Series 2, Program 2: Yankton Sioux*

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Introduction

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Elder Wisdom Feature: Clarence Rockboy

Brian Bull features Yankton elder, Clarence Rockboy who shares background on the relationship of the Dakotah with the Lakota, and his peoples' guardianship over the Pipestone Quarries, the growth of their buffalo herd, and the longstanding tradition of respect for women.

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Sacred Landscape

Judy Bluehorse Skelton discusses sacred places, and the significance of Spirit Mound, "The Mountain of Little People," which was recorded by Lewis and Clark in their journals.

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Tribal Rhythms

In an interview with Native American Church singer Gerald Primo, whose father was a roadman and carrier of the sacred pipe of the Yankton Sioux, Nico Wind shares the origins and music at the heart of the Native American Church.

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Contemporary Rhythms

Milt Lee visits with Dakota musical artist Jackie Bird, and shares her award-winning bluesy rock sound which is spiced with traditional Dakotah melodies.

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Turtle Island Storytellers

Dakotah elder and storyteller Mary Louise Defender Wilson shares the traditional story of the first flute used for courting.

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* Segment transcripts and participant biographies can be found on the Wisdom of the Elders Web site