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Treaty of Mississinewa
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Treaty of St. Joseph
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Salmon Stuffed Frybread
Mix together salmon, eggs, salt and pepper to taste, I add crumbs if it is too moist.
Make patties about 1 inch thick and 5inches across.
Fry them in a lightly greased pan. I pile them up on
Poke Salad Omelet
Par boil a handful of tender poke weed green (NOT the stalk or berries). Chop the boiled poke salad.
Fry several slices of bacon, then crumble them.