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Bibliography Powwows Attended during Fieldwork, 1995–2009 Connecticut Schemitzun, hosted by the Mashantucket (Western) Pequot Tribal Nation, Mashantucket Reservation near Ledyard, Connecticut Schemitzun, hosted by the Mashantucket (Western) Pequot Tribal Nation, Hartford, Connecticut Maine Annual Native American Festival, sponsored by the Abbe Museum, College of the Atlantic , and the Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance, Bar Harbor, Maine 44th Annual Sipayik Indian Day Celebration, Passamaquody Pleasant Point Indian Reservation , Perry, Maine Mawiomi of Tribes, Aroostook Band of Micmacs, Caribou, Maine Native American Pow Wow, sponsored by the New Hampshire Intertribal Council, Wells Harbor Community Park, Wells, Maine Massachusetts 6th Annual Honor the Earth Powwow, sponsored in part by the Western Massachusetts Intertribal Spiritual Council, Northampton, Massachusetts Montana 76th Annual Crow Fair Celebration, hosted by the Apsáalooke Nation, Crow Agency, Montana New Jersey Powwow, organized by the New Jersey American Indian Center Organization, Sayerville, New Jersey Return to Beaver Creek Native American Powwow, Matarazzo Farms, Belvidere, New Jersey New York Annual Spring UNITY Pow-Wow, organized by the American Indian Community House Youth Council, American Indian Community House, Manhattan, New York Bibliography 166 49th Annual Shinnecock Labor Day Powwow, hosted by the Shinnecock Indian Nation, Southampton, New York Gateway to the Nations PowWow, presented by the Redhawk Native American Arts Council , Brooklyn, New York Park Slope Native American Dance Festival and Winter Social, sponsored by the Redhawk Native American Arts Council, Brooklyn, New York Thunderbird Grand Midsummer Pow Wow, Queens County Farm Museum, Queens, New York North Dakota 40th Annual United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, North Dakota Washington, DC 1st Pow Wow on the National Mall, organized by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC Films American Indian Dance Theater: Finding the Circle. (1989) 1996. Directed by Merrill Brockway . WNET/Thirteen in association with Tatge/Lasseur Prod. Phoenix, AZ: Canyon Records & Indian Arts. American Indian Dance Theater: Dances for the New Generations. (1993) 1996. Directed by Phil Lucas and Hanay Geiogamah. Produced by Barbara Schwei and Hanay Geiogamah in association with Phil Lucas Prod. Phoenix, AZ: Canyon Records & Indian Arts. Fancy Dance. 1997. Native American Dance Series Vol. 1. Directed by Scott Swearingen. Tulsa, OK: Full Circle Videos. I’d Rather be Powwowing. 1983. Directed by Larry Littlebird. PBS and Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Into the Circle: An Introduction to Native American Powwows and Celebrations. 1992. Directed by Scott Swearingen. Tulsa, OK: Full Circle Communications. Jingle Dress. 2002. Native American Dance Series. Directed by Scott Swearingen. Tulsa, OK: Full Circle Videos. Naamikaaged: Dancer for the People. 1996. Directed by Thomas Vennum Jr. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Folkways. Native American Men’s and Women’s Dance Styles. Vol. 1. 1994. Directed by Scott Swearingen . Tulsa, OK: Full Circle Videos. The 1996 Crow Fair and Powwow. 1996. Directed by Alfred B. Linney. Hardin, MT: Cold Camp Productions. Our Dances. 1997. Directed by Tiana Vermette. Featuring the Penobscot Student Dance Troupe under the direction of Barry Dana. Indian Island, ME: Penobscot Nation. Powwow Highway. 1988. Directed by Jonathan Wacks. Troy, MI: Anchor Bay Entertainment , Inc. The Right to Be. 1995. Directed by Harriett Skye. New York: Filmakers Library. The World of American Indian Dance. 2003. Directed by Randy Martin. Presented by the Oneida Indian Nation. Oneida, NY: Four Directions Entertainment. Bibliography 167 Thunderheart. 1992. Directed by Michael Apted. Burbank, CA: Columbia TriStar Home Video. Traveling the Distance: The Shinnecock 50th Anniversary Pow Wow and Its People. 1997. Directed by Ziggy Attias and Ofer Cohen. East Northport, NY: Ziggy Films. Schemitzun ’94. 1995. Executive producer Wayne Reels. Ledyard, CT: Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. Publications Adams, James Ring. 2012. “‘A Great Charge’: How Native Dance Changed American Ballet .” National Museum of the American Indian (Winter): 14–15, 18–20. Albers, Patricia C., and Beatrice Medicine. 2005. “Some Reflections on Nearly Forty Years on the Northern Plains Powwow Circuit.” In Powwow, edited by Clyde Ellis, Luke Eric Lassiter, and Gary H. Dunham, 26–45. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Aldred, Lisa. 2005. “Dancing with Indians and Wolves: New Agers Tripping through Powwows .” In Powwow, edited by Clyde Ellis, Luke Eric Lassiter, and Gary H. Dunham, 258–274. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Alexie, Sherman. 1992. The Business of Fancydancing. Brooklyn: Hanging Loose Press. ———. 1995. Reservation Blues. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press. ———.1996. Indian Killer. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press. Allen, Paula Gunn. (1986) 1992. The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions. Boston: Beacon Press. ———. 2004. Pocahontas: Medicine Woman, Spy, Entrepreneur, Diplomat. New York: HarperCollins. Ancona, George. 1993. Powwow. San Diego: Harcourt Brace. Anderson...


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  • Indians of North America -- Ethnic identity.
  • Indian dance -- North America.
  • Powwows -- North America.
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