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Debra Winchell, Lonesome Dove
Abenaki, Southern New England Council

Renee Deyette, Rising Sun
Mohawk Nation

WRPI, 91.5 FM
1 WRPI Plaza,
Troy, New York 12180
Phone: 518-276-6248
Fax: 518-276-8227

Thursdays 7 to 8 pm.


WANTED: Copies of Jim Peppers' albums, Pepper's Pow Wow and Comin' and Goin'.

Located in Muhheconnuk, the ancestral homeland of the Mohican people on the eastern bank of the Muhhekonnetuk (Hudson River), near the site of Paanpaack, the Mohican village previous to the present city of Troy, New York, Native Circle is the only radio program in the Capital District dedicated exclusively to presenting the works of Native Americans. It features native music, poetry, prose, history, news, calendar of events, and other items I find that I think will interest the listening public. It is entirely non-profit.

Theme song: Wild Indian Guitar By Bill Miller

Play Lists of each week's programs

Selected Artists of the host and producer

Native Record Labels of featured artists

Native Music Retailers where you may obtain music

Calendar of Events for native events, most within a day's drive

Native or native-related sites to travel to

My family background

Copyright 1996 by Debra Winchell
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