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TRIPLETS Tony, Judy, and Bernie Vizenor donning traditional Native American dress for a powwow, estimated to be in the early 1940s. The Vizenor girls were the older sisters of the late Dallas Vizenor, who was married to current White Earth Tribal Chair Erma Vizenor

The great native gathering

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It was a warm, breezy June day.

The streets of White Earth village were buzzing with excitement and activity, while energetic kids played baseball, whooping and hollering.

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The annual powwow always had people piling into the city, and this year was no different.

It was 1947, and little Lenny Potter was soaking it all up.

He loved the baseball, the carnival, and the dancing.

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