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Ute Indian Prayer Trees of the Pikes Peak Region by John Wesley Anderson

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Presented by Pikes Peak Posse of the Westerners at Masonic Grand Lodge, Colorado Springs CO

Apr 14 2014
Ute Indian Prayer Trees of the Pikes Peak Region by John Wesley Anderson presented by Pikes Peak Posse of the Westerners at Masonic Grand Lodge, Colorado Springs CO

Focusing on the culture and history of the indigenous Ute peoples between 150-450 years ago, John Anderson will discuss the sacred living artifacts they left behind. These Culturally Modified Trees (CMT) can still be found across the Pikes Peak Region in large numbers. Anderson will describe what characteristics to search for and where to search, in the land around the most sacred of mountains, known to the Utes, as "Tava" (Pikes Peak).

John Wesley Anderson, the 26th Sheriff of El Paso County

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ADMISSION INFO

Program format is in a casual, buffet style dinner setting at a cost of $16. Reservations are suggested by Friday prior, 10 a.m.

Email: posse@dewittenterprises.com

LOCATION

Masonic Grand Lodge

1150 Panorama Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80904

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