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Canadian Indian Chief Walking Buffalo visits Cherbourg c1960

Chief Walking Buffalo (fourth from left) with Maori Elder and Decorated Men from Cherbourg

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  1. Norm (Snider) Hegarty Reply
    I asked my older about Indians visiting Cherbourg when i was about 7yrs old, she said it was Chief Sitting Bull. But i always had memories of the Indians galloping bareback on U ncle Mick B ell horse Taffy and all the CAS kids running behind. Thx u very much. Snider

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