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    'Siyo!

    My name is Samuel and I am new to this site. I wanted to introduce myself and say that I'm glad to be here. I'm a singer (No and So) and have been active in powwwows across the country for about 14 years now. I currently live in No. California, but I was born and rasied in Missouri. I am Tsalaghi and Siksika and am learning Tsalaghi and Lakota language.

    I had a question about Gourd Dancing, but I wanted to introduce myself first.

    Wado!
    Because of our treaty status, the distinction of being 'Cherokee' is a status of citizenship, not a racial issue.

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    'Siyo, and welcome to the site!
    Stomp dancing all night long

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    • #3
      OSiYo, Sam. DoHeGun. Welcome to this Gourd dance site.
      BOB

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      • #4
        A question about Gourd Dancing

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        Last edited by tsuj510; 10-14-2008, 12:08 AM.
        Because of our treaty status, the distinction of being 'Cherokee' is a status of citizenship, not a racial issue.

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        • #5
          Also-thanks to everyone for the warm welcome...
          Because of our treaty status, the distinction of being 'Cherokee' is a status of citizenship, not a racial issue.

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          • #6
            osiyo! I too am lerning the language... i noticed a difference from the west where I am from and the east where i live now but any help with the language woudl be appreicated. wado

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            • #7
              I'm no expert, but I would think that since you were already introduced you should be able to dance anywhere.

              Put another outfit together, smoke it off, and use it. You may want to talk to your people back here in Mo. explain your problem, they may be willing to assist you again. KeDaDa.
              BOB

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              • #8
                hey-thanks!
                How are things back in MO?
                Because of our treaty status, the distinction of being 'Cherokee' is a status of citizenship, not a racial issue.

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                • #9
                  Turkey season is weak this year though I did get mine. The weather is cool and wet. We should be glad to have this weather now because we will have some very hot dry weather soon enough. If you have the oppertunity to come back home in July try to go to Quapaw on the 4th and up here in Sedalia,MO on July 16-18.

                  On Sat. here in Sedalia we have a Gourd session from about 1:00-4:00 pm.
                  BOB

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