Native American Indians visit Lewis & Clark Tower in Hartford

Published at 7:02 p.m. on February 1, 2014

Kathy Dickerson from St. Louis showed eagle feathers also spoke about historical artifiacts, and about Native American Indian tribes. She is half Kiowa Indian and half Italian and grew up on The Hill in St. Louis. Another presenter, Tonya Blackowl from New Douglas, and her two children performed Kiowa dances for spectators in the visitor center of the Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower in Hartford. Upcoming events scheduled at the Tower are: carving an eagle out of a block of ice on February 8, a live eagle display on the 15th, and an eagle photo workshop on the 22nd. All events begin at 1 p.m.

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