Bury the Hatchet: Prayer for my P’ah-Be
Text by Brandon Reintjes, Dr.Dustin Tahmahkeravand Emily Mills
Also, available at at the Portland Art Museum and the Missoula Art Museum.
This book (58 pages color) is published in conjunction with the exhibition Bury the Hatchet: Prayer for my P’ah-Be at the Portland Art Museum from Mach 7, 2020 to March 21, 2021. Bury the Hatchet was organized by Missoula Art Museum and curated by John Calsbeek, Associate Curator, and Brandon Reintjes, in 2019. At the Portland Art Museum the exhibition was organized by Kathleen Ash-Milby, Curator of Native American Art. editioned and designed by SmartPress in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
The Bury the Hatchet album and catalog is dedicated to honoring our elders (those with us and those in the spirit world); to Juanita Pahdopony (Comanche), my P’AH-BE’s Jason Cutnose (Kiowa), Shade Large (Comanche), Byron Poafpybitty (Comanche) and Bob Cox; my grandparents Johnny Reid (Kiowa), Peggy Reid (Comanche); mother Anita Hitchcock (Comanche); father Jim Hitchcock (Northern European); my aunt Peggy Reid Walton (Comanche) and cousin Edward Nahquaddy (Comanche). Rest in Peace my family. Ʉra Aho
U Nansuwukai Numi Dawk’ee
Numi Hanitui, Ura
Bless this day
(and) all the people
Thank you for all of our blessings.
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