In Chief Seattle’s Speech, how do the Red Indian people regard the ashes of their ancestors?
As Chief Seattle states it, to the tribal people of America, the ashes of their ancestors are sacred. Their resting place is ‘hallowed ground’ to them and they regularly visit those graves to show their respect. Their religion has been the traditions of their ancestors. The Red Indian people respect the dreams of their forefathers and old people and those are written in their hearts.