POWWOW


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POWWOWPower Without Wires
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The powwow is a time to commemorate the Trail of Tears and special ceremonies are held in remembrance of it.
15 MCNAA National Native American Heritage Day Powwow.
30th Annual Great Mohican Powwow Mohican Reservation Campgrounds
6-7: Nipmuc Indian Council of Chaubunagungamaug 34th annual Powwow, Lake Siog Park, Dug Hill Road, Holland; adults $3; elders and children ages 6-12, $1, children under 6 free.
8th Annual Spirit of the Peace Traditional Competition Powwow
At PowWow, our goal is to revolutionize mobile work," said Andrew Cohen, founder and CEO of PowWow.
Powwow Music and the Aboriginal Recording Industry on the Northern Plains (1) s'inscrit dans la lignee de recentes contributions d'ethnomusicologues a l'etude du phenomene de l'enregistrement en studio, a des fins commerciales, de genres musicaux << traditionnels >> par des acteurs locaux.
Barona Band of Mission Indians, a US-based association for the tribe that lives in Southern California, has announced that its 41st Annual Barona Powwow will be held in San Diego from September 2 to 4, 2011.
UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY ABORIGINAL STUDENT GRADUATION BANQUET AND POWWOW
Hartsell spent three hours Friday night helping set up for the powwow, she said, with much more time spent planning and scheduling.
Mia's family might head to a powwow in Indio this weekend.
Although virtually unseen by the general public, these sacred dances have given shape to the western powwow dances of today.