Johnny Moses (Tulalip) – Stories for Adults
Storytelling remains a strong force in Native American life. Moses' stories are from several different tribes and relate messages that informed the lives of Native people for hundreds of years. Moses is a Tulalip Indian raised in the remote Nuu-chah-nulth village of Ohiat on the west coast of Vancouver Island, B.C., Cananda. He is a master storyteller, oral historian and traditional healer and shares his knowledge through storytelling, lectures and workshops. Moses, whose Indian name is Whis.stem.men.knee (Walking Medicine Robe), is fluent in eight Native languages and is a traveling ambassador for the northwest coast cultures. He also supports and is supported by his beloved elder, Aunt Vi Hilbert (Taqseblu), who is dedicated to preserving the Lushootseed language and culture.
HiDVL Call # HI2005.008_01