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Old 05-10-2005, 03:11 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Singerdad
You already answered your question. There are regional/tribal differences.

We don't stand for anything unless an elder approaches the drum and then we stand to shake his/her hand. Other than that, we sit with the drum. This past weekend I had the opportunity to sing with some Kiowas from Carnegie, and they practice the same way we do...no standing.
Thats one thing we agree on. Plus take your hat off when you shake their hand too. Which Kiowas? Billy Hunting Horse, Charlie and Matt and Monsenior or wut?
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