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  • Listen to the work of Hank Oliver, Choinumni tribal leader, 1926-2017

    Hank Oliver, musician and patriarch of the Choinumni Tribe, recorded his song "Day by Day" in the mid-1960s. His family contributed these photos and recording.

Hank Oliver, musician and patriarch of the Choinumni Tribe, recorded his song "Day by Day" in the mid-1960s. His family contributed these photos and recording. Family of Hank Oliver
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One of the last to speak his tribal language, he also sang about Wounded Knee

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