Native Americans

NH News
4:29 pm
Sat July 12, 2014

15th Annual Warner Powwow Kicks Off

A collective dance, the Grand Entry.
Credit Ryan Lessard / NHPR

  Saturday marked the beginning of the annual intertribal powwow in Warner.

On the field next to the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, craft vendor tents, participants and visiting families surround a wide meeting circle at the field’s center. Lynn Clark is the Executive Director of the museum.

“It’s our 15th anniversary powwow. It’s one of the larger powwows in New Hampshire and it’s a very family oriented event and it’s a great social event—as you hear everybody reconnecting. There’s people that I sometimes see just once a year at the pow wow. It’s great fun.”

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All Things Considered
4:17 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Hannah Duston Historic Site Will Keep Its Name For Now

The statue at the Hannah Dustin Memorial State Historic Site in Boscawen.
Credit Craig Michaud via Wikicommons

Republican state representative Gene Charron of Chester has withdrawn a bill that would have changed the name of the Hannah Duston State Historic Memorial Site in Boscawen to the Contoocook Island State Historic Site.

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Word of Mouth
3:06 pm
Thu October 18, 2012

Sun Kissed: When Sunlight is Fatal

ww_whist via Flickr Creative Commons

Chances are you’ve never heard of the disease known as XP.  It’s a very rare, usually fatal genetic disease affecting one in one million children in the United States…a disproportionate number of Navajo people living on a reservation in the western United States suffer from the disease…which makes exposure to sunlight fatal.  Adi Lavi  along with Maya Stark, is co-producer and co-director of Sun Kissed, which follows a family on the Coyote Canyon Navajo Reservation, as they confront cultural taboos, t

Audio Postcard
2:29 pm
Wed May 24, 2006

Fish Blessed At Amoskeag

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