2014 Hunting Moon Contest Results

Men's Woodland Style Special 1st Shane Mitchell Lac du Flambeau, WI 2nd Adam Nordall Fallon, NV 3rd Pete Powless Odanah, WI 4th Vincent Bender Odanah, WI Women's Old Time Scrub Special 1st Angelina Hindsley Wisconsin Dells, WI 2nd Jancita Warrington Mayetta, KS 3rd Tracy Pecore Stevens Point, WI 4th Deborah Plain Ontario, Canada Golden Age Men's Combined 1st Royce Kingbird Red Lake, MN 2nd Ronnie Preston Anadarko, OK 3rd Paul Cloud Baraboo, WI 4th Mike King Oneida, WI 5th Ejay Smith Walker, MN Golden Age Women's Combined 1st Annamae Pushetonequa Montour, IA 2nd Patricia Eagleman Black River Falls, ...

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Slow-Mo Video & More from Stone Mountain Pow Wow!

Over the weekend the 15th Annual Stone Mountain Indian Festival & Pow-Wow was held in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Videographer John Friedman was able to share some highlights of the event via YouTube. I am especially digging the slow motion clip because you can really get a good look at the regalia and see the fancy footwork! Thanks for sharing with us John!

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Bear Claw Casino Pow Wow 2014

Category Name Place     Sr. Mens Traditional Tobias Provost 1     Sr. Mens Traditional Patrick Mcnabb 2     Sr. Mens Traditional Howe Thomson 3     Sr. Mens Traditional Faron Tanner 4     Sr. Mens Traditional Gene Quellete 5     Sr Mens Grass Ron Mcnab 1     Sr Mens Grass Byron Goodwill 2     Sr Mens Grass Kevin Nahnet Powisk 3     Sr Mens Grass Michael Andrew 4     Sr Mens Grass Angus Mcadam 5     Sr Mens Fancy Sim Thunderchild 1     Sr Mens Fancy Rerence Brown 2     Sr Mens Fancy Dennis Taylor 3       Sr Mens Fancy Keth Tanner 4       Sr Womans Traditional Andrea Redman 1     Sr Womans Traditional Lolita Redman Brown 2     Sr Womans Traditional Violet Naytowhow 3       Sr Womans Traditional Edna bad Eagle 4       Sr Womans Traditional Bernice Thompson 5     Sr Womens Jingle Jolene Redman 1     Sr Womens Jingle Melinda Goodwill 2     Sr Womens Jingle Rowena Roberts 3     Sr Womens Jingle Bernantte Badger 4     Sr Womens Jingle Sandra Razor 5     Sr ...

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Must See! Rebel Music: Native America on MTV

Rebel Music: Native America is one of a six-part series of documentary films about youth, music and global social change, focused on youth protest movements in the most challenging and turbulent parts of the world. Rebel Music: Native America just so happens to feature some of the most popular up and coming Native American artists. You don't want to miss this. Rebel Music: Native America features musician/activists: • Frank Waln: a passionate and provocative Sicangu Lakota hip-hop artist who uses his ...


Pow Wow Calendar Update – November 05, 2014

Check the list below for the latest Pow Wows added to our calendar and ones coming up in the next couple of weeks! Plan your Pow Wow trips! Upcoming Pow Wow 16TH ANNUAL Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Inter-Tribal Fall Festival Corn Harvest Powwow & School Day November 14 - November 16 27345 Aquia Path, COURTLAND, VIRGINIA - 23837 4th Annual Ridgecrest Traditional Cherokee Hog Fry and Inter-tribal Pow Wow November 15 - November 16 100 W. California Ave., Ridgecrest, California - 93555 15th Annual Clearfield Veterans ...

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Drum Roll Call – Gathering of Nations 2012 Saturday Morning – Pow Wow Video of the Week

Drum Roll Call – Gathering of Nations 2012 Saturday Morning Drum Roll Call – Gathering of Nations 2012 Saturday morning Roll Call.  Young Spirit, Young Bear, North Bear, The Horses, Black Eag…

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Watch! David Brown Eagle & Klamath Tribes 28th Restoration Powwow

So it's getting a bit chillier here in the North, and I'm not quite ready for winter just yet. However, you and I can relive a little bit of that summertime feeling by watching this great pow wow video out of Oregon from Max Guiley. The 28th Restoration Powwow was held August 22-24 2014 in Chiloquin, OR. In this video Guiley focuses a bit on the pow wow emcee, David Brown Eagle, an enrolled member of the Spokane Tribe on his ...

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Beaded Native American Fan Handle bfh2 – eBay find of the week

Beaded Native American Fan Handle

A very nicely Navajo crafted fan handle measuring 4 inches x 5/8 inch. The colors selected in the cut opaque beads make it sparkle in the light. Shades of the colors including purple, light blue, black, burgandy, red, orange, light orange and yellow complete the geometric design. The 12 rolled fringe are white suede buckskin and measure about 7 3/8 inches in length.

Great to own and use, a wonderful give-away item or ...

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22 Photos from the Auburn Big Time Pow Wow

On October 17 and 18, 2014, Native American dancers, drummers, singers, and more gathered gathered in Northern California to celebrate the Auburn Big Time Pow Wow. In attendance were: Head staff MC – Paul Flores (Yacqui, Apache) Arena Director – Myron Horse (Oglala Lakota) Head Man – Percy Edwards (Colville Confederated Tribes) Head Woman – Rose Abrahamson (Shoshone/Bannock) Head Youth Boy – TaTanka Horse (Lakota/Pit River, Paiute) Head Youth Girl – Wiconi Horse (Lakota/Pit River, Paiute) Head Gourd – Ben ...

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Native American Heritage Month on WORLD Channel

As most of you know November is Native American Heritage Month, and this month there is no shortage of film festivals and television specials that help showcase and celebrate the Native American spirit. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, WORLD Channel will premiere six new films that highlight the achievements, stories, and lives of Native Americans. Thursday, November 6 Navajo veterans of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona, have served as Code Talkers in WWII, Army Rangers in Vietnam, and, most recently, fighting ...

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