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**Join AIROS/NAPT on the Pow Wow Trail
*5th Annual Native American Music Awards (Nammys)
Listen to Highlights on American Indian Radio
Friday Sept. 13th from 8pm to 10pm Eastern Time
*National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)
Pow-Wow on the National Mall listen live from D.C.
Saturday Sept. 14 1pm-11pm & Sept. 15 1pm-7pm ET



  • Traditional "Honoring Education" Pow Wow University of Wisonsin-Eau Claire, American Indian Studies (AIS). "Numerous activities and programs scheduled during the annual Native American Awareness Week and the traditional "Honoring Education" Powwow, both held during the spring of each year."


  • CAM Special Exhibitions A Window on the Past
    Early Native American Dress from the John Painter
    Collection, October 19, 2002 to March 30, 2003.
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks
    Foundation. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH

  • Native Lifeskills Spring Weekend Workshops March
    Moundville Archaeological Park, Alabama Indian Resource Center
    Tuscaloosa, AL. Moundville is located 13 miles south of Tuscaloosa
    off State Highway 69. Call, 205-371-2234 or 205-371-2572.

  • Denver March Pow-Wow "The Denver March Pow-Wow is held annually Mid to late March at the Denver Coliseum in Denver Colorado." Contact the Pow Wow Committee by or e-mail or by telephone: 303-934-8045.

  • Annual Dance for Mother Earth Pow Wow Held annually in March.
    "Official University of Michigan Website!' Held at the UofM,
    Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, Michigan. The event is hosted by the
    University of Michigan's Native American Student Association,
    U-M Chapter of the American Indian Science & Engineering
    Society, Native American Law Student Association, Native
    American Public Health Association, Native American Business
    Student Association, Native American Programming Task Force,
    and the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs a Division
    of Student Affairs.

  • Fourth Annual Circle of Friends Intertribal Native American Pow-Wow
    March 28-30, 2003, at the Wiley T. Jones Fairgrounds in Forrest City, Arkansas
    "This event is co-hosted by the families of the Circle of Friends Pow-Wow Council, St. Francis County Judge, Carl Cisco, and our friends at the St. Francis County Musuem." Contact Cinda, Frank or Max Brent, phone: 870-295-3675 or send e-mail.


  • Health Promotion Programs, University of Oklahoma
    HPP was established in 1985 to meet the growing needs in
    health promotion and wellness for Native American people.
    Annually, HPP conducts the largest native wellness
    conferences in North America, including the 'Wellness &
    Women' and 'Wellness & Native Men' Conferences."

  • NASA Annual Contest Pow Wow (Held annually in April.)
    San Diego State University Montezuma Hall ~ Directions:
    Take I-8 to College Ave. Take College Ave. south towards SDSU.
    At the first intersection turn right onto Canyon Crest Drive.
    Travel around the campus via Canyon Crest Drive, up the hill
    to a three-way stop and turn right. Parking Structure 4 will
    be on the right side. Cox Arena will be on the south side of
    the parking structure. For more information call: 619-465-1083
    or send e-mail to:

  • Annual Moundville Knap-in and Atlatl Event Held in April
    Ancient Technologies Revealed ~ Moundville Archaeological Park,
    Alabama Indian Resource Center, Tuscaloosa, AL. Moundville is
    located 13 miles south of Tuscaloosa off State Highway 69.
    For more information call, 205-371-2234 or 205-371-2572.

  • Musical Echoes The Landing, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
    "A Native American Flute Gathering and Culture Event"
    Location: 144 Miracle Strip Pkwy, SE
    Phone: 850-243-4405 ~ e-mail

  • Annual International Wildlife Film Festival April - May
    "The mission of the International Wildlife Film Festival is to
    foster knowledge and understanding about wildlife and habitat
    through excellent and honest wildlife films." Missoula, Montana


  • Chi-Tock-Non Kote-U-Pu Spring Celebration May 10-11, 2003
    "Once a year the American Indian Council of Mariposa County (AICMC)
    organizes a traditional Native American celebration. To most people
    this celebration is known as a Pow Wow but, to us it is known as
    Chi-Tock-Non Kote-U-Pu - a drug-free, alcohol-free, smoke-free
    Spring Celebration. Mariposa Fairgrounds Mariposa, California."
    Contact: Phone: 209-966-2432 or FAX: 209-966-6273

  • Annual De Anza Pow Wow Held in May. De Anza College, Cupertino, California.
    For information call; Gerri Parker, American Indian Studies Department
    and Pow Wow Committee Chair, phone: 408-864-5448.

