Caption: Peggy White Wellknown Buffalo, Credit: Clay Scott
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Peggy White Wellknown Buffalo 

The One Who Takes Care of Children

From: clay scott
Series: Mountain West Voices
Length: 06:00

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As a child on the Crow Reservation in Montana, Peggy White Wellknown Buffalo was taken from her home and sent to Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding schools out of state, and forbidden from speaking her language. As an adult, she has dedicated her life to helping Crow children connect with their history, their culture and their place. Read the full description.

Img_0935_small As a child on the Crow Reservation in Montana, Peggy White Wellknown Buffalo was taken from her home and sent to Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding schools out of state, and forbidden from speaking her language. As an adult, she has dedicated her life to helping Crow children connect with their history, their culture and their place.

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