Leon Bell


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Mucv-nettv hvtvm nettv hę̄rusen pum pvlhoyen,
Today again he has given us another beautiful day.

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hvthvyvtket on hiyowat Leon Bell mvt puncukopericet
This morning, now Leon Bell is visiting us

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hvtvm nak etem punahoyvhaneyat ohfvccvn mvn ’ste-cate ’punvkv ’setem punahoyvhant owēs.
and we are going to speak about different things in the language.

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Mvt yv likat mvt Leon Bell hocefkvt os.
The one sitting here, his name is Leon Bell.

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’Ste-cate hocefkv owat cemhoyvtē naket owa?
The Indian name they gave you, what is it?

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New Tulsa arin,
I was in New Tulsa,

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Aktvhvcce Ēmarv hocefkv vmhoyvtēt o.
the name they gave me was Aktahatchi Emarthla.

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Hvtą vm etvlwv Rvrohvlkv.
And my band is Rvrohvlkv.

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Mvo cvhocefkv vmhoyat Aktvhvcce Hvlpvtv.
They also gave me the name Aktahatchi Alligator.

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Aktvhvcce maketv like a slough or swamp.
Aktahatchi is said to be like a slough or swamp.

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Ue-akfullv. It’s a slough or swamp. Aktvhvcce.
Bottom roamer. It’s a slough or swamp. Aktahatchi.

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Hvlpvtv is alligator.
Hvlpvtv is alligator.

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Onkv mv estvmimvn cehēckvtēt owv?
Where were you born?

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Tvlofuce Cromwell hocefke liket ont on.
There in the little town of Cromwell.

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Okemah and Ue-wohkv ennvrkvpv mahen liket on
It’s located about halfway between Okemah and Wewoka.

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mvn enhvsaklatkv seskerkat vkērkv hokkolat mahen vm enhecketv mvn tonto.
My birthplace was about two miles west from there.

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Mvn cem estvlke mvo, mvn vpokēt avculakvtēt ǫha?
Was your family born and raised there too?

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vm estilketat. uh huh cvrke tate
Yes, my family, uh huh my late father

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mv ecke mata cukv liketonkat mvn vculo
grew up in the same house as his late mother.

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cvcke tate Cromwell tempen acultowete.
my late mother grew up near Cromwell

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mv stecatvlke ekvnv emakhoyvte
Did they live on the Indian land that they were given?

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mvn okvpoket owvtha. hvnkete mv cerke mekvnv owvtha. mvn ohliket ceculete owv?
At least one of them? Did your father live on that land? Did you grow up there on that land?

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ti mekvnv cvcke ekvnv. uh huh mv ekvnv emakhoyvte. Cvcke ekvnv towvte. Cvrke em ekvnv
Whose land? My mother’s land that they gave her. It was my mother’s land.

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owvte mvn (something-hola?) etvlwv mv ohliket onto. oh mv here mahetis.
My father lived within (Seminole Nation). Oh, thats real good.

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enheromkvkot tvke. mv mowe vrepetscata
They really gave a lot. Was it like that when you go out?

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cem vkvsvmk owat cuko rakko owat mvn vretv mvn vret mahetsket owv?
With your beliefs with the Stompgrounds, do you enjoy going there?

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hvtecę̄skuce
In the very beginning

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vretv
to go

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cvheciken kerret ayiyat
I learned as it was shown to me

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svleckv
wagon

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rakkusot svtakkvlvkepen

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fulletemvts
they went about on a medium sized wagon.

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mekusvpkv cuko owolvhan mvn liketon
There was a church that was near

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tvna este tis svtolokusutat cuko perkvhan fulletan nat komat sepopehoyvtemvts
the ones that wanted to go and visit, they would come and pick them up.

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until about vkerricyat
until about.. Im thinking

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ohrolope cenvpak
eight years

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vm vculkv cenvpicat mahet arin.eight. mv mahen atvme punheciken
I was about eight years old. about that time, we got a car.

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mvn fulletv vpeyetv vliceces
we started going places.

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towemvts. mvn mekusvpkv cuko tvn aretskete mvte? uh huh mvn ariton. till about.
Is that where you went to church? Uh huh I went there til about eight years old.

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cenvpicusen. eight. eight years old. mowen ayen mvn vpvlwvt mvn
The rest went to the Stompgrounds.

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Cukko-rakkon owat fullepen mvo, you know stemvte
You know,

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kvpvke owen towe onkv towat vyetv mvo hokkolen vretv ste yacet
youre unsure, you to be able to go to both places.

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owen mvtok vkerrickv. you know vnet. vnet cvrke mvta
my thoughts were like that. You know. myself. my father

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svyvtketv onkat cuko rakko vrepet owvtet onton. mowen
stayed ;up all night at the stompgrounds. thats how he was.

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cvcket mvt cvpuse mvt ecke vcak ayepen mahoket onka mekusvpkv cuko min vpeyvkvccvs pukihocen mvn fullen
My mom followed her mothers way, since thats what they say.They told us, ” yall must go to church instead”

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cvrke mvt. you know. em etepvkepe owetok mvn
you know,because she was married to my dad

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vkerricat vrepetv yacetat tis owes kowet vkerricit owe hiyat mvt
i use to wonder if my dad had thoughts of going out. but now

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acule arakat ste mowe owepekv est-cate towepekat mowet vkerricit vneo
that happens to people as they get older. being native, we think that way.

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vkerrickv mowet vliken
i also get thoughts like that

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mowet fullet tokhonat kon hecit vnheret owet hakepeto este-cate towiyat
being native, i wanted to go out and see if their way was a good way.

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sestok fvcke mahet stenheret areketo
you just really feel good

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monka mv nanvke hahicetv. eskerrepete
so you learned to make things

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hoktvke tis vhoraket monkat
You know. Women sew

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etelomhicet mokusat mvt eshahicekepet fulleto mvo honvntake mvt hvta
or make patchwork. men

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nake te? to-konhe tis hahicaket monkat nak etv hahitv mvnvckvke towetok centv? nak
what is it? they were really good at making ball sticks and other things. and you?

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hahicetv cemmvnvckvke mahet owv?
What are you good at making?

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vnnvcke maktv towat tike wites. mv cvmmvnettuseton vm vculkv about fourteen or fifteen.
i guess you can call it luck. when i was really young, at about fourteen or fifteen

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cvpvowv ten atvme mirrow ohtvrricet hec
i seen something hanging from my uncles car

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em cemvloste haket about fourteen or fifteen mahet arin
it became his favorite about when i was fourteen or fifteen

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hayetv

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vliceckv kowetvte towe. naken owakkto wen mvn ohtvrricat
i started trying to making. what was it that was hanging

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etvrwv eten nak vhakat sepekon
it didnt have a picture on it

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sencvlahet

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stowet herepetatos kon tehopohoyvte mvtekosen ton mvn heciyatet
I put it together how I think it looks good. when i seen it, it became my favorite.

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mvlostetv vm enhaken

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hayetv tehopoyetv vlicecct stowvtete
thats when i started learning how to put things together

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mvt mowe okhvtvrrickv owvkusat mvt to-konhe owvkuset tis lopockusat mowen hahicet
Do you make things that hang or small ball sticks?

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mecetsket owv?

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mmhhhmmm

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hvta kvtvpoka. kvtvpokv lvslvhotuset. mhmm mvo. nak omvlkv stowen
and hats. black hats. everything

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ponvttv fullat vhakv mecikvtan ton towisen
I think i can do it like how the animals live.

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este vhakat mvn mowekon tanton os. este vhaket nak stonton mowekotat kerreskon. see. ponvttvt ontonat
I cant do pictures. I dont understand why i cant do pictures. see.

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vhake hvtvm sohwvkecito mvn ahen hecetv ceyacak nat
I can lay the animals picture down if yall want to see it.

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nake etetakuecepen

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cehecicahanakos. nak hahicet em vnvcket owvcok
hes going to show you the things that he prepared. hes real good at the things that he makes.

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hiyon etelohyet cenheckuece hanto
now, hes gathered up his things and hes going to show you.

