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Father and son resting between dances at the Soboba Powwow BEST viewed at ORIGINAL size plus, Native Amer...

Tiny Dancer #2

(Photograph copyright 2014 by Dan Routh) Guilford Native American Pow Wow. Greensboro, North Carolina.

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In Honor of My Native American Heritage

Louise Smoky, a Kiowa

Louise Smoky, a Kiowa, in a cradle board. Charles H. Stephens collection; Penn Museum image #149915 Find out more at www.penn.museum These images are protected by United States copyright. Please contact the Penn Museum archives for permission to re-distribute these images.

25 Native Inspired Names For Girls

When we are in the midst of naming we often look everywhere for inspiration. From food inspiration to Aunt Gertie's middle name, there is nothing off limits. We look into our roots to see if

Cute Little Indian

Cute Little Indian Native American Gathering of Nations Wowow Albuquerque New Mexico Copyright Notice (C) 2009 Lila & Joe Grossinger Photography All Rights Reserved Have a great day! Photographed with: Nikon D90 Nikkor 18-200mm vr Please do not leave any notes on my images. See my profile

Little Warrior

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American Indian Art | Fine Art America

Shop for american indian art from the world's greatest living artists. All american indian artwork ships within 48 hours and includes a 30-day money-back guarantee. Choose your favorite american indian designs and purchase them as wall art, home decor, phone cases, tote bags, and more!

A Brief History of Babywearing

Come take a look at a brief history of babywearing! It is fascinating. Learn how babies were worn, different baby slings and carriers, and more. From HybbridRastaMama.com #babywearing #babyslings

2007 Powwow

Description: Powwows are large social gatherings of Native Americans who follow traditional dances started centuries ago by their ancestors, and which continually evolve to include contemporary aspects. These events of drum music, dancing, singing, artistry and food, are attended by Natives and non-Natives, all of whom join in the dancing and take advantage of the opportunity to see old friends and teach the traditional ways to a younger generation. During the National Powwow, the audience…

Native American Pride

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