Emerging from Obscurity: The Ioway Nation in the New Mellennium
March 4, 2008
Lance Foster, a member of the Ioway Nation, is a traditional storyteller, artist, and involved in the preservation of the Ioway language. He has held positions with the National Park Service in New Mexico, Alaska, and Hawaii and is a contributor to The Worlds between Two Rivers: Perspectives on American Indians in Iowa, Native Americans in the 20th Century, and Ancient Muses. Foster earned a Master's degree in anthropology as well as a Master's of Landscape Architecture from Iowa State. He currently lives in Helena, Montana.
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