  • Lower Columbia College Annual Pow Wow Held annually in May.
    Event sponsored by the Multicultural Students in Unity,
    Multicultural Services, ASLCC & Intertribal Cultural."
    Longview, Washington

  • Traditional Pow Wow at Evansville Indiana Held in May.
    Circle of the People, P.O. Box 4120 Evansville, IN 47724-0120
    Six miles north of Evansville on U.S.41 at Vanderburgh 4-H fair grounds.
    Contact for Pow Wow Information: Ruby Norris, 812-985-0963
    Contact for Trader Information: Stella Brown 270-988-2650

  • Oweesta First Nations Development Institute's Held in May.
    Annual Oweesta Conference, Renaissance Ilikai Waikiki Hotel,
    Honolulu, Hawaii. Join First Nations Development Institute in Hawaii,
    as we celebrate our Oweesta Conference. Phone: 808-949-3811.

  • AIS Social Activities & Powwows American Indian Society of Washington, DC
    "Annual Powwows: The Society also sponsors pow wows. Our Anniversary Celebration has grown from a picnic for our members to a pow wow that is open to the public. Every year it is held the first weekend in August at the Urbana Fire Hall on Route 355 in Urbana, Maryland. Also each year, we hold a Mother's Day Powwow at 'Indian Pines' on the Saturday immediately preceeding Mother's Day."

  • Annual Dartmouth Pow Wow on the Green (Held Mother's Day Weekend, May)
    "Sponsored by the Native American Alumni Association of Dartmouth"
    [Dartmouth Green, Hanover, NH (Rain Location is Thompson Arena)]

  • Annual Aurora Pow Wow Held in May.
    "The public is invited to join the dancing during
    inter-tribal dances held throughout the Pow Wow."
    Aurora University, Aurora, IL

  • The Annual Stanford Powwow "Mother's Day Weekend at Stanford University's Eucalyptus Grove, across Galvez St. from Stanford Stadium, Stanford, California. Presented by SAIO, 'Stanford American Indian Organization' Powwow Committee."

  • Sequoyah Alumni Annual Banquet "Plan to attend the Sequoyah Alumni Annual golf tournament, business meeting & election of officers & board member, Annual Banquet, and the Dance! Come visit your classmates, friends and teachers and just really enjoy yourself, just visiting everyone!" (Sponsored by the Alumni of the Sequoyah Orphan Training School of Tahlequah, Oklahoma.)


  • Spirit of Peace Indian Museum ~ Summer Events The Dakota Cultural & Educational Center, presents Storytelling (June, July, August).The Annual Traditional Wacipi is held at the Spirit of Peace pow-wow grounds, in July.


  • Window Rock Feast Held in June.
    40 Bands ~ Presented by Rancid Savage Productions
    Window Rock Fair Grounds, Window Rock, Arizona

  • Annual First Peoples' Festival ~ Montreal, Canada Held in June.
    "The First Peoples' Festival takes place in June. This festival, was developed and produced by LAND InSIGHTS, aims to promote and spotlight the many cultures of the First Nations of the three Americas."

  • Annual Return to Pimiteoui Intertribal Pow Wow "This weekend long event, held annually in June, is an educational and cultural experience for all people of all ages interested in Native American culture, arts, crafts, and traditional lifeways skills." Sponsored by the Peoria 1691 Foundation and Peoria Park District, W.H. Sommer Park, Peoria, Illinois

  • Heard Museum Indigenous Film Festival Held in June
    "The Heard Museum Indigenous Film Festival is a celebration
    of the art and cultures of indigenous peoples." Phoenix, Arizona
    Call for Entries "Consideration may be given for works in
    progress upon approval. Submissions must have been completed
    in the year 2000 and later. Entry Deadline: November 30, 2002.
    Selections will be made by a Juried Committee by February 15, 2003.

