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JOURNEYS INTO AMERICAN INDIAN TERRITORY FEATURES TRIBAL INSIGHTS AND TEEPEES THAT SLEEP 10

Motorists passing through Anadarko, Okla., see little more than a sleepy tourist trap of a town. What they are missing is what 20 lucky visitors (ages 6 and older) will see, starting July 6, when they join anthropologist Robert Vetter for a highly personal eight-day encounter with American Indians in the southwestern corner of the state. As he has for the past decade, in Journeys into American Indian Territory programs, Vetter will "bombard" participants with insightful interactions so they will learn about the culture of the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Wichita, Caddo, Delaware, Cheyenne and Arapaho people of this region. (This program...

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