Teepee raising

Donald Muddy Bull Johnson of Bentley finishes setting up a small scale teepee inside the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Wednesday. The traditional Cree structure, complete with poles signifying respect, humility, honesty and faith as well as other noble attributes, will be part of the museum’s new Lasting Tradition exhibition about aboriginal games and sports.

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Donald Muddy Bull Johnson of Bentley finishes setting up a small scale teepee inside the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Wednesday. The traditional Cree structure, complete with poles signifying respect, humility, honesty and faith as well as other noble attributes, will be part of the museum’s new Lasting Tradition exhibition about aboriginal games and sports.

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