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Crow Beaded Belt, c.1950, Excellent Condition, Native American

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Crow Beaded Belt, c.1950, Excellent Condition, Native American Crow Beaded Belt, c.1950, Excellent Condition. 51” x 4”. Two small rows of beads missing (see photo with pen for details) Click here to buy ...
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Rosebud Rocks! Jim Robertson sure does! The Singer, Songwriter and Guitarist shows his stunning talent in the band Secondhand Socialites.  As the bassist and backing vocalist for Lost In Irrelevance, Jim Robertson rocks as part of a melodic death metal band.  Two bands, one man, who shares his perspective with us at Powwows.com! Q) Great ...
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The 2015 Marysville Pow Wow took place Saturday February 21st at the Allyn Scott Youth and Community Center in Marysville, California. ​M.C.: Val Shadowhawk Arena Director: Eugene Newman Host Northern Drum: Wild Bear Host Southern Drum: Aaron Bear & Company Head Youth Male: Elias Avelar Head Youth Female: Winter Lymon Check out some lovely pics ...
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Ever seen a Pow Wow in 360 degree photo?
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Throughout the weekend, we’ll be using a new camera to bring you interactive 360° photos from the 2014 Manito Ahbee. The photos are taken using the Ricoh Theta camera. Keep checking back for more photos.   Manito Ahbee – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA Manito Ahbee – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA ...
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Watch World Champion Fancy Dancer Larry Yazzie at Black Hawk Pow Wow

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The Black Hawk State Historic Site in Rock Island, Illinois held its 74th annual Labor Day Pow Wow. The organizers brought in special guests Larry Yazzie (two time World Champion Fancy Dancer) and the Native Pride dancers. YouTube user Carie Scott caught all the action. It looks like the Native Pride dancers aren’t slowing down ...
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On this episode of Making Regalia with Juaquin Lonelodge, he has special guest Terra Houska. Terra introduces viewers to the fundamentals of straight dress making. The follow-up episode will show Juaquin and Terra constructing all the pieces in sequence. Stay tuned for that one! Making Regalia – Show 5 of Season 2 – Straight Dress ...
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St’át’imc Grizzly Bear Dancer Shares Her Story
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You may have already seen the videos shared online on various YouTube and Facebook pages. A grizzly bear dancer dancing at the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Pow Wow. Or perhaps it was the Kamloopa Pow Wow. Either way the dance was absolutely mesmerizing. I don’t know about you, but I had never seen ...
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Designer Thought No One Would Notice This Ripoff. Wrong!

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Wow, folks are getting bold these days. As reported by Beyond Buckskin and Native Appropriations, KTZ Official launched a new collection for New York Fashion Week. The collection was “inspired” by Native Americans, but I think inspiration went a little too far and the designer basically lifted exact designs without knowing the true meaning behind ...
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Protect the Sacred – Native Activism through Art

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Over the weekend a couple of the artists involved with the Honor the Treaties collective, Jaque Fragua and Cheyenne Randall, completed a beautiful mural in Art Alley – Rapid City, South Dakota. The mural reads “Protect the Sacred: Honor our women, our children, our culture.” The piece coincided with The Unity Concert which was held ...
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Matrilineal Societies – Women with Power and Respect

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        A lot of Native American tribes were matrilineal instead of the typical patrilineal societies you see from Europe. This meant that you were descended from your mother’s clan, not your father’s. It was also meant the women were involved in the decision-making process for the greater good of the tribe. Some ...
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Awesome Aerial Video! Plus 19 Photos from Carter Pow Wow

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I love when artists get their hands on technology. I’ve noticed more and more photographers are using drones or quadcopters to take photos at pow wows and I’d love to see the trend keep going! A recent video by native photographer Jeffrey Keeble (Forest County Potawatomi and Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux) of One36 Photo/Design uses some ...
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Did you see our Native American Mother's Day Gift Guide?

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Motherhood, one of the toughest, most important jobs out there. Long hours, no pay, and no vacation but I know moms wouldn’t trade it for the world! That’s why we owe it to all the mother’s out there to show our appreciation for their unconditional love and support. Here are some gift ideas to honor ...
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PowWows.com is an online resource for Native Americans to stay in touch with each other and their roots, and for anyone to learn about Native American culture. Pow Wows are gatherings that bring together descendants of Native American Indians who have scattered all over North America, with extant Native American tribes, in celebrations that feature Native American music, dancing, and ancient, meaningful rituals. Those who are not descended from Native Americans are more than welcome to attend and watch, and even participate, given that they respect and follow the established rules and traditions of the Pow Wow. Visit PowWows.com to explore the many aspects of Native American culture, from Native American history to Native American art and music. Young Native American descendants, whether tribe members or not, can access information about available educational opportunities, including Native American scholarships to colleges and universities. Thank you for visiting PowWows.com!