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1. Grass dancer Daniel Francis Dana (Penobscot) at the 2006 Annual Native American Festival, Bar Harbor, Maine. 2. Grand Entry at the 1997 Annual Crow Fair Celebration, Crow Agency, Montana. 3. The drum at the 1995 Schemitzun Feast of Green Corn and Dance, Mashantucket, Connecticut. 4. Intertribal dance at the 2009 Annual United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, North Dakota. 5. Non-Indian spectators at the 1995 Gateway to the Nations PowWow, Brooklyn, New York. 6. The proscenium stage at the 1995 Annual Shinnecock Labor Day Powwow, Southampton, New York. 7. Mexican Aztec dancers from the Americas at the 2005 Gateway to the Nations PowWow, Brooklyn, New York. 8. Male traditional dancer at the 2009 Annual United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, North Dakota. 9. Male traditional dancer at the 1995 Annual Shinnecock Labor Day Powwow, Southampton , New York. 10. Female traditional dancer at the 2009 United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, North Dakota. 11. Playing Indian at Oberlin College in 1915. Anita Tritschler and Stanley A. Corfman, the author’s maternal grandparents, sitting next to the banister—Anita in the top row and Stanley directly below her. (Collection of the author) 12. Chris Butterfly, a non-Indian dancer at the Native American Pow-Wow at Wells Harbor Community Park, Wells, Maine, 2009. 13. Young jingle dress dancers at the 2009 Annual United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, North Dakota. 14. A woman dancing in the fancy shawl style at the 2009 Annual United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, North Dakota. 15. A man dancing in the fancy dance style at the 2009 Annual United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, North Dakota. ...

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ISBN
9780813048642
Related ISBN
9780813049113
MARC Record
OCLC
863157263
Pages
192
Launched on MUSE
2013-12-12
Language
English
Open Access
No
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