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002.01 - Jeffers Petroglyphs: Site Manager Tom Sanders’ Welcome

Posted byadmin on 02 Jul 2009 | Tagged as: Jeffers Petroglyphs

Jeffers Petroglyphs site manager, Tom Sanders, describes the beauty and changing flora of the prairie. The Jeffers Petroglyphs historic site is arguably one the most significant historic and cultural sites of its kind in the world. Its continued use over 9,000 years attests to its importance in traditional indigenous culture. The Jeffers Petroglyphs podcasts presents a variety of perspectives personal, archaeological, traditional, biological, and geological — in the voices of those who know the site well.

 
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002.02 - Jeffers Petroglyphs: Dakota Elder Carrie Schommer

Posted byadmin on 30 Jun 2009 | Tagged as: Jeffers Petroglyphs

Dakota Elder Carrie Schommer, Upper Sioux, speaks in Dakota about the site and its meaning to her. The Jeffers Petroglyphs historic site is arguably one the most significant historic and cultural sites of its kind in the world. Its continued use over 9,000 years attests to its importance in traditional indigenous culture. The Jeffers Petroglyphs podcasts presents a variety of perspectives personal, archaeological, traditional, biological, and geological — in the voices of those who know the site well.

 
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002.03 - Jeffers Petroglyphs: Vernell Wabasha

Posted byadmin on 29 Jun 2009 | Tagged as: Jeffers Petroglyphs

Vernell Wabasha, a Sioux Elder, discusses what the Petroglyphs mean to her. The Jeffers Petroglyphs historic site is arguably one the most significant historic and cultural sites of its kind in the world. Its continued use over 9,000 years attests to its importance in traditional indigenous culture. The Jeffers Petroglyphs podcasts presents a variety of perspectives personal, archaeological, traditional, biological, and geological — in the voices of those who know the site well.

 
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002.04 - Jeffers Petroglyphs: Dakota Elder Joe Williams relates a tradtional story, Nape

Posted byadmin on 28 Jun 2009 | Tagged as: Jeffers Petroglyphs

Dakota Elder Joe Williams, Sisseton Wahpeton, relates a traditional story, Nape, or hand print, and its meaning to native people. The Jeffers Petroglyphs historic site is arguably one the most significant historic and cultural sites of its kind in the world. Its continued use over 9,000 years attests to its importance in traditional indigenous culture. The Jeffers Petroglyphs podcasts presents a variety of perspectives personal, archaeological, traditional, biological, and geological — in the voices of those who know the site well.

 
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002.05 - Jeffers Petroglyphs: Discussion by geologist, Mark Jirsa

Posted byadmin on 27 Jun 2009 | Tagged as: Jeffers Petroglyphs

Geologist Mark Jirsa, describes the geological significance of the Sioux quartzite ridge of southwestern Minnesota. The Jeffers Petroglyphs historic site is arguably one the most significant historic and cultural sites of its kind in the world. Its continued use over 9,000 years attests to its importance in traditional indigenous culture. The Jeffers Petroglyphs podcasts presents a variety of perspectives personal, archaeological, traditional, biological, and geological — in the voices of those who know the site well.

 
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