Sign talker Ron Garritson, a fourth generation native of Billings, Mont., is the featured speaker. A Metis of Cree, Cherokee and European heritage, he was adopted by families of the Crow and Gros Ventre Nations and grew up on and around the Crow Indian Reservation. For the past 30 years, Garritson has been on a personal mission to preserve, restore and maintain the Plains Indian Sign Language. More about him you will read pretty soon on our website and now just enjoy his video.
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  Indian sign language: lesson how to speak without words plus video with Indian fairy tail on sign language
Sign language
Sign talker Ron Garritson, a fourth generation native of Billings, Mont., is the featured speaker. A Metis of Cree, Cherokee and European heritage, he was adopted by families of the Crow and Gros Ventre Nations and grew up on and around the Crow Indian Reservation. For the past 30 years, Garritson has been on a personal mission to preserve, restore and maintain the Plains Indian Sign Language. More about him you will read pretty soon on our website and now just enjoy his video.
Johnson’s Billings News
Sign Language
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They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
  Indian sign language: lesson how to speak without words plus video with Indian fairy tail on sign language