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(Many Paths)
An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America
 
July 1, 2010 - Volume 8 Number 7
 
 
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"Ka-hay Sho-o Dah Chi"
 
 
The Crow Greeting
 
 
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"Hotehimini kiishthwa"
 
 
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"A Warrior is challenged to assume responsibility, practice humility, and display the power of giving, and then center his or her life around a core of spirituality. I challenge today's youth to live like a warrior."
~Billy Mills~
 
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About This Issue's Greeting - "Ka-hay Sho-o Dah Chi"
 
In traditional and contemporary Crow culture, it is customary to greet each other with a quick glance away or a blink and nod of the head. If they are wearing a hat, they might tip the brim of the hat. Handshaking is a white man's custom and was only recently accepted as a greeting in Crow culture. You will rarely see Crow people embracing publicly. From: Vincent Goes Ahead, Jr., Museum Interpreter, Vice Chairman of the Crow Tribe
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