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Ben Nance is the americanindiansource.com Webmaster and he has help develop the Web site.
He has also done web projects for San Diego Indian Human Resource Center and the American Indian Culture Center Museum.
Along the way he has sung with American Indian northern and southern drum groups.
Upon invitation he participates in singing local Birdsongs with Ron Christman's group.
These past several years he's attended, DQ University-Sycuan, Tribal culture classes.
grew up in the Burbank area.
His family moved there from Oklahoma before he was born.
Father worked for Columbia Studios
While very young he
got involved with Fred Gabourie and a dance group that put on American Indian performances throughout the L. A. area.
often was featured in the Horsetail Dance that was popular in that 1950 era.
son was growing up Ben
introduced him to similar American Indian cultural experiences and together they danced at Pow wows throughout Southern California.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GOURD RATTLE CONSTRUCTION
All Pictures and WebMaster: Ben Nance
Singers: Ernie Walton, Richard Decrane, ...
Singers: Ernie Walton, Richard Decrane, Terry Hinsley, Ben Nance and Roy Cook sent our songs special delivery on the U. S. Mail drum.
Every so often we could feel the Indian Summer cool ocean breezes sliding by to refresh our sizzling hot sounding singers: Alex and Frank Gastelem, Kim Flying Eagle, Ben Nance
, Richard Decrane, Terry Hinsley, Adrian and Adrian Ortiz.
Every so often we could feel the cool ocean breezes sliding by to refresh our singers: Alex and Frank Gastelem, Kim Flying Eagle, Ben Nance
, Ernie Walton, Richard Decrane, Adrian and Adrian Ortiz.
SOARINGEAGLES COME TO DANCE San Diego Indian Ed by Roy Cook
Soaring Eagle singer Ben Nance was able to produce a leather belt to fit her that night.
Tonight theSan Diego Inter-tribal ...
Tonight theSan Diego Inter-tribal singers: Ben Nance, William Buchanan, Eli Serrano and Ienjoyed singing our songs for the benefit of the Soaring Eagles and allattending tonight. (Happy Birthday to Terry H.)