Explains the symbolism and traditions of the sacred ceremonial pipe in the religion of the North American Plains Indian. Depicts the White Buffalo Maiden bringing the sacred pipe to the altar where the buffalo skull represents Wah-kon-tah, the source of food, clothing, shelter, and protection from evil. Shows specimen pipes from the collection in the University of Oklahoma Museum. Buy this film on DVD.

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