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monkat hiyowatan mv
At this time

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nake te? sewvnvketv owe kihocen to mvn kihocet owv?mhmm mvn
what is it? Do they say its like a belt? mhm

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semvnehicet owet heckv herakuse hahihocen
they make them real pretty and beautiful.

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sulken este-cate monkat apakakat etohkvlket accvket onat heruset owes heckv
its really pretty when you see a lot of natives with their tribal clothing on.

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mvn mvo fvccv hahicat mvn opunayvhantos.Cvckike tate em pohin
hes going to tell us how to make it correctly. i asked my parents.

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nake stowe mvt. sewvnaktv towet onta kicen vnokeckv monka vnokeckv ocet arce nat
How do you make the belt? if you go out with love and a pure heart

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mvt e ohnayen tonto
it tells off on you

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este nak- nak tis? eleske monkat e cepakkucet areccen nat
if you go about being unhappy or upset

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pvnkv haco
stompdance

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sewvnvyekot
dont wear

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pvnkv haco mehot nowat este tat
if you do go out to the stompdance being that way, that person

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herkv ocet monton owat mvtet e ohnayentont os. nak mowe
if that person has peace within himself, it will show.

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nak tis herekis roret arrvnks mvtokot friendship
what is it? when a person is up to no good, its not to suppose that way. frienship

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vnokeckv vnokeckv ocet. so mvt mvton os. nak
have love for one another. thats just how it is.

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yvt hotvlket.. wind clan. yvt
this is wind clan. wind clan

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eccaswv. beaver
beaver. beaver

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hvlpvtv. and this is a osvnnv
aligator. and this is otter.

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and then just round it off. and the wind clan
and then just round it off. and the wind clan and all that.

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and all that. mvt mowet ayat. hiyome vnetat yv hatiyan. yo
thats the way it goes. now, i made these things.

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omvlkv sapsvwe ocat. omvlkvt stowe cvyacat
all these have stripes. i did them the way i wanted

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mecit. then. sohkerrkicet. no i just.
and then i wrote them down. no i just

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kind of colored it in. darken the areas that i want to weave on there.
kind of colored it in. darken the areas that i want to weave on there.

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and measure ball sticks. to-konhe.
and measure ball sticks. ball sticks.

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and you want rakko. and some people want rakko. we tried that. vhvlike. potato clan
and you want (horse) and some people want (horse). we tried that. potato clan. potato clan

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owen mv yv
and now

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vtvretv owat cemetvt yo to-fvokv owat
these things that hang and the ones that look like wood, did you make these yourself?

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cemetvt hayetsket mvte? uh huh. because estvmin mowat neses kowite tok
uh huh. because you cant buy them anywhere

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nesesko. eskerken mv hayowe vtarren hayepetv
we cant buy them. these are made a certain way

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emetat yv vtarv kihoce hayepet towvnk tos. estowet vrahkv– nak stowet mowe
he made these himself.

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eskerkvke hayete mvn onayvhantos.
hes going to tell us why he made them this way.

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mowet vliceciyat nak hvteceskusen vliceciyat ohliktv to-fvokv eshaketon
when i began, the very first thing i started with was a board from a chair

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moweton sulkete mvt. hokkolen racvs. yowakat. yarn.
at that time, there was a lot. i went and got two. like this. yarn

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hvm hakucen hv mecit slik matvpohanen mvnto wite mowis.
i sat there and did this over and over. you might be doing the same way.

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vcewiceton.yv hvyowen mecctv
but it takes time to do it this way.

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ste wvcenv
americans

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em fulletv hvteceskuce yicakvte.
their ways when they first came

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yomv hayvte owen ocvket heciyat mvn se-vnicitat os kowet
i seen something they had made and i thought to myself that i could use this.

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vne vme yackv nak yowet hvta tehopoyet hiyowen yowen
i put things together my way. i take away this part

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em eset

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nak tvcetv. little more weaving room. shape. cut down from here to there.
to cut. little more weaving room. shape. cut down from here to there.

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to get more weaving room. you know. compact. fo
to get more weaving room. you know. compact. for this

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and i wouldnt have to carry on a large, what i seen of european style“

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lenghty. and i dont know what they used it for making. scar i guess. oh-enockv. vntat ahen hvyowen
lenghty. and i dont know what they used it for making. scar i guess. scarf.

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friendship belt hayetv mon
but i want to make a friendship belt.

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cvyactonc enhopoti. nak yv likatet yet
this sitting here

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stowusen enyecke cvyat nowat
if i want this a little tight

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mvton to. yvlomet nowat mvo. yvlomhecinat yvlomhuset haketonto
thats it. if its loose. its just going to become really loose.

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yvlomhekot. yvlomhekot oweccen at mvo.
dont make it loose. and if you make it loose.

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nak vhahicat herakuset mvt haket owa? yvlomhekenat pakpvkeyon hake witet ok.
what you made, does it come out pretty?if its loose, it might fluff up.

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onton mv. tvcetv yekcetes kowito. fvlaknet owenat.yekcvhan
i think it will be hard to cut. if its crooked, its going to be hard

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herust owes.
its pretty.

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mvo ceme tv kvlafet yv hahicet mvte? omvlket vm kerrickv
did you carve it yourself and make it? uh huh.

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stowen heren se-vnicitat nat kon. mv hoporrenke hat
everything i made came from my thoughts.

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hiyon svlakti
i come about it with some good common sense.

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herustos ce. este em vliketv towen yacaket makak nat mvo enhahicet owetsket ok
its real pretty. if they say they want their clan, do you make it for them?

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ue-sapvton to
its gar

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gar. ue-sapv
gar. gar

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Lvmhe towantehano mvnok vlicesti. Lvmhe vhakvt nak yowen
and this going to be an eagle. thats what i started. picture of an eagle. like this

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John Anderson mvt yvhikv
That singer, John Anderson

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Seminole Wind yvhiktemvts. mvt ehen mowvhanet wite enhayet owimvts
he sings Seminole Wind. i made him one similar to that.

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hofone mahekon kvn-fvske. Florida ayvhant owis.
I was going to go to Florida not too long ago.

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mv akvpokakat mvn lostvketis owe wites kon. mvn tetakuecet ehopak sayit
i think those that live down there might favor him. i thought that i better take extra to show them.

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em enheckuecvkantis konti. ti tis eme witatis. ti mvloste onat
if they favor it, ill probably just end up giving it to them.

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monkv mv John Anderson kicat mv yvhikv arat
that singer john anderson, does he wear the belt around?

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mv sewvnvket vrepetoha? Seminole vlakotat. He put it on. over his shoulders cause since he couldnt.
when he came to Seminole, He put it on. over his shoulders cause since he couldnt.

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played the guitar and all that. mvtat stonkos kicit. so he put it on.
played the guitar and all that. i told him it was alright. so he put it on.

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he had it on all through his concert so i was kinda greatly honored for that moment. este
he had it on all through his concert so i was kinda greatly honored for that moment.

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enhayepetsken
make it for someone

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heckuecetv vrepen se-vhenecicet kicvketon tow?. semvnehita.
he goes around showing it off. do they say its fancy? looks good. thats not the only one.

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Im kinda. well im proud of my whole effort. every single belt. hayiyat
Im kinda. well im proud of my whole effort. every single belt. that i made

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I feel part of it. i just. the finished. i feel so good. cause everybodys got different opinion about.
I feel part of it. i just. the finished. i feel so good. cause everybodys got different opinion about.

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nak omvlkvn vkerrickv mvrahket onkvt mvt uh. me, i just feel like a part of me is always
and everything. thoughts are different. me, i just feel like a part of me is always

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going with every little thing i ever put together. i been lucky enough.
going with every little thing i ever put together. i been lucky enough.

