October 8, 2013
YAN tribal member Pauline Jackson cooks fry bread during Native American Week 2013. Jackson says her grandmother taught her to make fry bread close to 50 years ago. “We [make] it for events,” Jackson says. “It has nothing to do with liking it. But everybody asks for it.” VVN/Bill Helm
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North America's non-indigenous people oftentimes romanticize it. Native Americans first ate it because they had little else.