  • Northern Arapaho Cultural Festival Pow Wow
    **Sand Creek Spiritual Healing Run - June
    "From site of the Sand Creek Massacre to Boulder, CO"
    **Coming Home Pow Wow - June
    "University of Colorado at Boulder Campus Norlin Quad"

  • Eleventh Annual Eskasoni Pow-wow Ko'jua Held annually in June.
    (Traditional Gathering) Re-Patriation of Our Mi'kmaq Song & Dance
    Honouring Our Youth & Elders ~ Sponsored By Eskasoni Chief & Council
    Eskasoni First Nation, Unama'ki, located in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
    For information contact: Joel Denny 902-379-2544 or 379-2580;
    Melinda Young 902-379-2800; or Ernest Johnson 902-379-2591

  • Sheep is Life Celebration Held annually in June.
    "Fiber Arts Workshops, Diné College, Tsaile, Arizona
    on the north-east rim of Canyon De Chelly. For more
    information, send e-mail to Suzanne Jamison."

  • IEN North American Indigenous Mining Summit June 2003 Indigenous Environmental Network. Mole Lake Sokaogon Chippewa Reservation (near Crandon), Wisconsin "IEN did not have a Protecting Mother Conference the summer of 2002. The conferences are now scheduled every two years with the next conference scheduled for June of 2003. This summer, IEN co-sponsores this North American Indigenous Mining Summit as a way to put focus on issue-specific topics. This Summit is not an "introduction to mining issues" and will be inviting representatives of Indigenous communities and tribal leadership that have been fighting mining development. Non-Indigenous support groups, locally, nationally and internationally will be invited."

  • The Annual Red Cloud Indian Art Show "Held annually from the second Sunday in June through the second Sunday in August. All pieces in the annual art show are for sale, providing an excellent market for Native American artists." (Contact Bro. C.M. Simon, S.J., Director of The Heritage Center, P.O. Box 100, Pine Ridge, SD 57770, 605-867-5491. For more information please feel free to e-mail the center.)

  • AIEC Annual Competition Pow Wow Held Father's Day Weekend!
    The 2003 POW-WOW, our 9th Annual Competition Pow-wow will be held Father's Day Weekend June 13,14, & 15, 2003. Edgewater Park, Cleveland, Ohio. Contact Bob Roche, Director, phone: 216-281-8480 or send e-mail to:

  • The Annual Return to Pimiteoui Intertribal Pow Wow Held in June.
    "W.H. Sommer Park, Peoria, Illinois ~ The annual Return to Pimiteoui Intertribal Pow Wow honors the Woodland Indian tribes once inhabiting the Illinois River Valley in the land they called Pimiteoui, and welcomes the return of their descendants and all Native American peoples to this area rich in early French and Indian history."

  • Annual Red Earth Festival Held in June 'Red Earth: A Special Festival' "Oklahoma City's Red Earth Festival is the world's largest visual and performing arts event of its type, attracting thousands of people from all walks of life who appreciate the beauty of Native American cultures and traditions. The Red Earth Festival is held the second weekend each June, at the Myriad Convention Center & Plaza in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma."

  • Indian Summer Day Camp June, July and August
    A weeklong program teaching children (ages 10 through 16).
    Moundville Archaeological Park, Alabama Indian Resource Center
    Tuscaloosa, AL. Moundville is located 13 miles south of Tuscaloosa
    off State Highway 69. Call, 205-371-2234 or 205-371-2572.


  • Annual Great Northern Arts Festival Held in July. "Since 1989, up to 80 visual artists and 40 performers from across the North gather each summer in Inuvik to celebrate the diversity that is Canadas North."

  • Annual Navajo Nation 4th of July Celebration ` PRCA Rodeo & Youth Fair.
    "We have recognize the purpose of this Fourth of July Celebration; which is the freedom to have choices and the ability to come together and celebrate with family and freiends. A salute goes out to all our Veterans and most importantly, our Navajo Code Talkers." Held in beautiful Window Rock, Arizona, the Capitol of the Navajo Nation."

  • Métis Nation of Ontario Annual General Assembly Held in July.
    "The Kenora Métis Community Council is proud to invite you to join us in beautiful Lake of the Woods as we host this year's MNO Annual General Assembly. For more information contact the Kenora Métis Council, phone: 807-468-2034."