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mon mv. hayetv eskerretskat mvt cecke
how did you learn

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monkat cerke hahicete mvte? monko. vnetvt se-mvhayiti. se-mvhayepet. yeah i was about fourteen years old mahet arvyat
did your mom or dad make them? no. i learned by practicing. you practiced. yeah i was about fourteen years old . i was about that

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herepetont os kohwit. vnetat. hahicepet. so it was self uh.
i thought it was good. and i made it myself. so it was self

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taught and created. part of
taught and created. part of

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Seminole culture. owes. and its bordered by patchwork by the Seminoles
Seminole culture. owes. and its bordered by patchwork by the Seminoles

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rakko le laksv
horse hoof

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vpvtakv
cover

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honhat kihocento
they say its heavy

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mv opunvkv svcvpkat. punvkv cvppeckv
that word is long. the long speech

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mvhokvte onkat mv aretsken
they said that. when you was there

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mowe opunayvs cekihocen mvn opunayiyen maketskat mvn ohfvccv
they told you to speak that way. when you spoke that

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estomahen este sulken pohaket safvckvke onkat
many people were probably happy to hear that

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enherake owat momet maketv
they probably felt better

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onayetskvn ton mvta
that he told it.

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mowe aretske este hecakvte estowe naket maket onkat onayetsketon ton owvte
can you tell us how you speak to people when they come to see you?

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pum onayetske tayv?

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uh

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Horseshoe Bend, Alabama
i was in Horseshoe Bend, Alabama

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arin. espoke te wvcenv

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tepoyakvte Mvskoke
the last fight between the americans and the creeks

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mata akkvpokako. tepoyakvte mv ton tos. mak rvm onahoyen
the same ones that lived there, came and told me that was the last fight

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towelepkv hvthvke svpaklecvketon catvke svpaklecvketon
white and red crosses were standing.

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te Mvskokike stihetkike mv vrahkvt towat tike wite
it might have been for the creeks and the white people at horshoe bend.

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Horseshoe Bend svpaklecvketon ton. akoponicakton. opunitv ceyat nat
everyone was talking about it. if you want to say something

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opunicepvs.cvkic tektvnke vmen hayakton. enka man kiciht
go ahead and speak. they told me. they made time for me. i told them okay

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and they ask me to uh. go ahead and make a speech on the Mvskokes behalf.
and they ask me to uh. go ahead and make a speech on the Creeks behalf.

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at that moment. idk the exact year. what is it? 1812 somewhere along in there. when that
at that moment. idk the exact year. what is it? 1812 somewhere along in there. when that

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Andrew Jackson and his troops.
Andrew Jackson and his troops.

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fought that battle down there. thats what it was. mvn ocakton ton arakkuecakton cemo arakkuecepvs. cvkicakan ste-cate vrahkv
fought that battle down there. thats what it was. thats what they were celebrating. and you too, go ahead and show your respect for the natives.

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stowen makvhaniyat mvn vkerric. mis oketv mowe okholat tonkvt
i thought about how i was going to say it. and it came to that time to speak

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punvkv hiyowe vtekusen punayit tokot
and not how im speaking now

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punvkv cvp(ketskon) kic makakete mvts. ste mvnettusen onton estis nak mowe pohakvtes.
they told me to speak long how they use to say it a long time ago. when your young, you hear it.

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punayetv mvn vlicecimvts
i started to speak

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hiyomet punvkv cvpketskat ont os ce.
this is how you lengthen the language.

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hiyome oketv epohhvlake omate naketvt owetv hanete tat
and the time has came upon us. and the way its suppose to happen

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pum vlostekon ontis tisen. hiyome pun enfulletv vcayecet mahe komet svpaklen omat
even though were not in favor of it. if were standing here, trying to save our ways,

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naketvt hiyome onkvs ce. pumet
thats how things are going.

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naketvt hericekon tontes tomisen mowate tvlkusen hakepet onkv
even though were not doing it the right way, thats the way its going

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omvlkusen here mahet naketet tonton mat vmen svpaklet. owaccken vmen kerrusmahet
everything that is good, is standing beside me. they are learning from me

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mowet hetcv. u can stretch it out as long as one wants. to express the
and look. u can stretch it out as long as one wants. to express the

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feeling. and i was. and ill tell you
feeling. and i was. and ill tell you

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my effort was rewarded again. a caucasian woman come up to me and said
my effort was rewarded again. a caucasian woman come up to me and said

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I dont know what you said
I dont know what you said

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but uh. i really surely enjoyed the speech that you made
but uh. i really surely enjoyed the speech that you made

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and i thanked her fo it. so she must have kinda have felt something
and i thanked her fo it. so she must have kinda have felt something

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empaskofvtet
they use to say its suppose to be that way in that area.

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moweton os. makaketemvts. paskofv tis fullet ohfvnkv vtekusen vrakkueckv
youre suppose to just honor the creator in that area.

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mv tonto nak etv vkerrickv sepeko ohfvnkv vtekusen
dont have thoughts about other things, just the creator

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cvkit owekv. to-konhe opunichaneya? uh huh
thts what i was told. are we going to talk about ball sticks? uh huh.

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hvmket hiyowvhane owenat
if ones going to be like this

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at the construction
at the construction

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to-konhe. teme matvpomusekot. huh uh. hvmket cvpket hvmket kocoknuset
ball sticks arent the same. huh uh. ones long and ones short

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uh huh. but its still. hvnke mowetok. but it should be very conspicuious. that the length of the others is longer than the other.
uh huh. but its still. one is like that. but it should be very conspicuious. that the length of the others is longer than the other.

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nak stonton mv mont owa? the indian tradition
why was i that way? the indian tradition`

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as time goes by, its kinda eroded a little bit. without
as time goes by, its kinda eroded a little bit. without

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interpretation
interpretation

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Ive heard different therioes of why, and ill tell you both of them
Ive heard different therioes of why, and ill tell you both of them

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Hokkelen cem onayakate

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uh este
someone

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pokkecanat este tvt. ena theyre not even. theyre not perfectly
if someoine us playing. its body. theyre not even. theyre not perfectly

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conformed to the exact length. the braid. whatever. thats the reason. hvmket
conformed to the exact length. the braid. whatever. thats the reason.

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kocoknat. so you put it to your hand. so when you grab it, this will make it even
the short one. so you put it to your hand. so when you grab it, this will make it even

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for you to be exact in your effort of
for you to be exact in your effort of

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playing stickball. and if they were both even, you might kinda
playing stickball. and if they were both even, you might kinda

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crooked. mowetis owetok. so this is one theory and the theory that i heard for years.
crooked. thats why its like that. so this is one theory and the theory that i heard for years.

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and nak mowe
and things like this

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herkv vtkeuset afvcketv svhecet pokkecat owet onkv
peace and happiness should be their only focus when playing

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mos koweskis este nvfhoknat. sten cat nowat
if you get hit accidently and if you bleed

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mv nokke vlikontok vcuwe mahekon
that pain happens quickly

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sepeko wikepen hvta incidental hit. might cause paralysis
it goes away. and another incidental hit. might cause paralysis

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its so not to let something like that set in. so thats the first interpretation that ive heard.
its so not to let something like that set in. so thats the first interpretation that ive heard.

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before the other one. and ive always pretty much abided by that.
before the other one. and ive always pretty much abided by that.

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so it has a purpose of just recreation. afvcketv. have fun.
so it has a purpose of just recreation.to enjoy. have fun.

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and uh the way it is too. the interpretation
and uh the way it is too. the interpretation

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one. you dont have a classroom setting. you just hear it and just feel it. and try to understand
one. you dont have a classroom setting. you just hear it and just feel it. and try to understand

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we lived simply because the Creator, God, put us there.
we lived simply because the Creator, God, put us there.

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we want to
we want to

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exhibit our behavior or what we are. in the best way that we can. and so it was never
exhibit our behavior or what we are. in the best way that we can. and so it was never

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our violentness. vcokrvnkv ecok ayeto vcokrvnkv
our violentness. the spider is going towards you. spider

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dont kill it. just move it away
dont kill it. just move it away

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its one of the things they taught us at the ceremonial grounds. never kill a bug. the creator put him there for a purpose
its one of the things they taught us at the ceremonial grounds. never kill a bug. the creator put him there for a purpose

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and thats kinda strengthens the idea that were here because god put us here.
and thats kinda strengthens the idea that were here because god put us here.

