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Products for grant MR-50075-10

NEH on the Road: Bison
Erin Rose, Fort Caspar Museum Association

Grant details:

Storytelling with Reba Teran (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Storytelling with Reba Teran
Abstract: Teran is a member of the Eastern Shoshone tribe and works as a cultural and technological consultant for the Wind River Native Science Field Center in Fort Washakie, Wyoming. She provided two family programs focused on personal experiences that she is using to write a book. In a third program, she discussed the traditional uses of the bison for the Eastern Shoshone tribe.
Author: Reba Teran
Date: 04/24/2010
Location: Fort Caspar Museum, Casper, Wyoming

Northern Arapaho Traditions (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Northern Arapaho Traditions
Abstract: Annin Soldier Wolf and his children gave three public presentations about family history as well as Northern Arapaho traditional dress, song, and dance. The Soldier Wolf family is from St. Stephens, Wyoming. Annin Soldier Wolf is an accomplished traditional artist and participates in the Folk Arts Mentoring Program offered by the Wyoming Arts Council, teaching beading and hide work to an apprentice.
Author: Annin Soldier Wolf
Date: 05/01/2010
Location: Fort Caspar Museum, Casper, Wyoming