  • North American Indigenous Games 2002 Manitoba WIns 2002 Games!
    "The 2002 North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg) Inc would like to thank the thousands of volunteers who gave selflessly of their time and energy to make the games the overwhelming success that they were."

  • Red Lake Independence Day Contest Pow-wow Held in July.
    "Pow-wow ground Red Lake (celebrates the 1889 agreement with
    the U.S. Government acknowledging Red Lake as an independent
    sovereign Tribal Nation)." Red Lake, Minnesota

  • Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians "The Annual Four-Day Choctaw Indian Fair, begins in the early morning of the second Wednesday after the Fourth of July. Now, as in the past, it is the great gathering of the Oklahoma, the people." Neshoba County, Mississippi

  • Onigum Traditional Gathering Held in July. "The Onigum Traditional Gathering is a tribal community event of Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe. Onigum Gathering is one of the smallest "pow-wow's" of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, but it is one of the more initimate and sincere 'pow-wow's' of the reservation. The Onigum Cultural Preservation Committee consists of community members of Onigum. The committee is headed by elders of the community." Leech Lake, Minnesota


  • Annual Sacajawea Festival Held annually in August.
    Always held the first week-end in August at the Sacajawea
    Festival Building in Cloverport. Cloverport, Kentucky

  • Nesika Illahee Pow Wow Held annually the second Week-end of August,
    Friday through Sunday. Confederated Tribes of Siletz, Siletz, Oregon
    For information contact: Craig Whitehead, Pow-Wow Coordinator;
    Phone: 541-444-8230 or E-mail: CRAIGW@CTSI.NSN.US

  • Mihshihkinaahkwa Pow-wow "The mihshihkinaahkwa (Little Turtle) Pow-Wow
    is a traditional pow-wow. The Miami people host this event annually, on the
    weekend following the first full week of August in Columbia City, Indiana.
    [**Note: Please be aware that there are no recognized Tribes in Indiana.]

  • Welcome to the Baltimore Pow-Wow web site! Held in August.
    The Baltimore American Indian Center and the Native American
    Indian Student Association of the Community College Of Baltimore
    County, Catonsville Campus, cordially invites you to visit our
    site and plan to attend the Annual Baltimore Pow-Wow!

  • Red Lake Indian Fair and Traditional Pow-Wow
    "This event is held annually between the second and fourth weekend in August depending on the crops which are exhibited along with handicrafts, and school exhibits. Other highlights include a parade and the selection of royalty comprised of Miss Red Lake Nation Jr., Miss Red Lake Nation and Red Lake Brave, whereby young ladies and boys are selected to represent the Red Lake Nation through out pow-wows as well as other events for one year." Red Lake, Minnesota

  • Bad River Band ~ Annual Traditional Manoomin Pow Wow (Held in August.)
    " The Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa will be holding their Annual Pow Wow in Old
    Odanah located West of the Casino, on the Bad River Reservation, Odanah, Wisconsin. Open Drumming/Singing/Dancing is held at 7:00 p.m. Free Admission. There is Indian Jewerly & Crafts for sale. For more information, contact Chuck Whitebird, phone: 715-682-2126, Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa P.O. Box 8 Odanah, Wisconsin 54861."

  • Crow Fair and Rodeo Held anually in August. 'Rodeo, parades, Indian Dancing, Authentic Costumes, Teepee Capital of the World.' "From every western state and Canada, Indians come to camp along the Little Bighorn River. Spectacular parades each morning; all Indian rodeo, with cowboys from all over the nation; parimutual wagering, wild horse races and dancing. Crow Agency is located 60 miles south of Billings off of I-90, in Long Grass, Montana."

