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Spirits move Joanne Shenandoah to sing of Iroquois world

ONEIDA, N.Y. - The Oneida elders' dreams foretold that Joanne Shenandoah would carry the Iroquois culture to the four winds. Even before she could talk, they named her Tekaiawahway (pronounced De-gal-la-wha-wha): "She sings." True to that vision, Ms. Shenandoah has become the most critically acclaimed Native American singer of her time.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/14/ent_211319.shtml
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Spirits move Joanne Shenandoah to sing of Iroquois world

ONEIDA, N.Y. - The Oneida elders' dreams foretold that Joanne Shenandoah would carry the Iroquois culture to the four winds. Even before she could talk, they named her Tekaiawahway (pronounced De-gal-la-wha-wha): "She sings." True to that vision, Ms. Shenandoah has become the most critically acclaimed Native American singer of her time.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/13/ent_211259.shtml
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