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31st Annual Fall Festival and Tennessee State Pow Wow Host Sets Sight on New American Indian Museum
A pow wow in Nashville, Tennessee that draws 18,000 people in three days every October is a bond that keeps Native Americans in this southern state united as they gather to celebra...
Competition Heats Up at 8th Annual Hunting Moon Pow Wow of the Forest County Potawatomi in Wisconsin
When the prize money is more than $90,000, the rush to Potawatomi Bingo Casino, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where the Hunting Moon Pow Wow is going to be held this October 19 to 21, i...
San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians 17th Annual Pow Wow
In the spirit of togetherness and affirmation of Native American culture, the San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians will hold their annual Pow Wow on October 12, 13 and 14 at ...
Celebrate Berkeley's 20th Anniversary Indigenous Peoples Day Pow Wow and Indian Market
On Saturday, October 13, the city of Berkeley, California will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Indigenous Peoples Day, which formally replaced the U.S...
20 Years Later: The Origins of Indigenous Peoples Day in Berkeley
The 20 th anniversary Berkeley Indigenous Peoples Day Powwow and Indian Market will be celebrated on Saturday, October 13, between 10 A.M. and 6 P.M...
17th Annual Chumash Inter-Tribal Pow-Wow
The final day of Santa Barbara County’s biggest and most anticipated Native American cultural event is here...
American Indian Culture to Be Honored at Moundville Native American Festival in Alabama
From a small circle of people selling handicrafts, Alabama’s Moundville Native American Festival , October 10 to 13, has grown to be among the top tourism events in the state and a...
Thousands Gather at 22nd Annual Morongo Thunder and Lightning Powwow to Celebrate Native American Culture
Hundreds of Native American dancers dressed in full regalia of leather, fine beadwork and feathers moved skillfully to form a sea of swirling color, motion and music during dance c...
Timely Appearance of Hawks Brought Comfort at Kaskaskia River Powwow
There was sadness then healing in the inaugural intertribal pow wow organized by Mitzi and Brian Cooper in Shelbyville, Illinois...
United Keetowah Band of Cherokee Indians' Inaugural Pow Wow Celebrates Tribal Culture and Life
In sickness and in health, launching a pow wow is something Carolyn Chumwalooky from the United Keetowah Band of Cherokee Indians has always wanted to do...
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