  • 127TH Annual Rosebud Fair & Rodeo August 22-24, 2003
    Held annually on the 4th weekend in August, Rosebud, South Dakota
    "No other event captures the Native American spirit like the pow-wow
    or "wacipi." (pronounced WA CHEE PEE) Dancers in colorful dress
    move gracefully around the ring, a steady drum beat directing their
    movements. Tradition is passed from one generation to the next."
    Rosebud Sioux Tribe ~ Rosebud Sioux Tribe Dept. of Tourism
    Phone: 605-856-2538 ~ FAX: 605-856-4886

  • Schemitzun ~ 500 Tribes. One Pow-Wow. Held in August
    Rodeo ~*~ Arts and Crafts ~*~ Dancing ~*~ Singing
    'Annual Feast of Green Corn and Dance' presented by the
    Mashtantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, in North Stonington, CT.
    Schemitzun draws 3,000 Native dancers and 500 food and craft
    vendors." For more information call, 1-800-224-CORN

  • Chippewas of the Thames Traditional Gathering Held in August.
    "This gathering is held in the tree lined community Chippewa
    Ballpark. We are located 20 minutes southwest of London off
    the #2 Hwy and also between the #401 and #402 Hwys. There
    will be camping available." Muncey, Ontario, Canada
  • Annual Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Pow Wow Held annually in August.
    "In the past 25 years the pow wow has grown into an event that draws visitors
    from across the province and other countries. Our community of Muncey is in a
    beautiful rural setting by a river twenty minutes southwest of London, Ontario.
    Our pow wow is held in our tree lined community park."

  • Traditional Pow Wow ~ Gathering for Peace and Harmony
    Held annually in August. Special Invitation to all
    Veterans, Veterans Groups, and Color Guards. All Drums
    and Dancers welcome. Location: 400 N. Hiawatha Ave.
    Pipestone, Minnesota 56164. For information contact
    Bud or Rona, by phone: 507-825-3734 or send an e-mail.

  • Southern California Indian Center ~ Annual Pow Wow Held annuall in August.
    "The largest Pow Wow and American Indian Arts & Craft Show in California!
    Held at the Orange County Fairgrounds 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, California.
    For more information contact: S.C.I.C., Fountain Valley.

  • Gathering of the Four Winds "This concert presentation is held every year on the third thursday of August and is a Thunderwolf Records production. Ticket information at G&B Select-a-Seat 1-800-325-SEAT. An annual presentation of Native American art, music, comedy, and dance located at the Met theater in Spokane, Washington. This concert presentation is a production of Thunderwolf Records.

  • American Indian Exposition! ~ Annual Presentation, EXPO Caddo County Fairgrounds, Anadarko, Oklahoma "Visit the, Photo Galleries and the Moccasin Telegraph "A communications center intended to provide a place for announcements and communications from and for the Native American community. It will include powwows & other events, projects, issues of interest, and other materials."

  • Andrew J. Blackbird Museum, located in Harbor Springs, Michigan, committed to the preservation of Odawa Indian traditions and culture. Managed by the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians. [Open: Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, weekends through October. Check site for special events!]

  • Annual Gathering of the Sacred Pipes Sundance No Cancellations ... Never!!!
    Held annually in August at the Pipestone Quaries, Pipestone, MN. For further Information, contact the Elaine M. Stately Peacemaker Center, phone: 612-724-3129, FAX: 612-724-8090.
  • AIM ~ Gathering of the Sacred Pipes Sundance "The Elaine M. Stately Peacemaker Center, Pipestone Sundance Committee, the American Indian Movement Grand Governing Council, Three Fires Society, and the Ogitchidaw (Warrior) Society welcome you to join them to bring forth the direction to address these issues affecting our people, at Pipestone Quarries."

  • Mohican ~ Annual Honor Our Veterans Pow-wow (Held annually in August.)
    "The annual Pow-wow, held in early August, draws drummers, dancers, traders and spectators from all over the country. Held at the Pow Wow Grounds, Stockbridge Munsee Many Trails Park and Campground Moh He Con Nuck Road, Bowler, Wisconsin." (The Stockbridge-Munsee now call themselves the 'Mohican Nation, Stockbridge-Munsee Band'.)

  • Annual Makah Days Celebration "This celebration is
    held every year towards the end of August. Come and join
    the festivities!" 'On Washington's Olympic Peninsula'

  • Washington, D.C. to Host UNITY 2004 "News from UNITY: Journalists of Color, Inc. UNITY 2004 will be held August 4-8, 2004 at the new Washington D.C. Convention Center located in the heart of the city's downtown. The Convention Center opens in March 2003."

