Jerome Bushyhead

Kahlbau collection

The Kahlbau family met Jerome, Laura and Mary in 1976 in El Reno Oklahoma. Frank Kahlbau and Jerome were on the Pow-Wow circuit together. The Kahlbau's and Jerome's family formed a healthy trading and friendship relationship. Later, Henry, Jerome's father, adopted Frank into the Southern Cheyenne tribe. They named him Wutzva Aimos which means Deer Track. Deer Track went, as a guest of the Southern Cheyenne arrow keeper Red Hat, to the Cheyenne and Arapajo Sun Dance. For many years, the Kahlbaus and Bushyheads remained friends.

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Kristina Kahlbau
808-346-2989 / 505-983-8018 (USA)

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