Wandering Bull – December Deals

Wandering Bull is offering our readers a special deal!

Shop The Wandering Bull, LLC this holiday season and get 10% OFF your order when you use the Code PW10 in the checkout.

You will find our exclusive 2016 Calendar which features images of a variety of exquisite Native American craftwork and powwow scenes. 


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2015 December Deals

Starting December 1, 2015 we are going to bring you 12 Days of Deals! Check back each day for great products and great savings that we have found just for you! Be sure to also check our Native Gift Guide and Shop Native! Visit all the deals: Wandering Bull NTVS Kitigan Beyond Buckskin Tanka Bar...

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Spotlight on these Two Kids for Native Heritage Month!

Check out these two outstanding youth were featured on Time For Kids' website this past month for Native Heritage Month! First up is Rito Lopez Jr. (Pima/Apache/Arikara/Hidatsa/Mandan) who won first place in the youth category at the 23rd Annual Heard Museum World Championship Hoop Dance Contest. Here he is in a video from Lizard Light Production. Next up is Niizhoo Sullivan, who we've featured here on PowWows.com as one of the singers in the youth ...

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Preparing an Easy Thanksgiving Dinner !!

Preparing a Thanksgiving dinner can be pretty brutal if you're making everything from scratch, here are a couple short cuts on getting the job done without all the hassle. Lets take a quick look into the preparation that my mom put into making an, "easy" , great tasting Thanksgiving dinner! 1) Getting those potato's ready! Pretty much my mom said, "go shop for whatever you want to eat" .  So because I despise eating mashed potato's from the box I opted for the little ...

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Pow Wow Calendar Update – November 25, 2015

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 45th Annual Poarch Creek Indian Thanksgiving Pow Wow November 26 - November 27 6477 Jack Springs Road, Atmore, AL - 36502 Tustenuggee Festival Pow Wow November 26 - November 28 211 SW Theodore Oconnor Circle, Lake City, FL Cabazon XXXIV Indio Powwow November 27 - November 29 Indio, Indio, CA 32nd Annual Powwow November 28 - November ...

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Pow Wower’s Black Friday Deals

We searched through the hundreds of deals to find the best deals for Pow Wow people.  Hope this will save you some money for next Pow Wow season!   iTunes Gift Cards Buy one get one at 40% off at Best Buy! Download lots of tunes for your Pow Wow road trips like: Midnite Express Wild Band Of Comanches Fawn Wood Northern Cree In store and online! Shop Best Buy...

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Miss Arapaho Tribal Princess!

  Q) Congratulations! You are truly a beauty, inside and out! Please tell us about yourself? What do you want us to know about you? A) Ha-Hou! Thank you! Well Tous! Sanííwoo Hisei Néé'eesíh'inoo! Hello my name is Lizard Woman my English name is Emma Julia Washee and I am the 2015-2016 Arapaho Tribal Princess. I am the daughter of Jason & Tammie GoodBlanket, ...

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Spotlight Shines Down on Dancers at Red Mountain Eagle Pow Wow

The 29th Annual Red Mountain Eagle Pow Wow was held November 7th and 8th at the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community SR Baseball Field in Scottsdale, Arizona. Host drums for the pow wow were Northern Cree from Saddle Lake, Alberta, Canada and Thunder Hill from Weatherford, Oklahoma. During the event there was a special Spotlight Dance held and Eric Neugent of WolvesEye Photography captured some spectacular photos....

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RocK Your Mocs – Native Heritage Month

This past week was #RockYourMocs, Natives from all over Indian Country went to their social medias pages to share their beautiful mocs, lets take a look at who was wearing what on Twitter! #rockyourmocs #rocyourmocs @rockyourmocs @powwows https://twitter.com/IndianCraftShop/status/663782030627377152 https://twitter.com/FNDI303/status/665302146238169088 https://twitter.com/odayminan/status/666024734614753280 https://twitter.com/lisamurkowski/status/665276009495834625 https://twitter.com/sarah_pash/status/665921620532469760 https://twitter.com/TrevSalago/status/663806113775661056 https://twitter.com/NativeCurator/status/664857234640244736 https://twitter.com/yukongov/status/664900630637490176 https://twitter.com/creeation72/status/533697821380050944 https://twitter.com/CreeCulture/status/665950291129450497  

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Osage made Native American XL Cedar Box: Church, Gourd, NAC, Feathers, PowWow – eBay find of the week

Osage made Native American XL Cedar Box: Church, Gourd, NAC, Feathers, PowWow

Up For sale is a extra large custom made Cedar Box. It is made out of Eastern Red Cedar, the wood that smells great!!! This box was made the old fashioned way using glue and box joints (no nails). Its outside measurements are 21 7/16 inches long, 9 1/8 inches wide, and 5 3/8 inches tall. The wood is 1/2 inch thick. The box was sanded ...

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How to Make Porcupine Quill Earrings – Craft Tutorial

Porcupine quills were used by Native people of the Great Lakes area as decorating materials long before the introduction of seed beads by the European traders. This seemed to be true where ever this animal was found in the wooded areas of the northern continent.

Quills were dyed colors with natural dyes, used in their round state, or flattened and used as a platting material. The most renowned decorative use of quills in the Great Lakes area was and continues to be on birch bark baskets.