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A Pow Wow Tree No Longer Grows in Lowell
The historic Pow-Wow Oak, in Lowell, Massachusetts, has...
Desecrated Pow Wow Grounds Healing
The sacred Mount McKay Pow Wow Grounds on Fort William...
Pow Wow Celebrates the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Photos
The campus of the University of California, Davis was...
Living History: Elder, Dancer and Teacher Norman Roach Talks With ICTMN
With a famous shawl dancer mother, Julia Roach, a...
A Pow Wow in Navajo: Photos
With little more than open country intermittently...
Wampanoag Powwow and Nickommo
August 05, 2011
The Algonquian Confederacy of the Quinnipiac Tribal Council (ACQTC) has 2,500 members. Over 1,000 members reside in Quebec and Nova Scotia, Canada...
Jewelry and Regalia Demonstrate the Power of Ornamentation
August 05, 2011
Wearing striking bone breastplates, and with their fringed shawls draped over their arms, jewelry makers and elders Germaine Tremmel and Bird Mountain enter the powwow circle...
The Winnebago Tribe’s 145th Annual Homecoming Celebration
July 28, 2011
The 145th Annual Homecoming Celebration, which runs from July 28 through 31, is celebrated as the oldest continuous memorial pow wow in Indian country...
Mississippi Choctaw Sponsorship of Atlanta Braves Not Paying Off
July 26, 2011
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has spent millions to sponsor the Atlanta Braves since 2008, reported The Clarion-Ledger ...
World Champion Hoop Dancer Tony Duncan Performing in Mesa, Arizona
July 20, 2011
2011 World Champion hoop dancer Tony Duncan, a Mesa resident, will be performing at two libraries today in his town, creating butterflies, eagles and rattlesnakes out of the moving...
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