millions of listeners on social media sites like YouTube and Facebook, winning her a devoted international following before she teamed up with the Cidizens. With the hard hitting combination of del Cid's powerful lyrics and blues/rock-infused music from the Cidizens, the band's debut full-length album blueprints is well poised to take Minneapolis by storm and win over the hearts of fans all over the globe. www.greenroommusicsource.com/reina-del
Views: 2284 Rodney Taylor
Sherwin Linton- Cotton King
 
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Sherwin Linton performs at Spirit Of The West Festival in Sioux Falls SD September 19, 2009. "Cotton King"
Views: 6547 Rodney Taylor
Brule & Airo 8/18- Buffalo Jump
 
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Brule & Airo Spring Tour concert held March 20, 2009 at the Watertown SD Events Center."Buffalo Jump" Paul LaRouch, adopted at birth off the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation, discovered his heritage in 1993 after the death of both adoptive parents. He was united on Thanksgiving day 1993 with a brother, sister, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The discovery of his true heritage has greatly affected Pauls life and those around him. The influence on his career has been monumental. Overwhelmed by the experience, Paul has turned his powerful feelings to humanitarian causes through music. Current Airo band members include: Moses Brings Plenty on traditional drums; Nicole LaRouche (Pauls daughter) on flute;Paul LaRouche on keyboards and Shane LaRouche (Pauls son) on guitars. Paul, Nicole, and Shane are enrolled members of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of SD. Moses is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of SD.
Views: 6666 Rodney Taylor
Three Dog Night: Never Been To Spain
 
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Redlin Art Center 2011 8th Annual Celebration: Three Dog Night sings "Never Been To Spain". Three Dog Night has been performing over 40 years and still do over 80 concerts a year.
Views: 184167 Rodney Taylor
Three Dog Night: Liar
 
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Redlin Art Center 2011 8th Annual Celebration: Three Dog Night sings "Liar" Three Dog Night has been performing over 40 years and still do over 80 concerts a year.
Views: 11916 Rodney Taylor
Brule & Airo 1/18- Hoop Dancers
 
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Brule & Airo Spring Tour concert held March 20, 2009 at the Watertown SD Events Center. "Hoop Dancers" Paul LaRouch, adopted at birth off the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation, discovered his heritage in 1993 after the death of both adoptive parents. He was united on Thanksgiving day 1993 with a brother, sister, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The discovery of his true heritage has greatly affected Pauls life and those around him. The influence on his career has been monumental. Overwhelmed by the experience, Paul has turned his powerful feelings to humanitarian causes through music. Current Airo band members include: Moses Brings Plenty on traditional drums; Nicole LaRouche (Pauls daughter) on flute;Paul LaRouche on keyboards and Shane LaRouche (Pauls son) on guitars. Paul, Nicole, and Shane are enrolled members of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of SD. Moses is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of SD.
Views: 10325 Rodney Taylor
Sisseton Oyate 2013:Grand Entry/Honor Song
 
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Sisseton Wahpeton 2013 4th of July wacipi at Agency Village, near Sisseton SD: Grand Entry with honor song by Dakota Nation.
Views: 10604 Rodney Taylor
Reina del Cid: Gold Mine
 
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Brooking Summer Arts Festival 2013: The Cidizens, Formed in March 2011, are led by 24 year old singer-songwriter Reina del Cid, described by Minneapolis' Secrets of the City as "the way-more-talented-than-you girl next door." Channeling storytelling greats like Bob Dylan and Paul Simon, del Cid serves up heartache, complex romance, and sharp-eyed social commentary with the effortlessness of an artist many decades her senior. Posting her music online during college in 2007, Reina del Cid's honest, unfiltered songs touched millions of listeners on social media sites like YouTube and Facebook, winning her a devoted international following before she teamed up with the Cidizens. With the hard hitting combination of del Cid's powerful lyrics and blues/rock-infused music from the Cidizens, the band's debut full-length album blueprints is well poised to take Minneapolis by storm and win over the hearts of fans all over the globe. www.greenroommusicsource.com/reina-del
Views: 2626 Rodney Taylor
Crazy Horse Mtn Stone Tools & Artifacts
 
