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By Paul G on October 12, 2011
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Our Pow Wow Calendar includes listing of Native American Pow Wows from across North America.  You can find events close to you by searching the calendar by location or the Regional Search.  If you have any questions or problems using our calendar, please contact us.

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2 Responses to “Pow Wow Calendar”

  1. ina fletcher says:

    always was told, on my father side, that my gr. grandfather was full-blooded native american- Mingo. i lived in northern panhandle of w.va.right on ohio river. spoke recently to the aunt, last living rel. on my dad’s side. she told me yesterday, that my grandfather was full-blooded!!!! my brother has found rel. on both sides of family. so far on my mom’s side, back to the 1500’s and dad’s side to the 1600’s.i’m so excited.alot of things r now making sense from childhood, good things. ex; my love of the drum,nature and mother earth.etc..

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