Cultural connections

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Southern Ute elder, Lynda D’Wolf shows off her Ute dolls during the Ute language class that was held on Friday, Jan. 31. D’Wolf talked about how the Utes used to dress and how the women wore their dresses.
Southern Ute elder, Lynda Grove D’Wolf continues to emphasize the importance of culture and language in her weekly Ute language classes held in the Leonard C. Burch building every Friday. In her most recent language class, D’Wolf shared a replica of a beaded Ute cradleboard with her participants; explaining the cultural significance that these cradleboards traditionally played when rearing Ute children.
Trennie Collins | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
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