Dale Carson
3/16/11
Dale Carson As an early-bird craft vendor, I arrive at pow wows extra early to taste the assortment of foods like fresh-squeezed lemonade, kettle corn, burgers (buffalo, venison an...
Autumn Whitefield-Madrano
3/26/11
Jingle dance, grass dance, buckskin. Fancy dance, traditional, duck-and-dive. Pow wows serve up a panoply of dances—but they are only part of the full story of native dance...
Maria Candale
3/18/11
Forty-three-year-old Lawrence Baker, a widely respected master of ceremonies, said that his role at the mike of the big pow wows is to acknowledge both the similarities and the dif...
Donna Laurent Caruso
3/21/11
The Wandering Bull , which sells craft materials and regalia (with an emphasis on Eastern Woodlands regalia), started with a card table set up at pow wows in 1969...
Autumn Whitefield-Madrano
3/20/11
Given its legacy of color, vivacity and even rebellion, the name of the dance is ironically plain: fancy shawl...
Carol Berry
3/19/11
It’s the nature of every high-stakes athletic competition...
ICTMN Staff
3/24/11
One of the largest pow wows in the world, the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, New Mexico, draws over 100,000 visitors a year...
ICTMN Staff
3/7/11
Pow wow competitions, especially at the big events, draw a lot of revenue to their respective locations as well as cash prizes to the competitors who make it into the top five...
Vincent Schilling
3/3/11
ICTMN Recommends: Randy Wood, The Gift of Life: Round Dances and Songs of the Native Road Canyon Records From the Saddle Lake Cree First Nation in Alberta, Canada, Randy Wood is a ...
ICTMN Staff
3/3/11
The Native American Student Council at Utah State University hosted this Iron Men's Grass Dance Special on February 25th and 26th at the Nelson Field House on the Logan campus...

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