Resilience

Dakota Goodhouse on the Stories of Resilience

Nov 16, 2015

Here is a transcript of the interview -- it does not include the excerpts from the stories included in the audio.

Bill:                       I'm talking with Dakota Goodhouse, who is an instructor of Native American studies at United Tribes Technical College, hello Dakota welcome to the show.

Dakota:                Good morning Bill.

Robert Grey Eagle

Nov 11, 2015

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Bob Grey Eagle:          Hello my name is Bob or Bobby Grey Eagle. My Indian name is […]  It means "The Long-Ago Ancestor," or as a friend of mine calls me, "He Brings His Relatives With Him." My tribe is the Lake Traverse Reservation, the Sisseton, Wahpeton, Dakota, Oyate. I live in Bismarck, North Dakota. I've been here since the mid-eighties. A long time.

Lorraine Davis:           That is a long time.

Mark Little Owl

Nov 11, 2015

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Mark Little Owl: My name is Mark Charles Little Owl. I am from the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Mandan, the Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation on the Fort Berthold Reservation. I am from the Twin Buttes segment, home of the Mandan or the Nuweta people. My Indian name in English is The Last One. I don't know how to say it in Mandan. I don't want to mess it up. I currently live in Bismarck, North Dakota in the Bismarck Mandan area. I've been back now for about a couple of years.

Mary Everette

Nov 10, 2015

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Lorraine Davis:  We're ready for interview number two for the stories of resiliency of the Native American people. Today here I have an elder from the Fort Berthold reservation from the Arikara Nation. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Your name and your Indian name and your tribal affiliations?

Anita Charging

Nov 10, 2015

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Anita Charging:  My name is Anita Charging. My native name is Blossoming Peppermint, […]. I am tribal enrolled with the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara nation. I have lived in Mandan for about the last 33 years, Bismarck- Mandan area. I'm divorced and I have three children. My oldest is Nathan, he's 34. My daughter Brianna is 27, and my youngest daughter Larissa is 19. I have two grandchildren.

Stacey Zephier

Nov 10, 2015

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Stacy Zephier: My name is Stacy Lee Zephier I am from the Yankton Sioux Tribe. I currently reside in Bismarck, North Dakota. I've lived here since December 2013. I have eight children but on six reside with me. I'm pursuing my degree in business tribal management at the United Tribes Technical College.

Kathy Johnson

Nov 10, 2015

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Marian DeClay

Nov 10, 2015

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Marian DeClay:  Hello! My name is Marian DeClay. I am a White Mountain Apache from the Fort Apache tribe in Arizona. I am currently living in Bismarck, North Dakota. I've been here for about approximately four years. I have two children. One is a six-year old and my baby is two years old. I have a husband who is Gene DeClay.

Robert His Chase

Nov 10, 2015

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Teresa His Chase

Nov 10, 2015

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