In the steps of ancestors: Eagle Wing...

In the steps of ancestors: Eagle Wings dancers keep Great Basin tribal traditions alive

There are 1 comment on the Reno Gazette-Journal story from Jan 19, 2014, titled In the steps of ancestors: Eagle Wings dancers keep Great Basin tribal traditions alive. In it, Reno Gazette-Journal reports that:

Tradition runs deep for Lois Kane and her dancers, singers and drummers. It's in the songs of their people, the dances, the close family ties and the honoring of ancestors.

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#1 Jan 20, 2014

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