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Mary Youngblood performs the Plains-style flute

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Uploaded on Feb 4, 2010

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Achugash Aleut and Seminole, Mary Youngblood was raised in Seattle and now lives in Sacramento, California. Trained in guitar, piano, voice, and flute, she is also a songwriter and poet; music has played a pivotal role in her life. Here she performs "Tears for Kientepoos" at a 1998 concert honoring American Indian women.

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