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A good one, I think, was Black Elk, a wachasha wakon, a holy man of the Oglala Sioux, who was born in 1863.
You all at once forgot the bright wings of the paroquet, and the beautiful form of the oriole; the red-bird, the blue-jay, and the wakon, were alike forgotten, and you gazed upon this sweet musician with delight and admiration.
The beauteous wakon with its sunshine wing BetrayM the op'ning of a murmuring spring;