In this podcast, Virgile Stephens tells a story about Stoney Nakoda warriors recovering their horses. This story takes place long ago before the colonists came. These warriors traveled far and recovered 5 of their horses, but 2 were still missing. The owner of these 2 horses traveled as far as Crow Agency, Montana in the USA to recover his horses. This story showcases the strength and perseverance of a Stoney Nakoda warrior and demonstrates how far Stoney Nakoda people traveled historically.
|sarhnora||eight||oyade ze||the peace treaty|
|ṯẖuyeyabi||getting ready to fight, go to war||saîgiyabi ze||facepaint|
|tathâm||plus; equal;||Sîktogeja Wapta||Willow Creek (lit. Wolf River)|
|Îsagowîn Wapta||Old Man River||tibi oda wâch||lots of lodges (chief camped in the middle)|
|ne hibi ne||they came to look (for their horses)||suwatâga ne hnibich||they brought the horses (except for two)|
|dukiyabi||where are they?||Gari Toga||Crow People|