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Imagine the work to create the elaborate feathers on this dancer at the Ute/Ouray Pow-Wow in Utah, July 2008, by Wilodene
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The intracy and details on this is stunning, more patience than I have.
Good morning all and I hope you have a safe and happy holiday period
10/Apr/09 12:02 AM
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Have a very nice day Joann.
Very interest picture and too much effort have been done to give us such photo.
10/Apr/09 2:30 AM
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And always the beautiful blue...
10/Apr/09 3:03 AM
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Fabulous feather and beadwork.
10/Apr/09 3:06 AM
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Thankyou Wilodene for the puzzle. What a fabulous Regalia. What are those vertical posts around the dance circle, are they totems? Maybe some day I'll get to go to a POWWOW out west.
10/Apr/09 3:55 AM
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Sorry I haven't responded to questions lately; I've been in the hospital for an emergency appendectomy. Finally back home today, but moving as slow as molasses. The vertical posts support the brush arbor that the various tribes and families used to eat, rest, and prepare between dances. I believe More...
10/Apr/09 6:22 AM
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Shar, You can find pow-wows in Toronto and north of us & in New York State, etc (well, a mini-one anyway).
10/Apr/09 11:30 AM
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A Canadian tribe provided the music (drums, chants, etc.) for the pow-wow, so I'm sure Canada has them, too.
10/Apr/09 3:24 PM
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Hi Diane and Wilodene. We do have a local Indian tribe here on Cape Cod that holds a PowWow every July 4th and I've been to one in Canada. Ours has Indians from Canada, the Southwest and SAmerica but I understand that the ones in the Southwest and Western US are the grandest of them all.
11/Apr/09 1:34 AM
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