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even a lowly little creature like that. just cause youre bigger and stronger and
even a lowly little creature like that. just cause youre bigger and stronger and

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have you squashed a life out of it. i just want to. now back to my ball sticks again
have you squashed a life out of it. i just want to. now back to my ball sticks again

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so has to not to leave any kind of paralysis that might follow
so has to not to leave any kind of paralysis that might follow

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on a hard hit. its a time too that were still in recognition of our creator
on a hard hit. its a time too that were still in recognition of our creator

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some of our members are not throroughly understanding of it. its still
some of our members are not throroughly understanding of it. its still

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i know its a game of intense moment. you know. youre trying to win so sometimes a little extra
i know its a game of intense moment. you know. youre trying to win so sometimes a little extra

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effort might be apart of the game but oh its suppose to be just for fun. if you get hit, you just keep playing
effort might be apart of the game but oh its suppose to be just for fun. if you get hit, you just keep playing

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and one thing that they do is if you get hit and brings some blood
and one thing that they do is if you get hit and brings some blood

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on your hit. if its not perfusely burning, burning kici. bleeding
on your hit. if its not perfusely burning, i said burning. bleeding

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just keep playing. akkopanet monket. wikekot. and just continue the game
just keep playing. keep playing. dont quit. and just continue the game

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until its over with and then you can clean youself up. but my interpretation of it
until its over with and then you can clean youself up. but my interpretation of it

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is they wear that necklace, its made out of felt
is they wear that necklace, its made out of felt

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its symbolic of blood. my interpretation of that is
its symbolic of blood. my interpretation of that is

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were here because God has enabled us to be apart of that and we recognize it by
were here because God has enabled us to be apart of that and we recognize it by

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not wiping the blood from the wound. it could God’s son wipe the blood from the
not wiping the blood from the wound. it could God’s son wipe the blood from the

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mock thrown on his head. No
mock thrown on his head. No

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could he wipe blood from the wound on his side? No. so thats my interpretation from that now
could he wipe blood from the wound on his side? No. so thats my interpretation from that now

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and uh. what else can it be? I mean thats what were there for. just to have fun and
and uh. what else can it be? I mean thats what were there for. just to have fun and

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do something that would relate us to having
do something that would relate us to having

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God put us there
God put us there

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that is the reason for the game. its not for
that is the reason for the game. its not for

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hate or anything like that. thats the thing that they always taught in ceremonial ground
hate or anything like that. thats the thing that they always taught in ceremonial ground

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No hating nobody. just the. not even the bug there. has a place. respect it.
No hating nobody. just the. not even the bug there. has a place. respect it.

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and heres a ball. i can see thats a real uh
and heres a ball. i can see thats a real uh

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i thinks it called uh. its made out of deer hide
i thinks it called uh. its made out of deer hide

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cusse. cusse. some of them i think ive heard them say cusse pokko
hide. hide. some of them i think ive heard them say a ball of hide

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cusse pokko. and thats what they used. and then, what this is for. i can just only
a ball of hide. and thats what they used. and then, what this is for. i can just only

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assume
assume

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when you tie something like that on there. it uh
when you tie something like that on there. it uh

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lessens the flight of the ball. without it, it could probably go more
lessens the flight of the ball. without it, it could probably go more

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you know, at length. so this kinda slows down the ball down a little bit so its not to throw way beyond the out of bounds or whatever
you know, at length. so this kinda slows down the ball down a little bit so its not to throw way beyond the out of bounds or whatever

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so its kinda flutters
so its kinda flutters

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momen hvta mv locv owakat mv hoktvke locv sopanakat
and now, those turtle like things that the women danced with, do you make those?

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mvta locv hahicet owa? uh huh tehopoyvte. mvo mvta ehena cvcke tate
uh huh. i put them together.

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staklik tehopoyat. hecet ienlik
my mom would sit and put them together. i would sit and watch.

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mvlostetvn mvn vlicec towvtite. mon mv locv tat eskerke
thats when i started favoring it.

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hopoyetet owa? este em vkerrickv omat tike wites. locv lanuse vtekuset. locv hvta
do you look for a certain kind of turtle? its depends on that persons thoughts. usually light brown turtles.

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hvnket semen
then theres another turtle

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semen cvlaha kicvkison tos. orange and black. mvtat se vnicet mahekotvccvs. cvcke tate makemvts
that has a mixture of colors. orange and black. my mom use to say ‘ dont use those.”

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mowisen mv
and now

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mv naket te?
what is that?

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locvt
turtle

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era tohahokuset haket
little boxes on its back

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mv box turtle kictokhoyes kowet. mvtat mowan owaketon towv? mv sevnit owe tok. onkv mv locv nvcowet mahet
they call them box turtle. is that what they use? thats what they use.about how many turtles

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mv ele hvnke hayetskat. ensulke vntat mecin owat. eight
do you make for each leg. if im doing it. eight

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cenvpakusen. on either side. mis resensulkusen este yaten owat emeta okhvpoyaket heciteo
eight on either side. if a person wanted more, ive seen them add more.

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monkv locv hvta kerriyat mvt mowet mvhokat tv
from what i know and what ive heard.

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uh locv enhoktvke
they are female turtles.

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owet owes. mvn owetvt owes. maket owe mokhowen hvta locv enhonvnwv hvmkuset mvn
thats it. thats what ive always heard. and to have one male turtle

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vpvket owvhant owes. makeyowet onahoyet pohit owes. mvta? mvn svmon pohakoton towisen nak mowvhane owen
they kind of said it. i heard it being said. is that true? i havent heard too much of that.

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opunvkv pohitet cvckike tate tat naken cvkiceko mahekote mvts nak
i heard something like that. my late parents didnt tell me things like that.

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mecakat tvn kerrvket mecvket towitvte monkoto tis mis mvn makcat nowen
the ones that do that, are probably yhe ones that konw. its not like the way youre saying.

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locv hoktvke vlken owat
theyre all female turtles

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mvt mvt ontos mahoket pohitet os. stowusat. ohwen mv hvta locv hopoyetv hvta eshecetv
i heard them say thats the way it is. in a little bit of time to look for a turtle and find it.

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oketv svcvpke maheko monkv lvpkvhan sehecvhanat owat mvo
does it take you a long time or do you find them quick?

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00:29:27,411 –> 00:29:30,936
hoktvket vlkv sehecesko witetok mvo
you may not find all females.

297
00:29:30,936 –> 00:29:38,371
mv towe mahekot towite mowe locv estowis vhopot. stowe mahekote.mowisen eskerkukosat mv
it doesnt matter what kind of turtle put together. it doesn matter.

298
00:29:38,371 –> 00:29:47,002
mv box turtle kiceyon mv okhoyes. mv mahoket oweton. pohiton. mowen mv
even though they want certain ones, box turtle. thats what i heard them say.

299
00:29:47,002 –> 00:29:53,125
nake te? hoktvke em pvnkv mv
what is that? the womens dance

300
00:29:53,125 –> 00:29:56,555
mv ribbon dance kihocat mvn uh
they call the ribbon dance

301
00:29:56,555 –> 00:30:01,830
mvo ohfvccv tv? eskerkvket mvta hoktvke mvt en hueretv mvo
what about that? the lead women have to know certain things.

302
00:30:01,830 –> 00:30:11,824
eskerket owet onton. mvo mvta estowusat ohfvccv pum onayetskeha? uh huh hompetv hayiket em afvcketv
can you tell us a little bit about that?uh huh. when the cooks celebrate

303
00:30:11,824 –> 00:30:14,662
kvsvppe osten makaket
they say cold four times

304
00:30:14,662 –> 00:30:22,568
ohkerke cak nat pohhakateto monkv hompetv hayiket mvt uh
if they have an announcement we would hear it. the c ooks

305
00:30:22,568 –> 00:30:25,794
paskofvtvt hvtvm
the grounds

306
00:30:25,794 –> 00:30:35,661
ralicec hanten omat ohrolope mocvsetvt enhakakton towet onto July vce lane lokcof
theyre getting ready to start the new year in july when the corn becomes ripe

307
00:30:35,661 –> 00:30:45,660
hompetv hayiketat svlicecet naktat takhvsvtecet hoktvke panit tis.
first the cooks begin to clean up things

308
00:30:45,660 –> 00:30:52,818
panaket hecatsken owat. monkv hecaksi sekoton owat nak
if yall see any women dancers dancing or if you dont see any

309
00:30:52,818 –> 00:31:00,297
vpeswv swarkv. meat clever. its symbolic. they make it out of board.
meat clever. meat clever. its symbolic. they make it out of board.

