Bryan Akipa

January 1995
Faces of Identity, Hands of Skill: Folk Arts in North Dakota;1995, p6
The article profiles Bryan Akipa, a member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe in Sisseton Indian Reservation, North Dakota. He was born to Amy and Franklin Crawford. He is a dancer, storyteller, traditional wood carver, beadworker, flute maker, and flute player. His introduction to the heritage of his family started with traditional dancing at the age of three.


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