More about Tail Feather Woman’s blessing

By John Negonsott

I’m a Kickapoo Indian from Kansas. My Great Grandpa received a drum like that from the Sauk and Fox tribe of Oklahoma. In 1987 I went up to the Sundance to return my respect for Tail Feather Woman’s blessing to our people in Kansas. I’m a 5th generation of followers of the dream dance. My family still has the drum and we were all raised around it and understand the importance of it. When we put our tobacco offerings out we we always mention wahnaniquah tail feather woman–“ahoe mishomsinon wahnoniquah cosnon megwich.” We of the drum faith all appreciate what this website is doing with this story (megwich)

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