Ever since the iconic movie, Dances with Wolves, Bebow-Reinhard has been researching native American Indian Cultures. Her grandfather’s great uncle, Henry Bertrand, was in the army from 1862 through 1884 and he said, “We didn’t try hard to catch the Indians. We could see they were good people.” Bebow-Reinhard earned her master’s in 2006 and has a saying: “The one thing historians need more of is time.” She is compiling a master database of all pre-contact copper artifacts found in the Americas, with nearly 66,000 compiled so far, and envisions a series of resource books. She’s an actress and screenwriter in her spare time, and has two grandchildren. Her sons work for Microsoft and her daughter is a tenured professor. She currently holds a full-time job but hopes to retire and travel with her husband and finish other projects by 2019.
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