310
00:31:00,297 –> 00:31:07,664
those two women up front they use that. they use chopping motion. theyre not suppose to just kinda sling it like today
hose two women up front they use that. they use chopping motion. theyre not suppose to just kinda sling it like today

311
00:31:07,664 –> 00:31:13,431
make a. laffe owet. thats to a
make like a cutting motion. thats to a

312
00:31:13,431 –> 00:31:16,556
cutting small pieces
cutting small pieces

313
00:31:16,556 –> 00:31:19,917
anything that was not wanted
anything that was not wanted

314
00:31:19,917 –> 00:31:28,824
you know mightve got into the ground. and its their way.its the women part in
you know mightve got into the ground. and its their way.its the women part in

315
00:31:28,824 –> 00:31:34,019

getting the purity of the ground back to where it shoulod be.

316
00:31:34,019 –> 00:31:44,018
and mecak toweton to warat. ponak nowat awarwicet respoke nat honvntake
and thats what theyre doing when they slice. when theyre dancing. theyre really slicing. and when theyre finish. the men

317
00:31:44,018 –> 00:31:49,429
lvcce
branch

318
00:31:49,429 –> 00:31:52,852
to-esse ocvken tokhecvketon
leaves have to be facing each other.

319
00:31:52,852 –> 00:32:02,371
pasetv vlicecaket. symbolic of sweeping up that small pieces mvn mecakete. mvn mecak towe tonto
they start sweeping. symbolic of sweeping up that small pieces . thats what theyre doing. and thats what theyre doing.

320
00:32:02,371 –> 00:32:08,978
totkv tis. they shake it over the fire.totkv monkat east harbor mv
the fire. they shake it over the fire. fire or the east harbor.

321
00:32:08,978 –> 00:32:18,541
okhvwikat towe tonto. monkv hompetv hayiket mvt ehen mvtat tak hvsetecaket owet onto. thats to get rid of all the
they toss it over is what theyre doing. the cooks. theyre the first to start cleaning up. thats to ger rid of all the

322
00:32:18,541 –> 00:32:21,746
negative or whatever mightve come in from
negative or whatever mightve come in from

323
00:32:21,746 –> 00:32:30,801
last year. when they shut down for the winter until present. heret mahes onacces (onayetskes) were proud of the
last year. when they shut down for the winter until present. youre telling it good. were proud

324
00:32:30,801 –> 00:32:40,215
womens part of it. without them, as far the ground goes, were not complete. not all grounds follow through with it.
womens part of it. without them, as far the ground goes, were not complete. not all grounds follow through with it.

325
00:32:40,215 –> 00:32:45,441
some of them dont that. but i think about 90% of them do.
some of them dont that. but i think about 90% of them do.

326
00:32:45,441 –> 00:32:51,884
and uh. and as they do so, the mekkos arbors always uh
and uh. and as they do so, the chiefs arbors always uh

327
00:32:51,884 –> 00:32:56,072
facing east, why?
facing east, why?

328
00:32:56,072 –> 00:32:59,460
nak stowetsken kon maketsket witvte
you probably said why

329
00:32:59,460 –> 00:33:03,180
uh its so that the
uh its so that the

330
00:33:03,180 –> 00:33:12,384
they dont want to miss a second of the coming of the lord. if it should ever arrive, they dont want to have our back to it.
they dont want to miss a second of the coming of the lord. if it should ever arrive, they dont want to have our back to it.

331
00:33:12,384 –> 00:33:14,652
so we sit facing east.
so we sit facing east.

332
00:33:14,652 –> 00:33:22,950
if it should ever. vlak nowat. we dont want to. so that is what that is. mekusvpkv cuko matvpowen vpokeketon to
if it should ever. if he comes. we dont want to. so that is what that is. churches are the same way

333
00:33:22,950 –> 00:33:27,500
hvsosse fvccv vhecet. monkv mvn svhecken uh
facing the east.

334
00:33:27,500 –> 00:33:36,050
este cate em mekusvpkv cuko mvn mowvken mecak howvteton towv? hiyowat kerris.
is that the way the native churches were shown how to do? now i know.

335
00:33:36,050 –> 00:33:44,595
yeah they dont want to miss. estvmaheton tonko. estvmahet
yeah they dont want to miss. everybody does that. everybody

336
00:33:44,595 –> 00:33:47,359
hiyowat tv mv
and now

337
00:33:47,359 –> 00:33:54,841
uh este em vliketv owakat. vnet uh wotkvlkt owis. ohwen cemet tv?
peoples clans. me, im raccoon clan.and you?

338
00:33:54,841 –> 00:34:03,376
hvlpvtv. hvlpvtvt owetskes. onkv mv mowe hvtv eten nahvlkvnket owet tv
aligator. you are aligator. and now how about the relationships between them?

339
00:34:03,376 –> 00:34:10,248
cvrke fuswvt owvtet owes. vnwotko. i mean cvcke wotko ontowv mvt vcak ayat wotko
my father belonged to the bird clan. i am racoon. i mean my mom is raccoon. i follow racoon.

340
00:34:10,248 –> 00:34:20,247
cvhakvte tonto. wotko cvhaketon tos. mowisen tv. mv
thats how i belong to racoon. thats how i became raccoon.

341
00:34:20,247 –> 00:34:21,695
estet

342
00:34:21,695 –> 00:34:23,190
monkv honvnwv mvt
or men

343
00:34:23,190 –> 00:34:30,733
fuswvt onton owat mvt cvrke owet haketon towv? uh huh reme ti onto nat. uh huh. etenahvnke owe mahoketon ton
if hes bird. does he become like my father?uh huh. if he belongs. uh huh they say we become related.

344
00:34:30,733 –> 00:34:39,082
mvn kerre maheko owet on towi. mowen ceme mohhayvhickan kowanti. uh
i dont really understand that. im going to try to explain it to you.

345
00:34:39,082 –> 00:34:46,988
new tulsa fulleyat. aktvhvccike. cvrke tate aktvhvccike temvts
we were at new tulsa. water clan. my late father was water clan.

346
00:34:46,988 –> 00:34:54,202
and uh mvn vcule aktvhvcce mvn empetake. mv fullat
the edler and his children that were there

347
00:34:54,202 –> 00:35:00,997
tenahvnke pohak toweton to. tecakkakat
they heard they are relatives. siblings.

348
00:35:00,997 –> 00:35:08,451
em vculkv stones tis. cerke hake em puetake mvt
no matter how old they get. they become your father.

349
00:35:08,451 –> 00:35:14,021
tenahvnke. brother or sister. ohwen hokte hvtv hvnket etv
his kids are relatives. brother or sister. and the other woman

350
00:35:14,021 –> 00:35:20,170
uh wotkvlke arton nat mvt cvrvhv monkat cawvnwv owet haktoha mvtv?
that is raccoon, does she become my older or younger sister?

351
00:35:20,170 –> 00:35:27,674
mvt uh. cvcket.
my mother

352
00:35:27,674 –> 00:35:35,803
mowetv ehen mowvhanet owet. uh. afackusen ehen okvkerrihcet
it almost becomes like that. i have to think about the real truth

353
00:35:35,803 –> 00:35:44,310
makitan nat. heretv esso svhopakat vtekusen. mak towit onto. hvnketin aktakcike arton owat
if i can say that it would be good. but im just using it as an example. thats what im saying. if another is water clan

354
00:35:44,310 –> 00:35:46,617
hompetv hayento nat
if shes a cook

355
00:35:46,617 –> 00:35:55,052
aktakcike ton te vtekat cvcke hakt oweton to. hononwvton tonat mvo cvrke.cvrke. cvrke mahhet owet
and belongs to the water clan, she becomes like my mother. if hes a male. he becom es like my father.

