In this episode, Elder Phillomene Stevens joins host Terry Rider to recount stories about the distances traveled by Stoney Nakoda people historically. She shares accounts of Stoney Nakoda people traveling to the United States, Eden Valley, the Tobacco Plains of British Columbia, and Chief Mountain. Listen to this podcast to hear more about the travels of the Stoney Nakoda people and learn the traditional names for these places.
|rheyam chaze||traditional name||Gahna||Eden Valley|
|aktubi ze||fathers||Mînâ Wasiju Mâkoche||United States|
|chihîkchu||his/her son||dohâ wanîgas / dowanîgas||a very long time ago|
|abethtothto||cottonwood tree||Châhâthkathka Wapta||Highwood River|
|Îdukabi Tîda||Tobacco Plains (located in southern British Columbia)||anûraptâ||listen|
|wagikthiya||I remember it||wedu||spring|
|mnogedu||summer||ne togada||the future|