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Program Information
Native American Veteran's (interviews)
Rebroadcast of Memorial Day segment of 5-26-05
Jack Cagey
 NAMAPAHH First People's Radio/Robin Carneen  Contact Contributor
May 29, 2005, 2:09 p.m.
Jack Cagey is of Samish descent, but enrolled with Lummi Tribe, in Ferndale WA. He is a tribal Elder & spokesperson and last year he traveled for his 2nd time cross country w/the Lummi House of Tears Carvers. He is a Veteran of the Air Force and share
Jack Cagey: Spokesperson, storyteller, song leader

Brian Allen: Making it possible bring this inteview to you, with help from him in conversion & uploading this segment.

House of Tears Carvers & the Lummi Nation: That honor & include Elders & Veterans in the Nations Healing Process after 9-11
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Live from Lummi Download Program Podcast
Interview with Elder /Airforce Veteran : Jack Cagey, drum song Jack Cagey
00:08:27 1 Sept. 12, 2004
Semiamah Washington State Sacred Ancestoral grounds
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