Celebrating the 'spirit'

By U.S. ArmyNovember 19, 2009

Susan "White Lily" Little, from the Stockbridge Munsee Band of the Mohicans, describes her traditional Native American attire, which is made of deer skin, to a group of Pierce Terrace Elementary School students. Both Talbot and Little were on post earlier this week as part of Fort Jackson's Native American Heritage Month activities, which included activities at both on-post schools and a luncheon.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Susan "White Lily" Little, from the Stockbridge Munsee Band of the Mohicans, describes her traditional Native American attire, which is made of deer skin, to a group of Pierce Terrace Elementary School students. Both Talbot and Little were on post earlier this week as part of Fort Jackson's Native American Heritage Month activities, which included activities at both on-post schools and a luncheon. (Photo Credit: Sharonda Pearson, Fort Jackson Leader) VIEW ORIGINAL
Craig Talbot, from the Waccamaw Indian People, performs a cleansing ceremony on Catherine James, a kindergarten teacher at Pierce Terrace Elementary School. Talbot, also known as "One who talks to doves," is considered a holy man among his
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Craig Talbot, from the Waccamaw Indian People, performs a cleansing ceremony on Catherine James, a kindergarten teacher at Pierce Terrace Elementary School. Talbot, also known as "One who talks to doves," is considered a holy man among his (Photo Credit: Sharonda Pearson, Fort Jackson Leader) VIEW ORIGINAL