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#1 Oct-24-2008 08:56:am

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#2 Oct-24-2008 09:59:am

lenape
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Re: Children learn a native legend

there comes a time when I wonder if it is even worth pointing out the inaccuracies, what is most frustrating is that children are the ones receiving the misinformation, hmm

  For those who may not know, "The Rainbow Crow" is NOT a Lenape story, it was made "popular" by Bill Thompson who called it "Lenape", it is *possibly* a modified version of a Cherokee story.....

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#3 Oct-24-2008 11:53:am

Tokipahkinao
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Re: Children learn a native legend

HE! Lenape,

                        You got on line ahead of me  - I agree 150% on this "Rainbow Crow" stuff.

                                                 MaryEllen

PS: Report on lecture at CCC College last night will be posted later today

PPS: no fireworks!
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#4 Oct-24-2008 11:55:am

lenape
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Re: Children learn a native legend

Tokipahkinao wrote:

HE! Lenape,

                        You got on line ahead of me  - I agree 150% on this "Rainbow Crow" stuff.

                                                 MaryEllen

Wanishi!

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