Harvesting Foods and Medicines in the Dakota Tradition
<a href="http://humanitiesnebraskaorg.presencehost.net/speakers/speakers-index.html?get_id=cgaXFWHMmwT%252BPf5lEQCv06H7VVnFiGh4nQymHAZLCBnHXuAFKtRYBtQo97sPOM8Hg55I3%252B%252B3m3Q2UuUa5qSEY2qPeAkmvIPYuupCDHuUKQOQPInkCQ2hrYhxdkiCf%252B7gEetRMU0uLYOIYHtv6wNsHTK0m9U4emIDHHZudygl95sQ">Jerome Kills Small</a>
In this presentation, Kills Small describes the medicinal foods and plants that grow in the Missouri River valley, on the Great Plains and on up to the Rocky Mountains. He talks about the universal uses, legends and history of the plants in Native American life.
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