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Through songs and artifacts, tribe revives a long-lost culture

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By David Filipov
Globe Staff / June 6, 2009

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WEBSTER - Beat by beat, Larry (Spotted Crow) Mann is seeking to restore a tradition of ceremonial songs only a handful of people can sing. Phrase by phrase, David (Tall Pine) White is trying to revive a language only a handful of people speak. Day by day, Cheryl (Watching Crow) Stedtler is overseeing an effort to retrieve from the bottom ... (Full article: 1390 words)

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