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    EarthSongs: Modern Music from Native America: Playlist

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    Native Americans are the real history of America... there is no American Excellence without our Native brothers and sisters

    CD: MUSIC FROM A PAINTED CAVE This is a collector’s item, if you want to understand contemporary native music and theatrical expression. This show was on the forefront. Music From a Painted Cave was a groundbreaking PBS special. This CD features all the music from the Live Show. Our favorite!

    Robert Mirabal: Valley of Dreams

    “The flute and its music are indigenous to this land, it comes from being here.” ~ Ken Light


    Music in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina

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    A buckskin bag designed to hold a rawhide rattle or other medicine item. They are based on Native American Paint bags and have an area of beadwork at the bottom of of the bag and beadwork strip up one side (covering the seam in the buckskin). These bags have a simple buckskin drawstring to close them. Bag width approx 12 cm. Height approx 22 cm (not including tassels). www.nicholaswood....

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    Native Radio 90.3fm KNBA out of Anchorage, Alaska. National Native news, Native music, art and talk radio programs can be heard on streaming radio over your computer.

    Mary Youngblood (raised as Mary Edwards) is a Northern California Native American flutist. She is half Aleut, and half Seminole. Youngblood was born in Sacramento, California. She has been awarded three Native American Music Awards, being the first woman to win “Flutist of the Year,” which she won in both 1999 and 2000, as well as winning “Best Female Artist” in 2000.

    Native American Encyclopedia . Iron Hail (aka Dewey Beard) with his 2nd wife Alice Beard and granddaughter Celane Marie Beard - Mniconjou - 1920

    Alaska, near Sunwapta Falls

    Inupiat girl at World Eskimo-Indian Olympics (WEIO) 2012 in Fairbanks