To reinforce The Little Bull's commitment to cross-cultural understanding and passion for education, educational programs are offered to schools and organizations to teach others about Native life. Some topics covered are traditional views, customs and techniques, ornament & clothing, trade goods, warfare, diplomacy and political custom, lifestyles and material culture.
Upon request, Ed Bullock and friends also perform authentic Native American dances, in a variety of dance styles including; Northern Plains Traditional, Fancy or Pan Indian, Eastern Woodland, etc. Dance programs can be tailored to a specific function or purpose. Most performances include Native American drumming and singing, explanations of the dances and regalia (dance outfits), cultural references, story telling, and games for children.
For information on having an educational Dance/Lecture for your school or organization call Ed Bullock (207) 363-6724, Paul Bullock (508) 226-6074 or Ken Hamilton (207) 285-7517.
Whirling Thunder (Paul Bullock)
Paul is a native of Wampanoag descent. He began performing at Native American Pow Wows and Festivals at 11 years of age. He and his wife Harriett, have six children who remain active as craftspeople and dancers. In 1969, the family founded the Wandering Bull Trading Post (now the Wandering Bull, Inc.) a supplier of Indian crafts and supplies. Although semi-retired, he still lectures, performs dancing demonstrations and attends Pow Wows in the Northeast frequently acting as Master of Ceremonies. He is currently writing a book which will chronicle the Native American activities in the Massachusetts and Rhode Island area from the 1940's to the present time.
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Ken Hamilton is extremely knowledgeable in the area of Native American cultural studies, focusing on the Eastern Woodland Nations during the 17th & 18th Century. Ken has been speaking and performing at Powwows and schools for many years. He has even appeared in documentaries on cable television's History Channel.
More information about Ken Hamilton
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Eyes That Shine (Ed Bullock)
Ed is a native of Wampanoag descent and son of Whirling Thunder. He has been dancing and performing at Pow Wows and schools since the age of 2. He has organized ten Annual Pow Wows in York Beach, Maine and is owner/operator of the little bull™, also in York Beach. Ed and Paul are currently very active in the community in education through school programs and lectures.
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101 Singers Drum Group
The "101 Singers" are a multicultural group of singers and drummers, who perform a variety of Native American songs from tribal nations such as the; Ojibway, Chippewa, Blackfoot and more.
101 is headed by Lead Singer, Ed Bullock, who has brought the drum group to many New England powwows. To see and hear the "101 Singers", please join us at one of our Upcoming Events.
For a listing of the '101 Singers' events go to our Pow Wow Schedule and look for the events that are in Italics
The "101 Singers" include:
Ed Bullock (Lead Singer) - of Wampanoag decent
Chris Bullock - of Wampanoag decent
Dan Bullock - of Wampanoag decent
Dustin Boston - of Passamaquoddy decent
Bob Durand - of Mohawk decent
Ken Hamilton - of Lakota (Sioux) decent
Dave Hunt - of Micmac decent
Anthony Waite - of Abenaki decent
Liz Charlebois - of Abenaki decent
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