356
00:35:55,052 –> 00:36:01,450
ooh. kerris hiyowat. mon uh.
and now i know.

357
00:36:01,450 –> 00:36:05,574
este herickv owaktv mvo mv
when a person has passed

358
00:36:05,574 –> 00:36:14,615
nake te? cuko rakko owat tis vrepet sasit. onkv mvn vkvsvmet mahet mv em oketv vrepet owvtet roret
what is it? if a person belong to a ground and really believed that way. when it came to the end of his time

359
00:36:14,615 –> 00:36:18,211
mowvhanetet sonkepison owat mv
if it happens that he passes away

360
00:36:18,211 –> 00:36:28,070
herickv kicet. you know. fullet tonkv em estvlke. hvta nere sem vpoketv mvo
for burial, you know. his family, and they sit up with him at night. thats what they say

361
00:36:28,070 –> 00:36:38,037
kicaket mv fullet onkv mv vrahkv ohfvccv mvtv naketvt owvte? em vpoketv maketskat
whats the reason for that? when you say to stay with him

362
00:36:38,037 –> 00:36:43,181
hvte somekepat enhvmkuset tokot
if he just passed. you dont leave the body alone.

363
00:36:43,181 –> 00:36:51,427
owvtes makaken mvtekusen pohiteto. enhvmkusen wihket. eswakkon to onkot enhorkasv ocet
thats what ive always heard. never leave him laying there alone. and have an companion

364
00:36:51,427 –> 00:36:56,855
pohyakekot mahhe sekot. ayin vcayehot nat mvt
that person wont be lonesome. when it comes time to bury him

365
00:36:56,855 –> 00:37:03,891
reyokset owatike wite. mowe este vcayehoten owat yvo
thats the end. also when it comes time for burial

366
00:37:03,891 –> 00:37:13,847
pvnkv haco tis. ayepis koweccen owat mvtat vcaketont os. makat vcaket omet. and uh
if you want to go to the stompdance,they say thats sacred. its sacred. and uh

367
00:37:13,847 –> 00:37:21,714
nak ohfvnkv e okfolecicet tonkv. nettv osten mehaket
hes going back to the creator. wait four days

368
00:37:21,714 –> 00:37:28,545
onat (ewotvt?) stowe mahekote. nak mowe hvtehaken
(ewotvt?) it really doesnt matter. get up early and go to the stompdance

369
00:37:28,545 –> 00:37:30,716
pvnkv haco aytet tvt

370
00:37:30,716 –> 00:37:35,679
ohfvnkv tat icen molvste mahhekot naketvn mowen
you dont find favor with the creator.

371
00:37:35,679 –> 00:37:44,872
enrvpece owe neketoccekvt mvtat tayekos. makaketon towemvts mvo. vsefkv sulke hvta
thats not right to go agsinst or away from him. they use to say that too.

372
00:37:44,872 –> 00:37:48,354
senfvyvtkv owakusat. ocvketon to
theres a lot of rules and precautions.

373
00:37:48,354 –> 00:37:55,999
kerrit oweton oks. nak vnvcome heretin
i am learning the ways. theres a lot of ways

374
00:37:55,999 –> 00:38:01,758
vyat nettv hvmkusen tokon. nettv vnvcome mv heren
you cant learn it all in one day, it takes several good days.

375
00:38:01,758 –> 00:38:03,784
ayin
to go

376
00:38:03,784 –> 00:38:08,078
nak mowat kerretv tat etohkvlkaken
to gather and learn those ways

377
00:38:08,078 –> 00:38:11,154
oweton to nak mak hiyowe tontos ce mak
they say this is the way it is.

378
00:38:11,154 –> 00:38:14,142
maktv sepekon e kerret
they dont have anyone to speak.

379
00:38:14,142 –> 00:38:21,456
hvta hvnken efolecicet hanti toweset. tohkos. hoktvke panikta
you learned. im going to go back one. just a litttttlle bit. thats alright. women dancers

380
00:38:21,456 –> 00:38:27,443
hoktvke panik. ponak nowat este tis. its sacred
women dancers, when theyre dancing. its sacred.

381
00:38:27,443 –> 00:38:35,338
hoktvke panik mvhenwe. sacred. mowe tonkv este tis.
women dancers are sacred. sacred. thats the way it is

382
00:38:35,338 –> 00:38:37,539
pale nvcon ponakes kon
if a person is counting how many is dancing.

383
00:38:37,539 –> 00:38:46,447
vhvmkatet one two three. vsehkv hayakvte mvts. naktv? mv empvketv toko tont os ce. naktv?
theyre counting one two three. theres a rule. what is it? you dont seperate them out. what is it?

384
00:38:46,447 –> 00:38:49,206
herekis. est okhvlvke tayet es.
its not good. something could come upon a person.

385
00:38:49,206 –> 00:38:52,455
vhvmkatet vhvmketepkvs kon
if hes wanting to stand there counting.

386
00:38:52,455 –> 00:38:55,499
nvcon ponakis maktvtis kon vhvmkatetsken nat
he wants to be the one that says how many are dancing. if you are counting

387
00:38:55,499 –> 00:39:07,248
mvta enkepvketv onko tont os mvo vsehkv hayakete mvts.mv vkerretv vm vlakton nokis. mvo pohihvntes
theres a rule that youre not suppose to seperate them. that thought just came to me. thats what i mean. ive heard that too.

388
00:39:07,248 –> 00:39:15,042
so there is a sacredness about it. the ribbon dance, that we have to kinda follow, adhere to
so there is a sacredness about it. the ribbon dance, that we have to kinda follow, adhere to

389
00:39:15,042 –> 00:39:20,940
but uh. as far as the burial goes
but uh. as far as the burial goes

390
00:39:20,940 –> 00:39:27,827
you dont want to offend the creator. enrvpecet owe afvcket vretv mvt
you dont want to offend the creator. you dont want to offend the creator by pretending to be happy

391
00:39:27,827 –> 00:39:35,192
theres a time and place for that to dance. not right after a funeral
theres a time and place for that to dance. not right after a funeral

392
00:39:35,192 –> 00:39:43,638
they felt that a aura, i guess tan nokiya? on your body from being around a deceased.
they felt that a aura, i guess tan nokiya? on your body from being around a deceased.

393
00:39:43,638 –> 00:39:49,958
give it time to decipate. aproximately four days, nettv osten, then you can
give it time to decipate. aproximately four days, nettv osten, then you can

394
00:39:49,958 –> 00:39:57,052
uh enjoy pvnkv haco, otherwise youd be offending the creator too soon.
uh enjoy the stompdance, otherwise youd be offending the creator too soon.

395
00:39:57,052 –> 00:40:05,310
oh ahecekot maktokiyat hecet towiyvt ti. oh hokvs.
i said dont look but i was looking. ready.

396
00:40:05,310 –> 00:40:13,921
hiyowat ta nak heraken pum onayet. em apohicet. owet onto. uh
weve listened to him tell us good things.

397
00:40:13,921 –> 00:40:20,469
este catike owepeyat pum estvlke monkat etekerretv tis etekerret este
being natives, our family or aquaintances, people weve met,

398
00:40:20,469 –> 00:40:29,275
hvte etekerrakis. owat onvkuce owvke nak tis onayaket onakaket owet owvnc afvcketv
and people weve just met, like story tellers, they tell us stories that have meaning to it.

399
00:40:29,275 –> 00:40:32,349
us sten licaken vpelet
they place happiness on people

400
00:40:32,349 –> 00:40:42,348
arvket vkerricet nettv estofvtis vkerricet vpelkv vpvlen arvket owantok. hiyowat mv onvkuce
any day you could be thinking about it and itll make you laugh and smile. it just happens.

401
00:40:42,348 –> 00:40:49,186
pum onayvhantos. hvnket uh nak stowne cufet
now hes going to tell us that story. the one story on why the rabbit

402
00:40:49,186 –> 00:40:53,744
hvce kocoknuset ontowat. pum onayvhant os
hes going to tell us the one story on why the rabbit has a short tail.

