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Topic - Old Elk
A rhythmic beat, chanting and jingling bells greeted visitors Sunday to the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, where students from the drum-and-dance group from Montana's St. Labre Indian School performed as part of the museum's Winter Storytelling Festival.
"This is what our culture does," said Hunter Old Elk, a 17-year-old member of the Crow tribe. "It really helps to preserve tradition in our own way. My family are all dancers. It's a big thing. For me, I didn't want to be the oddball out."