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Quarrying and Carving Sacred Red Pipestone for Peace Pipes

Quarrying and Carving Sacred Red Pipestone for Peace Pipes

“Today, so many people all over the world really are searching for some kind of a connection to Mother Earth. Many, many people have heard of pipestone pipes. But they have no idea where they come from, or what they do,” said Ojibwe pipemaker Bud Johnston. Fifty-three pipestone pits, stretching...
Why Pipestone National Monument in Minnesota Is Worth a Visit

Why Pipestone National Monument in Minnesota Is Worth a Visit

Discover hidden gems in Minnesota’s valley of the famous red stone, Pipestone National Monument, including sacred quarries and Winnewissa Falls. A spiritual resource to many American Indians, catlinite or “pipestone” has been harvested by Plains Indians in Pipestone, Minnesota, for centuries to make ceremonial pipes. Today, only people of ancestry...
Riding to Reconciliation

Riding to Reconciliation

On the backs of horses, some 60 riders started out December 10 after a day of ceremonies and preparation for the 11th annual Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride, which is meant for healing and reconciliation.

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