Sep 4, We Were Always Here – to be Dedicated at NMAI – Native News Network

Written by at September 4, 2012

WASHINGTON The National Museum of the American Indian has commissioned a monumental outdoor sculpture by Oregon artist Rick Bartow, Wiyot Mad River Band

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One Response to “Sep 4, We Were Always Here – to be Dedicated at NMAI – Native News Network”

  1. Telquaa,Helen Michell says:

    AS a clan mother of the bear clan families of maxan lake bc, canada.I would like to say that the bear is also our best healer, the raven is the trickster, the salmon is our staple food and all our medicine, and the cedar tree will not grow without all of these medicines put together, as the cedar tree is also a strong medicine and one that used to clothe all indigenous people of the west coast. We are all medicine, put together. Please send me a picture of the pole, when it is standing, as I am also a wood carver.

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