<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>
These are the stories, tales and legends of Set-Angia, Sitting Bear’s Native American people. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, these stories reveal the Kiowa vision of the world—from the time of Creation to the coming of the white man. Attired in native dress, Sitting Bear brings to the audience through his storytelling the thinking and customs of his Kiowa people, legends such as why the Crow is black and how the Coyote got his yell.
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The Johnny Carson Fund at the Nebraska Cultural Endowment
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