Duke Addicks' Powerful Storytelling Presentations have fascinated hundreds of audiences of adults and older children.
Bagpipes used by Scottish fur traders and American Indian drums and flutes are often played by Duke as part of his storytelling.
Invite Duke to tell his stories at your group's next meeting, special event, festival, campfire or outing.
Contact him at
Patrick Daddario, Chair, Mdewakanton Indian Community of Mendota, (651) 455-9798 (Eagle and Thunderbird Legends and Lore).
Former 3rd Grade teacher Connie Wittek, IHM-St. Luke's School, (651) 454-8109 (American Indian History Tales).
Jim Wilkie, Co-chair, Alma Coordinating Committee for the Grand Excursion, email@example.com, (608) 685-2586 (all of Dukes stories).
Patrick T. Redig, D.V.M., Ph.D., Director Emeritus, The Raptor Center, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, (612) 624-4469. firstname.lastname@example.org (Eagle and Thunderbird Legends and Lore).
Vivian Neiger, Volunteer Coordinator, The Raptor Center of the University of Minnesota, email@example.com, (612) 624-3928 (Eagle and Thunderbird Legends and Lore).
Reggie McLeod, Editor/Publisher, Big River Magazine, (507) 454-5949 (Mississippi River Ghost Stories).
Peggy Lynch, Executive Director, Friends of the Parks and Trails of St. Paul and Ramsey County (651) 698-8761, firstname.lastname@example.org (Pig's Eye Returns).
Mary Elise Antoine, Board Member, Prairie du Chien, Wis., Historical Society; Co-organizer, Cannons & Redcoats, email@example.com, (608) 326-4410.
Elizabeth Storey, Friends of the Mississippi River, Gorge Stewards Coordinator, (651) 222-2193, firstname.lastname@example.org (eagle stories and information)
Andrea Mueller, (507) 867-9229 AndreaHillTopArts@msn.com (eagle stories and information)
Tim Loose, Refuge Operations Specialist, Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, McGregor, Iowa, District (563) 873-3423, Tim_Loose@fws.gov
More references available upon request.
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