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A Dakota Elder Remembers Teachings of the Camp Circle, the Elders & Way of Life in the 1920's

Dakota Elder, Phil Lane Sr,, Mato Gi, Brown Bear, shares his experiences of the Camp Circle, The Elders, the Spiritual Teachings and Way of Life he experienced as a boy in 1926 ,at the Standing Rock, Pine Ridge, Lower Brule and Yankton Sioux Reservations with students, faculty and community at Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia

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Comment by Bretney Jill Barling-Orris on June 27, 2011 at 12:11pm
i just love listening to him...feels like family teaching me. I just want to hug him!! thank you so much for honoring him and sharing this with us all
Comment by Cree Dreams of Bear on June 26, 2011 at 1:46pm

Wish I could hear this better. Thank you for sharing this with us. MANY good lessons within!

Love, Prayers and Creator's Blessings for you and yours!

Comment by Stephen Bamford on June 26, 2011 at 11:42am
Tnx for sharing. It is so awesome to see these recorded words of history and then to see the work carried out by you and young Mato Gi. It helps the people live.

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