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Nature's Law
Spiritual Life, Governance, Culture, Traditions, Resources, Context and Background
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  • The Thunderbirds Nest
    The Thunderbirds Nest as a symbol of a body of government. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
  • Upsetting The Balance
    If the laws are broken there is always some form of retribution. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
  • The Vision Quest
    Seeking direction, power, songs and a new name from the Creator. Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    © Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
  • Wayne Roan Discusses a Diagram of the Sundance
    The roles of the four singers, the four songs and the four laws are discussed. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
  • Widowhood
    The freedom of choice of the widows residence upon the loss of husband. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD.
  • The Winter Camp and Storytelling
    Evenings were for passing on history, values and rituals.
    Series Coordinator - Dr. Earle Waugh
    © Dr. Earle Waugh & University of Alberta
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