Thomas White Hawk is an accomplished Northern
Traditional powwow dancer following in the footsteps of his grandfather. While
not on the "powwow trail," White Hawk can be found on The Broken Oak
horse ranch, owned by White Hawk, his wife Lisa and his parents.
Together they raise and show Quarter Horses
and Paints throughout much of the Midwest. As a recent graduate of Purdue University,
White Hawk has received a Bachelor of the Arts degree in History with a focus
on Native American studies.
White Hawk's college experience included a
four year presidency of Purdue's Native American Student Association, a two
year vice-presidency and two year treasury experience with the American Indian
Science and Engineering Society, and an inter-collegiate football career as
a wide receiver for the Boilermakers.
White Hawk currently travels and performs
countless cultural presentations as well as musical performances, including
storytelling with his hauntingly beautiful flute arrangements.
White Hawk welcomes commissioned work and
specialty orders. He is truly an artisan able to work with other's visions within
the traditions of his people.
You may contact Thomas at his residence: Thomas
White Hawk, 5601 S. 900 West, West Point, IN 47992 or by calling (765) 572-1253.
Your calls are welcome.