Comanche and Seneca Native American storyteller Delores Santha, 89, of St. Louis, tells stories to children at the Park Forest Day Nursery Preschool. Santha is visiting schools in State College to promote the New Faces of an Ancient People Traditional Powwow, which will be held this weekend at the Mount Nittany Middle School.
Comanche and Seneca Native American storyteller Delores Santha, 89, of St. Louis, tells stories to children at the Park Forest Day Nursery Preschool. Santha is visiting schools in State College to promote the New Faces of an Ancient People Traditional Powwow, which will be held this weekend at the Mount Nittany Middle School. CDT photo
Comanche and Seneca Native American storyteller Delores Santha, 89, of St. Louis, tells stories to children at the Park Forest Day Nursery Preschool. Santha is visiting schools in State College to promote the New Faces of an Ancient People Traditional Powwow, which will be held this weekend at the Mount Nittany Middle School. CDT photo

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April 04, 2014 07:28 PM

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