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My Tribal Prayer Journey by motorcycle across Native Country

 

Last updated 9/28/2013 at 12:14pm

Bill Gowey

A memorial to the forced “march of tears” from the San Carlos Apache Nation in Arizona to Fort Marion in Saint Augustine, Florida, where Apache, Kiowa, Cado Cheyenne and Arapaho people were imprisoned.

My Tribal Prayer Journey started in the Spring of 2009 after my Dakota nephew Seth Cloud Chief Eagle passed way from huffing “computer dust-off spray”. This led me to visit and gift every tribe in Arizona, bringing gifts for elders and asking their permission to offer prayers about the curses of Drug Abuse, Alcoholism and Suicide. Then I offered prayers of blessing and healing on the land and peoples.

On the first weekend of this Arizona Tribal Prayer Journey, I was led to three Apache elders on three different reservations. I started on the Yavapai Apache Nation and was led to an elde...



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