  • Baha'i Mystic Pass Field "The Mystic Pass Peace Field is a traditional Native American lacrosse field located in Alaska on Denali National Park. On August 9th, 2009 a stone monument will be dedicated here with traditional ceremonies and the playing of an inaugural game. This is being done, not only to please the Creator, but also to commemorate the coming Great Peace about which our ancestors have prophesized." (This is an inter-faith event so all are welcome. E-mail: Mystic Pass)

  • 22st Annual Labor Day Festival Labor Day Week-End 2003
    Special Guest Grammy Nominated artist - Joanne Shenandoah!
    Sponsored by the Iroquois Indian Museum.



  • Cherokee Trail Of Tears Park Intertribal Pow Wow First full week-end of September.
    "This historic park is one of the few documented sites of actual trail and campsites used during the forced removal of the Cherokee people to "Indian Territory". It was used as an encampment in 1838 and 1839. Every year on the first full weekend of September, the Trail Of Tears Commission sponsors an Intertribal Pow Wow at the park, located in Hopkinsville, Kentucky."

  • Treaty 7 Commemoration (1877- 2002) September 16-22, 2002
    "What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a
    buffalo in the winter time. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass
    and loses itself in the sunset." --Chief Crowfoot of the Blackfoot Nation
    Siksika Nation P.O. Box 1100 Siksika, AB, Canada T0J 3W0 ~ 403-258-1775

  • Annual United Tribes International Pow-Wow Held in September.
    Held at United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck, North Dakota.
    United Tribes Technical College, is a nonprofit organization privately
    owned by the recognized Indian Nations of North Dakota.
    Contact United Tribes Technical College, phone: 701-255-3285 (ext.293).

  • Annual Navajo Nation Fair Held annually in September.
    Sovereignty, Faith and Freedom - Rembering Our Hero's"
    Navajo Nation FairGrounds ~ Window Rock, Arizona

  • Annual Indian Summer Festivals, Inc. Held in September.
    *Indian Summer Festival: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Milwaukee's lakefront Henry Maier Festival Park.
    For more information send an e-mail to, the Indian
    Summer Festivals, Inc. office or call (414) 774-7119.

  • Naavaasya at Bear Creek Gallery September 27th & 28th, 2002
    "Bear Creek Gallery will feature contemporary Hopi artist Naavaasya
    on September 27th and 28th. A cultural presentation will take place
    on Friday, 9/27 at 7:00 pm with refreshments being served. For more
    information, contact Bear Creek Gallery, 8659 River Crossing Blvd.
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46240 Phone: 317-580-0882, FAX: 317-580-0307
    or send e-mail to:

  • Indian Country Tourism USA 2002 Conference September 25-28, 2002
    Presented by the Native Tourism Alliance and the Western American
    Indian Chamber, Renaissance Denver Hotel, Denver, Colorado.
    For information call 303-620-9292.

  • National Museum of the American Indian's Inaugural Pow Wow
    September 14 & 15, 2002 On the National Mall Washington D.C.
    "The pow wow's purpose is celebration and education. It will show people
    who live in the Washington D.C. region and visitors to the city that
    Native peoples and cultures are alive, they are vibrant, and they have
    a presence in the Nation's capitol. The pow wow is being organized by
    George Horse Caputre (A' Aaninin Gros Ventre) and will focus on both
    Northern and Southern Plains style dancing, drumming, and singing
    under an expansive tent (rain or shine). Bleachers will be provided
    for more than 1,000 guests. There will be lots of Native vendors
    with food, and crafts. Dancers and drummers at this Inaugural Pow
    Wow will compete for prize money totaling more than $65,000.

  • Miss Indian New Mexico Pageant, New Mexico State Fair September 13 - 15, 2002
    "The Miss Indian New Mexico Pageant is headed by the New Mexico Council for American Indians. The pageant is held annually at the New Mexico State Fair in the Indian Village. Any female ages 18-24, never been married or have/had any dependents, and who are at least 1/4 Degree Indian may be eligible to compete in this pageant. To find out more information, please send e-mail to, or contact: (New Mexico Council for American Indians P.O. Box 788 Albuquerque, NM 87103)"

  • Ocmulgee National Monument ~ Ocmulgee Indian Celebration September 20-22, 2002
    "The Celebration gives the entire Bibb County and the visiting public an opportunity to directly experience the arts/crafts, music, dance, technology, foods, storytelling, technology, and history of Southeastern Native Americans, especially the Muscogee (Creeks) who once inhabited Middle Georgia." Macon, Georgia

