39th Annual Tonkawa Tribal Pow wow

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39th Annual Tonkawa Tribal Pow wow

The Tonkawa belong to the Tonkawan linguistic family, that was once composed of a number of small sub-tribes that lived in a region that extended west from south central Texas and western Oklahoma to eastern New Mexico. The Tonkawa had a distinct language, and their name, as that of the leading tribe, was applied to […]

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Bay Mills Honoring Our Veterans Competition Pow Wow

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Bay Mills Honoring Our Veterans Competition Pow Wow

8 adult categories (6 places) – 1st place adult winners move on to the championship round 6 teen (4 places) 6 juniors (4places) Drum competion (5 places) Too many specials to list!!! Pow wow poster is attached. Check it out!!! Source:http://calendar.powwows.com/events/bay-mills-honoring-our-veterans-competition-pow-wow-2/

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4th Annual Richmond Native American Pow-Wow

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4th Annual Richmond Native American Pow-Wow

Contest all Catogories Hand Drum contest, Pow wow Princess Contest. All drums welcome. Source:http://calendar.powwows.com/events/4th-annual-richmond-native-american-pow-wow/

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2013 Northern Ute Celebration Powwow

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2013 Northern Ute Celebration Powwow

Grand Entry Thursday 7:00 pm. Point System in effect Friday 7:00 pm. Grand Entry Fort Duchesne Pow-wow Grounds. Drum Contest Prize Money 1st Place: $10,000.00, 2nd Place: $8,000.00, 3rd Place: $6,000.00, 4th Place: $4,000.00, 5th Place: $2,000.00 Jr. Categories 1st $300.00 2nd $200.00 3rd $100.00 4th $75.00 Teens Categories 1st $400.00 2nd $300.00 3rd $200.00 […]

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Native American Stories – Star and Water Lilies

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The Native American story of the Star and Water Lilies. Learn about the culture, stories, myths and legends of American Indians and their famous chiefs and tribes.

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Andrew Vasquez ~ Apache Tribe

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Andrew Vasquez is a Native American flute player of the Apache tribe.

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Tori Amos ~ Eastern Cherokee

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Tori Amos (born Myra Ellen Amos; August 22, 1963) is an American pianist, singer-songwriter and composer.

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Higher education seminar examines resources, opportunities for Indian students in MT

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By Martin Kidston, of the Missoulian Educators from Indian Country and beyond gathered at the University of Montana this week, launching a two-day seminar focused on the state of Native American education and efforts to drive it forward. From building university-based outreach centers on reservations to exploring the balance of diversity, experts attending the Native

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Native American Stories – The Snow Man

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The Native American story of the Snow Man. Learn about the culture, stories, myths and legends of American Indians and their famous chiefs and tribes.

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Joey Stylez ~ Moosomin First Nation

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Joey Stylez (born Joseph Laplante) is an aboriginal Canadian hip hop artist based in Vancouver.

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Ray St. Germain ~ Métis Tribe

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Ray St. Germain (born in the St. Vital area of Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a musician, author, and radio show host.

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Native American Stories – Silver Brooches

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The Native American story of the Silver Brooches. Learn about the culture, stories, myths and legends of American Indians and their famous chiefs and tribes.

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Chuck Billy ~ Pomo Tribe Chuck Billy (born June 23, 1962) is an…

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Chuck Billy ~ Pomo Tribe

Chuck Billy (born June 23, 1962) is an American vocalist, who is best known as the vocalist for the thrash metal band Testament.

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May 31, Sec. of Ed Arne Duncan to Deliver Commencement Address at College of Menominee

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KESHENA, WISCONSIN US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will deliver the address during the College of the Menominee Nation commencement ceremonies beginning

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Jimmy Carl Black ~ Cheyenne Tribe Jimmy Carl Black (February 1,…

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Jimmy Carl Black ~ Cheyenne Tribe

Jimmy Carl Black (February 1, 1938 – November 1, 2008), born James Carl Inkanish, Jr., was a drummer and vocalist for The Mothers of Invention. Career: 1960s–1990s Born in El Paso, Texas, Black was of Cheyenne heritage. His trademark line was “Hi Boys and Girls, I’m Jimmy Carl Black, and I’m the Indian of the group.” The line can be heard several times on the Mothers of Invention album We’re Only in It for the Money (for example, on the tracks “Are You Hung Up?” and “Concentration Moon”). He has been credited on some Mothers albums as playing “drums, vocals, and poverty”.

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RG Harris Mens Fancy Dance Special

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The family of RG Harris wants to honor him for return to dancing. Its been a while since he last competed. RG has been working at Riverside Indian School as …

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Jim Boyd ~ Colville Tribe Jim Boyd (born 1956) is a…

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Jim Boyd ~ Colville Tribe

Jim Boyd (born 1956) is a singer/songwriter, actor and member of The Jim Boyd Band on the Colville Indian Reservation in Washington. Boyd has performed in several groups, including XIT, Greywolf, and Winterhawk.

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Keith Secola ~ Ojibwa Tribe

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Keith Secola is an award-winning figure in contemporary Native American music.

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Native American Stories – Magic Windpipe Native American Stories…

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Native American Stories – Magic Windpipe

Native American Stories – Magic Windpipe “The Native American Story of the Magic Windpipe The Red Indian Fairy Book by Frances Jenkins Olcott An Arikara Story”

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Jesse Ed Davis ~ Kiowa Tribe Jesse Edwin Davis (September 21,…

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Jesse Ed Davis ~ Kiowa Tribe

Jesse Edwin Davis (September 21, 1944 – June 22, 1988) was an American guitarist. He was well regarded as a session artist. His death in 1988 is attributed to a drug overdose.

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Ben Harper ~ Cherokee descent Benjamin Chase “Ben” Harper (born…

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Ben Harper ~ Cherokee descent

Benjamin Chase “Ben” Harper (born 28 October 1969) is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Harper plays an eclectic mix of blues, folk, soul, reggae and rock music and is known for his guitar-playing skills, vocals, live performances and activism. Harper’s fan base spans several continents.[3] His albums have been commercially successful in North America, Europe and Oceania. Harper is a two-time Grammy Award winner as well, winning awards for Best Pop Instrumental Performance and Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album, in 2005.

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Native American Stories – Enchanted Sugar Maple Native American…

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Native American Stories – Enchanted Sugar Maple

Native American Stories – Enchanted Sugar Maple “The Native American Story of the Enchanted Sugar Maple The Red Indian Fairy Book by Frances Jenkins Olcott A Chippewa Story”

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Spirit Lake Tribe Loses Appeal on UND Fighting Sioux Mascot A…

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Spirit Lake Tribe Loses Appeal on UND Fighting Sioux Mascot

A federal appeals court has upheld a judge’s decision to throw out a lawsuit by Spirit Lake Nation tribal members to save the University of North Dakota’s now-retired Fighting Sioux nickname.

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Native American Stories – The Rolling Rock

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The Native American story of the Rolling Rock. Learn about the culture, stories, myths and legends of American Indians and their famous chiefs and tribes.

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Pot-Farm Raticide May Be Killing Spotted Owls; Hoopa Tribe…

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Pot-Farm Raticide May Be Killing Spotted Owls; Hoopa Tribe Investigates

The spotted owl, already encroached upon by the invasive, usurping barred owl and under siege from continuing loss of its old-growth-forest habitat, may have a new enemy: rat poison on illegal marijuana plantations.

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