403
00:40:53,744 –> 00:40:57,728
uh mowenv

404
00:40:57,728 –> 00:41:00,397
nak onvkuce owat tat

405
00:41:00,397 –> 00:41:02,006
pohet
the story that ive heard,

406
00:41:02,006 –> 00:41:10,798
vpvlickv tis ten hayuset. naket tis mowe tat tis owvtes kon. pohet aret steculvtet tonkv
makes people laugh a little. i grew up hearing that it couldve happened like that.

407
00:41:10,798 –> 00:41:15,095
hvnke onayaken pohiyat
the one i heard them tell

408
00:41:15,095 –> 00:41:20,234
uh cufe tat cufe tat. hofono
the rabbit. the rabbit. long time ago

409
00:41:20,234 –> 00:41:25,133
hvce tat capkusen ton
its tail was really long

410
00:41:25,133 –> 00:41:29,397
arto wvteton tisen mowen
when he was going about

411
00:41:29,397 –> 00:41:37,026
nak lanvfen oharen cufe tat ontowaten parvnke tat
when the rabbit was eating, on the other side

412
00:41:37,026 –> 00:41:44,049
lanvkusat tat parvnke tat stvmahen ocet hecet. stowelapken nat
he seen a great amount of greens. if he crosses

413
00:41:44,049 –> 00:41:48,002
mvn se.. e vnicepitanto konton towisen
he was thinking “i can help myself”

414
00:41:48,002 –> 00:41:54,490
tasiktv ayeko tayet. hvccuce tat tvphet owepkv
he was unable to jump over there because the creek was too wide.

415
00:41:54,490 –> 00:41:58,749
okhvkvte taskeko tayeton. hvlpvtv akwakkete
he looked it over and knew he was unable to jump it. an aligator was laying in there

416
00:41:58,749 –> 00:42:06,566
mv mowet e hecat. cufe tat mowe mvlostet onton kerre onton
he seen him.the rabbit knew he favored him.

417
00:42:06,566 –> 00:42:10,936
mvn e. naken kicen towetanat
he was going to say something to see how he reacts.

418
00:42:10,936 –> 00:42:20,126
kicantis kon. okkuekvte cufe.. hvlpvtv tat cufe okkueyiket. vhecetskat cehettis
as he was talking.the rabbit moved closer. the aligator was moving towards him. i see you looking over there.

419
00:42:20,126 –> 00:42:28,620
mv nak lanakat ceyat cem vlostet owa? uh huh. vhvlvpkeko tayet os.
those greens that you want, are they your favorite? uh huh. he cant go around it.

420
00:42:28,620 –> 00:42:31,922
cvna cvpket onka
my body is long

421
00:42:31,922 –> 00:42:40,374
ohwakken nat cvhvce amoktasiket ayet. rorvhancen nat parvnke tat rorvpeccen tato. nak
if i was to lay down, jump on my tail, ill go. when were almost there to the otherside. youll be there.

422
00:42:40,374 –> 00:42:47,398
vtvrrvke lanvke oceton tonkv cufe tat mvloste hayen enhere on nokhoskon
theres alot of green things hanging. he was talking about the rabbits favorite things.

423
00:42:47,398 –> 00:42:49,081
hvce imoktaskvte
he jumped on his tail

424
00:42:49,081 –> 00:42:51,621
cufe tat hvce tat capkuseton
the rabbit had a very long tail

425
00:42:51,621 –> 00:42:53,660
taskeyan era ton
he was kinda jumping on his back and his head

426
00:42:53,660 –> 00:42:58,506
ekv. ekv mahen rem orat tat
.he was there right near his head

427
00:42:58,506 –> 00:43:06,214
e vkerricat tat e tayekis owet onton. naktis kerrakis on hakvton mowanton kon
he thought to himself that somethings not right. when you get that feeling that somethings going to happen

428
00:43:06,214 –> 00:43:13,424
vm e.. em vkerrickv enhakat tasketon tisen. hvlpvtv tat vkerrickv etv towepetskat
the thought of jumping came to him. the aligator had different thoughts

429
00:43:13,424 –> 00:43:23,391
hvmke tat akketv kon tisen hvce vtekusen em vkiken. hiyowuset enwihket. mv monton. cufe hvyon hecakat
he tried to bite him once but only bit his tail. he left him with this. thats why when we see the rabbit now, his tail is really short.

430
00:43:23,391 –> 00:43:29,888
kocoknusen haket on. artoweton os. kic onayhoyen pohitot owe.
thats what i heard being told.

431
00:43:29,888 –> 00:43:36,378
so hvta nak mowat tat uh vnvcowe
so theres a lot of really good stories.

432
00:43:36,378 –> 00:43:46,062
heret ocvket owe. vkerrickv sten hayet monkat ehv stecatik enfulletv tat afvckvket owet
they make people think or to be happy about our native ways

433
00:43:46,062 –> 00:43:55,862
nake cvpakke vretvt tokot mv svmos mahat. enfulletvt onkv vnhvtepetv tvmahen ocvket onkv
its really important not to be going around being mad. vnhetepetv ??? theres a lot of

434
00:43:55,862 –> 00:44:01,833
fullton mowakis owvteton. este hvnket uh
thats the way the way they were. one person

435
00:44:01,833 –> 00:44:11,495
nak onayen pohimvts. cufe.. efv tvt. efv tis stakwakken nat
i heard him saying. rabbit. a dog. if a dog is layijg there

436
00:44:11,495 –> 00:44:14,901
cufe tis vwolichanet vlak nowat
if the rabbit is coming near him

437
00:44:14,901 –> 00:44:16,597
assecet onto
he chases him.

438
00:44:16,597 –> 00:44:22,159
assecet onkot receyet onto. if that rabbit comes kinda close to the
he really chases him and hes goes into. if that rabbit comes kinda close to the

439
00:44:22,159 –> 00:44:29,857
dog. that dog will always jump up and just chase it. and theres a reason behind that.
dog. that dog will always jump up and just chase it. and theres a reason behind that.

440
00:44:29,857 –> 00:44:32,013
they said that uh
they said that uh

441
00:44:32,013 –> 00:44:40,864
on a day like always. you know . they just uh. that dog
on a day like always. you know . they just uh. that dog

442
00:44:40,864 –> 00:44:47,854
in its first stages of what it was. had a small mouth
in its first stages of what it was. had a small mouth

443
00:44:47,854 –> 00:44:56,461
cutkuset on cokwv. and he could whistle. that dog.
he had a small mouth. and he could whistle. that dog

444
00:44:56,461 –> 00:45:03,622
afvcketon efv tat. slopicusen e vrepet cufe mapohicet
the rabbit listens to the dog going around being happy and good

445
00:45:03,622 –> 00:45:05,616
cufe heard him
rabbit heard him (whistles)

446
00:45:05,616 –> 00:45:15,615
and uh. cufe was kinda a little jealous. fekcahketon. em apohikton
and uh the rabbit was kinda a little jealous. jealous.he was listening one day

447
00:45:15,615 –> 00:45:24,912
nettv hvn. stowvhantis ontowat mehaket aretetis yowet cufe rem orete
he was waiting around like he had something to do. the rabbit went to the dog

448
00:45:24,912 –> 00:45:32,694
efv tat mv fohkeccat. your whistle. hericusen owat resen heren
your whistling. your whistle. its beautiful but

449
00:45:32,694 –> 00:45:36,806
mvn fohkeccen hayate. i can make it better
i can make your whistling better. i can make it better

450
00:45:36,806 –> 00:45:42,012
and that dog thought about it. he said i like the way i whistle.
and that dog thought about it. he said i like the way i whistle.

451
00:45:42,012 –> 00:45:49,626
said tato. cufet okat. uh huh. cemen vnicin owat resen herusen
he said its ok. the said “uh huh. if i help you, itll be prettier.

