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Big Muddy River Rendezvous 2011: Wigwams and Tomahawks

From: KQAL
Series: Don't Cha Know
Length: 15:23

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Today on Don't Cha know we continue our coverage of The Big Muddy River Rendezvous that took place in Winona at Prairie Island campground in the middle of a very windy October. The purpose of the rendezvous is to educate people on life in the pre 1840's fur trading era. On this episode we will be informed on wigwams - a native american domed round shelter - and about different tribes that were native to MN. We'll also learn an abbreviated history of tomahawks.

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Today on Don't Cha know we continue our coverage of The Big Muddy River Rendezvous that took place in Winona at Prairie Island campground in the middle of a very windy October. The purpose of the rendezvous is to educate people on life in the pre 1840's fur trading era. On this episode we will be informed on wigwams - a native american domed round shelter - and about different tribes that were native to MN. We'll also learn an abbreviated history of tomahawks.

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Today on Don't Cha know we continue our coverage of The Big Muddy River Rendezvous that took place in Winona at Prairie Island campground in the middle of a very windy October. The purpose of the rendezvous is to educate people on life in the pre 1840's fur trading era. On this episode we will be informed on wigwams - a native american domed round shelter - and about different tribes that were native to MN. We'll also learn an abbreviated history of tomahawks.