DINNER & A MOVIE: WE STILL LIVE HERE
The story begins in 1994 when Jessie Little Doe, an intrepid, thirty-something Wampanoag social worker, began having recurring dreams: familiar-looking people from another time addressing her in an incomprehensible language. Jessie was perplexed and a little annoyed why couldn't they speak English? Later, she realized they were speaking Wampanoag, a language no one had used for more than a century. These events sent her and members of the Aquinnah and Mashpee Wampanaog communities on an odyssey that would uncover hundreds of documents written in their language, lead Jessie to a Masters in Linguistics at MIT, and result in something that had never been done before bringing a language alive again in an American Indian community after many generations with no Native speakers.*
Three Sisters Soup.
- In this soup you have three Items that represent a sister. The squash corn & beans.
Native American Tacos.
-The idea behind the fried bread in Native American tacos is that the natives would use the fried bread as rations, and it is also a symbol of intertribal Indian unity.
Sioux Indian pudding.
-A Native American desert that is over 100 years old.
Haley House Bakery Cafe (View)
12 Dade Street
Roxbury, MA 02119
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|