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Old 06-23-2013, 01:09 PM   #34
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Ponca hethuska distribution

The hethuska was given to California non Indians, and was called "California Hethuska." The dance as I understand, was given to the Comanche and directed by Melvin Kerchee, Sr. Kerchee gave it to the Texas non Indian group, now known as the "Lone Star War Dance Society." A Chicago non Indian group received permission to perform their version of hethuska; they are called "White Bear." A New England non Indian group had self-organized and were under the auspices of the American Indianist Society (AIS). Abe Conklin went East and gave sanction to their organization.
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