Wahtohtana hedan Nyut^achi mahin Xanje akipa (Otoe and Missouria Meet Big Knives)
<a href="http://humanitiesnebraskaorg.presencehost.net/speakers/speakers-index.html?get_id=16XHkBkUBeSU6wjVOLSVFOkft23o2KguDZpxldXrdeBIj7SCRa8wZ761Leyg%252BzCWGIFHhzIylM6hFqptoJ2U4AKp%252FpMF63AvrF0SRC2w1w3YNBCmVoEgQFOZPvIaXRx7NpW2NK9cgjb%252Ba%252F9AQ%252FLKJ1%252BRdE%252Brmr8PaXyhBf2tOxzD">Matthew "Sitting Bear" Jones</a>
This program examines the first and second meetings that Lewis and Clark held with the Otoe-Missouria nation. Through the Otoe-Missouria nation’s oral history this program examines the perceptions they had of these new wan^sige ska (white people). It also looks at the historical repercussions that the Otoe-Missouria experienced after this first contact and what the tribe thinks about this historical meeting today.
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