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Stone tools, arrowheads and artifacts that have been donated to the museums at Crazy Horse Welcome Center. It's been 36 years since the construction of the first wing of the Indian Museum of North America. When Korczak accepted the invitation of Native Americans to carve a mountain memorial to their culture, he determined that it would be a humanitarian project. He wanted Crazy Horse to be much more than "just" a colossal mountain carving. He directed that the Memorial also would tell present and future generations the story of Native Americans by displaying outstanding examples of Indian culture and heritage - both of yesterday and today. The museum has grown with the project. Each year, tribal members and others contribute Native American art and artifacts to enhance the collection and make it more comprehensive and representative of all North American tribes.
Views: 4821 Rodney Taylor
Brule & Airo Christmas Show 2009
 
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Brule Airo in concert at the Washington Pavillion November 28, 2009, Sioux Falls SD. Paul LaRouch, adopted at birth off the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation, discovered his heritage in 1993 after the death of both adoptive parents. He was united on Thanksgiving day 1993 with a brother, sister, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The discovery of his true heritage has greatly affected Pauls life and those around him. The influence on his career has been monumental. Overwhelmed by the experience, Paul has turned his powerful feelings to humanitarian causes through music. Current Airo band members include: ; Nicole LaRouche (Pauls daughter) on flute;Paul LaRouche on keyboards and Shane LaRouche (Pauls son) on guitars. Paul, Nicole, and Shane are enrolled members of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of SD.
Views: 8169 Rodney Taylor
Barefoot Becky-" Waltzing In The Snow"
 
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2010 SIOUX FALLS SD GERMAN FESTIVAL September 11: Barefoot Becky & The Ivanhoe Dutchmen perform "Waltzing In The Snow". Barefoot Becky is from Mt Vernon IA. Visit her website here: http://www.barefootbecky.com/ GermanFest is held annually as a celebration of it's Sister-City affiliation with Potsdam Germany after the reunification of Germany.
Views: 8500 Rodney Taylor
Sherwin Linton- Johnny Cash Medley
 
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Sherwin Linton Tribute to Johnny Cash at the Spirit Of The West Festival in Sioux Falls SD September 18, 2009. "Medley"
Views: 5428 Rodney Taylor
Journey Museum Beading & Fancywork of the Plains Indians
 
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The Journey Museum, Rapid City SD: Beading, sewing, artwork of Native American People from Prehistoric times to present. From tools to ceremonial intricacies, Indian peoples designed their wares to be both beautiful and useful whether it be jewelry, clothing or the shoes they wore. Here are examples of dresses, moccasins, knife sheathes, dolls, belts, flutes, pipes and ceremonial and daily use items adorned with beads and natural materials. Native American People used the resources at hand to make the things they needed to survive and flourish. They adorned them with symbols of their creator and the earth with which they had utmost respect and devotion. Creative Commons Music by Paul F Page "Suite Earth"
Views: 14018 Rodney Taylor
Barefoot Becky: Rain, Rain Polka
 
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German Fest 2012 Sioux Falls SD: Barefoot Becky And The Ivanhoe Dutchmen play The Rain, Rain Polka.
Views: 2718 Rodney Taylor
Pam Linton- A Daisy A Day
 
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Pam Linton sings "A Daisy A Day" at the Spirit of The West Festival September 19, 2009 in Sioux Falls SD.
Views: 1790 Rodney Taylor
Brule & Airo 16/18-Ancestors' Cry (Honor Song)
 
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Brule & Airo Spring Tour concert held March 20, 2009 at the Watertown SD Events Center."Ancestors' Cry (Honor Song) Paul LaRouch, adopted at birth off the Lower Brule Sioux Indian Reservation, discovered his heritage in 1993 after the death of both adoptive parents. He was united on Thanksgiving day 1993 with a brother, sister, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The discovery of his true heritage has greatly affected Pauls life and those around him. The influence on his career has been monumental. Overwhelmed by the experience, Paul has turned his powerful feelings to humanitarian causes through music. Current Airo band members include: Moses Brings Plenty on traditional drums; Nicole LaRouche (Pauls daughter) on flute;Paul LaRouche on keyboards and Shane LaRouche (Pauls son) on guitars. Paul, Nicole, and Shane are enrolled members of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of SD. Moses is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of SD.
Views: 12609 Rodney Taylor
HOUSE ON THE ROCK CAROUSEL
 