452
00:45:49,626 –> 00:45:58,380
real pretty. fohtkeccvte. ohvkvsvmvte. efv tat. enka mvn enfekhoniyen
real pretty. your whistling. the dog agreed to it. ok then he stood still for him.

453
00:45:58,380 –> 00:46:03,725
cufe tat went to work. cut it like this. put a little small opening. cut it back
that rabbit went to work. cut it like this. put a little small opening. cut it back

454
00:46:03,725 –> 00:46:09,513
and then the other side. both of them about the same. boy that dog was just.
and then the other side. both of them about the same. boy that dog was just.

455
00:46:09,513 –> 00:46:18,496
feeling good about himself. hokvs ca hvyat hvta resen heren fohtkates kon. maket vpaken. cufe said no no, hvtet ce hvtet ce. vm vhakcen
feeling good about himself. so now the dog was thinking he was going to be whistling better. as soon as he said that. the rabbit said “no no, hold on, hold on. wait on me”

456
00:46:18,496 –> 00:46:27,842
vse eto atakhuerat rorit. cvhvcko tat rakrvken tonkv. my ears are big, sensitive
go and stand by that tree over there. my ears are big. my ears are big and sensitive

457
00:46:27,842 –> 00:46:30,542
vnnokkicecets ce.
you will hurt me

458
00:46:30,542 –> 00:46:35,382
so that rabbit hopped over there. tree way over there
so that rabbit hopped over there. tree way over there

459
00:46:35,382 –> 00:46:39,710
then he looked back over.
then he looked back over and told him” go ahead and try your

460
00:46:39,710 –> 00:46:43,985
whistle out. that dog, he. boy he was just
whistle out. that dog, he. boy he was just

461
00:46:43,985 –> 00:46:49,926
they came on just really whistle. somethin. he took in a gulp of air.
they came on just really whistle. somethin. he took in a gulp of air.

462
00:46:49,926 –> 00:46:59,735
(bark) hoa what happened to that whistle that i was told i could do. but he tried it again. maybe it was a mistake
(bark) ugh what happened to that whistle that i was told i could do. but he tried it again. maybe it was a mistake

463
00:46:59,735 –> 00:47:01,207
(bark)
ugh

464
00:47:01,207 –> 00:47:05,846
by that time, that rabiit was ober there looking back, knowing what he had done to that rabbit
by that time, that rabiit was ober there looking back, knowing what he had done to that rabbit

465
00:47:05,846 –> 00:47:14,313
he tricked him into letting him cut his mouth back. so now all he can do is just bark. you know. he just lit out after that
he tricked him into letting him cut his mouth back. so now all he can do is just bark. you know. he just lit out after that

466
00:47:14,313 –> 00:47:22,561
rabbit. cufe. chased him off into the woods. so thats how come to this day, if the rabbit comes near the yard where hes laying
rabbit. cufe. chased him off into the woods. so thats how come to this day, if the rabbit comes near the yard where hes laying

467
00:47:22,561 –> 00:47:25,774
itll chase hilm. and also too
itll chase hilm. and also too

468
00:47:25,774 –> 00:47:35,520
if you ever see a strange dog anywhere. boy, the first thing theyll do is look at you. so thats what happened on that day.
if you ever see a strange dog anywhere. boy, the first thing theyll do is look at you. so thats what happened on that day.

469
00:47:35,520 –> 00:47:39,455

470
00:47:39,455 –> 00:47:47,612
uh huh naktat mowe. te maskokik semvnole like emponvkv
uh huh. why is that the maskoke/seminole language

471
00:47:47,612 –> 00:47:52,283
faccosuset owvte. mvrahke ayepen
it was truthful. its going a different way

472
00:47:52,283 –> 00:48:00,097
mis naktat mowe mon nat mvtekusen monkat
if it keeps going that way.

473
00:48:00,097 –> 00:48:07,814
heret os sepeko haket aypit. tehvnke nak hvnke ahen. vkerrickv vnhaketon to te ahen
the good will be lost. one person, one thing brought that thought to me

474
00:48:07,814 –> 00:48:12,621
este tis uh
people

475
00:48:12,621 –> 00:48:16,001
ue-home tis esket aren owat
if he drinks alcohol

476
00:48:16,001 –> 00:48:24,832
hace mahoket owet mahoken pohiton mvtat mv tokoton. hace toko mahyomke este mahyomken owat
everybody calls him a drunk i heard them say. thats not it. hes not drunk. tipsy. if a person is tipsy

477
00:48:24,832 –> 00:48:28,602
mvt ue-home tis sem enhoyvne esken owat
if he drinks too much alcohol

478
00:48:28,602 –> 00:48:31,856
ue-home esket mvt
drinks alcohol

479
00:48:31,856 –> 00:48:39,078
mvt mahyomke tonto. mahyomke maktv vkerrickv stemusonke yowet. haco
hes tipsy.they say tipsy. he loses his train of thought. fearless

480
00:48:39,078 –> 00:48:42,353
haco maktv tat afvcke vretv
he goes around happy

481
00:48:42,353 –> 00:48:44,602
mv monton
thats why

482
00:48:44,602 –> 00:48:47,529
ceremonial ground, opvnkv haco
ceronial ground, ceromial ground

483
00:48:47,529 –> 00:48:56,511
thats where youre happy afvcketv vretv. te mvnettik hace arenten onat hace tis maktv punayetv yacak ton nestis
thats where youre happy. be happy. if a young person is drunk, they might want to talk.

484
00:48:56,511 –> 00:49:01,791
stowusat mvrhkuecuset makat oweton to. mis svmon nak kicakotes
they become a little different. I dont say too much

485
00:49:01,791 –> 00:49:07,006
ayin oketv moweton at. em onayak ton tisen
as time passes on. i try to talk to them

486
00:49:07,006 –> 00:49:13,075
stowe kicvkete. vlsestv tis cvyacekot. mahyomke maktv tonto
how do you say it? i dont want to embarrass him. to speak to him in the right way

487
00:49:13,075 –> 00:49:16,548
naktv hiyowat
what now?

488
00:49:16,548 –> 00:49:24,912
oketv tat mvrhke vrepen ponhaketon. stomvn mvhayakate yopvt
times are getting different for us. wherever they are teaching

489
00:49:24,912 –> 00:49:31,866
mvt hiyowat mvt rerossteyvkat mvstike nak mowe. nak stowesetis em omecic monkat
at this time thats where were at. keep on going even though its something small

490
00:49:31,866 –> 00:49:39,052
naken svpaklen enhoyanets tot. hvta roh-vpokevpanetont os onto wite
things that are standing in the way will pass. we might return to the past

491
00:49:39,052 –> 00:49:47,910
mis stohko tok nak mowe. mowane tvlkusen. rekccahket owe towat tike nak semvhayet mahet
its not going to matter, its going to happen.were at that point but you still go on and teach

492
00:49:47,910 –> 00:49:49,338

493
00:49:49,338 –> 00:49:59,316
mvtekusv? mvtekusis nak etis. hvta makcetan nat. oh cvhoset onato
is that all? im finished. if you want to talk about something else, im forgetful.

494
00:49:59,316 –> 00:50:03,118
hiyowat mv nak heraken opunvkv uh
now those were some good words

495
00:50:03,118 –> 00:50:09,473
pum onayet nak stowet arvte monkat ohfvccv tis pum onayet onkv vlaketskat
he told us. he told us about how he went about and other subjects.

496
00:50:09,473 –> 00:50:11,720
opunvkv punwiketskat, mvto cekicit os.
I thank you for coming and leaving us with good words.

497
00:50:11,720 –> 00:50:15,846
Enka, mvto.
You’re welcome, thank you.

498
00:50:15,846 –> 00:50:17,060

499
00:50:17,060 –> 00:50:18,061

500
00:50:18,061 –> 00:50:19,062

501
00:50:19,062 –> 00:50:20,763

502
00:50:20,763 –> 00:50:29,421

503
00:50:29,421 –> 00:50:37,925

504
00:50:37,925 –> 00:50:42,999

505
00:50:42,999 –> 00:50:51,216

506
00:50:51,216 –> 00:50:57,087