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The world's Largest Carousel at the House On The Rock near Spring Green Wisconsin.
Views: 5981 Rodney Taylor
Native American Beading & Crafts
 
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Crazy Horse Mt 2012 Native American Education Center: The fancywork of the Native American People, including beading, leatherwork, woodwork, doll making, stoneware and more.
Views: 10040 Rodney Taylor
Jerome Kills Small- The Buffalo & the Wolf 1/2
 
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Jerome Kills Small presents "Lakota Children's Stories" at the Native American Conference at South Dakota State University Feb. 20, 2010 at Brookings SD. "The Buffalo and the Wolf" Jerome Kills Small Jerome Kills Small, Red Robin, of Pine Ridge, South Dakota is Oglala Sioux. Jerome's great grandfather's name was Old Man Afraid of His Horses. He had four sons; Young Man Afraid of His Horses, Red Star, Black Mountain Sheep and Clown Horse. Red Star is the father of Jerome's Mother. Old Man Afraid of His Horses chose his son's names by experiences he had during Hanbleceya (vision quest ceremony) at Grey Horn Butte (known as Devil's Tower). He is the oldest of eight children and was always raised by his grandparents. He was blind as a child until a medicine man, Jess Steed, healed his eyes. He attended Holy Rosary Mission and spent summer vacations in Porcupine, South Dakota. Originally the Oglala occupied land west of the Missouri to the Big Horn Mountains south to the Platt River and north to Montana. The Lakota treaty land gradually shrank to the Black Hills area for a short time until the discovery of gold and then the reservation system was developed. Today, the reservation is next to the Badlands. The terrain consists of range, valleys, meadows great for alfalfa, fields of corn and sugar beets, creeks and streams and the hilly higher altitudes have lots of pine trees. Jerome is the recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Award from South Dakota Humanities Council, Reconciliation Award from the Governor of South Dakota, George Nickleson, University of South Dakota Poet of the Year in 1994, and he has awards and certificates for speaking at Red Road Retreat and the Building Bridges Conference. He has been in several videos for Iowa State University. Jerome has many talents and as a traditional storyteller and oral historian, he presents workshops for both adults and children. Presently he portrays Tecumseh and Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman, the first medicine doctor of the Lakota people, for the Nebraska and South Dakota Speaker's Bureau and Chautauqua Series. He knows the origins and stories behind the flag song, patriotic songs of the Lakota, ceremonial songs, songs of the Little Big Horn, Wounded Knee and Big Foot. He is an arena director, conducts ceremonies, and explains cultural protocol. He makes drums and drum sticks, does feather work, made the staff for the first sun dance at Vermillion and constructs sweat lodges. Jerome and his wife grow and harvest foods and medicines in the Lakota tradition.
Views: 2613 Rodney Taylor
Pipestone Natl. Monument- Exhibit Hall
 
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PIPESTONE NATIONAL MONUMENT, PIPESTONE MINNESOTA. THIS IS A QUARRY WHERE NATIVE AMERICANS MINE THE ROCK (PIPESTONE) THAT IS USED FOR PEACE PIPES AND OTHER SYMBOLS THAT ARE SACRED TO THEM.
Views: 2613 Rodney Taylor
People of the Plains- Native Americans
 
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A display of Native American culture and lifestyle at the South Dakota Heritage Center, Pierre SD.
Views: 7014 Rodney Taylor
Barefoot Becky: GermanFest 2012
 
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GermanFest 2012, Sioux Falls SD: Barefoot Becky and The Ivanhoe Dutchmen play some favorite polka music.
Views: 4609 Rodney Taylor

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