  • 26th Annual GNAA Pow Wow September 20-22, 2002
    "Be a part of the most exciting and largest Pow-Wow in
    North Carolina. Preserving, Promoting, and Sharing the
    Native American Culture and Tradition. Native American
    Dancers, Singers, and Artists From Across the State
    and Nation compete for Over $10,000 in prize money."
    Co-Sponsored by Greensboro City Parks and Recreation.
    Greensboro Country Park, Greensboro, North Carolina

  • A Prayer Vigil for the Earth "An Invitation to All"
    Creating a Culture of Peace A Prayer Vigil for the Earth
    Sunrise, September 21-22, 2002, Washington Monument, Washington, DC

  • 14th Annual "Everything Is Sacred" Pow Wow Gathering September 21 - 22, 2002
    Join us US at Borchard Park; 190 N. Reino Road, Thousand Oaks, California
    (corner of Borchard Road and Reino Road) ~*~ Sponsored by CICF, the
    California Indian Council Foundation P.O. Box 3374 Thousand Oaks, CA 91359
    Phone: 805-493-2863 ~ FAX: 805-493-2163 ~ E-mail

  • Spirits Of The Elk Historical Festival September 27 - 29, 2002
    'Honoring Those Who Walked The Trail of Tears In Giles County Tennessee'
    Held in the Elkton City Park, Elkton Tennessee ~ Contact Karen Russell
    (Featuring Tommy Wildcat, Cherokee Flute Artist!)

  • 3rd Annual Permian Basin Inter-Tribal Pow-Wow September 28-29, 2002
    'Renewal of American Indian Heritage in the Trans-Pecos Region'
    "Admission is FREE to the Public! Canned Food Donations: 2 Cans
    Adults 1 Can Children & Elders Food Donations to benefit
    the West Texas Food Bank!, Odessa College Sports Center
    201 W. University Blvd., Odessa, Texas 79761 ~ E-mail"

  • Sequoyah Birthplace Museum ~ Vonore, Tennessee ~ Calendar of Events
    'Annual Cherokee Arts and Crafts Fall Festival' Held annually every September, the first weekend after Labor Day, on the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum grounds. Two days of Indian dances, music, food and beautiful Native American and Appalachian hand-made crafts and products." [Operated by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Tennessee's only Indian-operated historical attraction. E-mail ~ Phone: 423-884-6246]

  • Annual Four Winds Pow-Wow September 14-15, 2002
    Sponsored by the Four Winds Intertribal Society, Inc. Killeen Special Events Center, Killeen, Texas. IH 35 to U.S. Hwy. 190 West (Exit at W.S. Young Drive, at light turn south, go south 1/2 mile.)

  • Annual Indian Summer Festivals, Inc.
    *Indian Summer Festival: September
    *March Pow-Wow: Indian Summer Mid-Winter POW-WOW
    For more information send an e-mail to, the Indian
    Summer Festivals, Inc. office or call (414) 774-7119.

  • Native Arts-Native Ways "In collaboration with the third Annual Ashland Country Fair, Native Arts-Native Ways is held in September outside Ashland, Oregon at Jackson County's Emigrant Lake Park (five miles south of Ashland on Route 66).

  • Midwest SOARRING Annual Harvest Pow Wow Held in September.
    'In Honor of the Ancestors' A Native American Festival. Sponsored by the Midwest Save Our Ancestors Remains & Resources Indigenous Network Group. Held on the grounds of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Mokena, Illinois.

  • Annual Council Tree Pow Wow and Cultural Festival September 20 - 22, 2002 "Western Colorado's premier American Indian dancing and singing competition. The three day event includes a Ute cultural festival and an Indian market with many high quality arts and crafts." (Sponsored by the City of Delta, Northern Ute Tribe, Southern Ute Tribe, & Ute Mountain Ute Tribe) Held at Confluence Park, Delta, CO, in September. Contact: Wilma Erven, phone 1-800-874-1741 or 970-874-1718 or email:

  • NCIDC Annual Northwest Inter-Tribal Gathering & Dinner "The Northern California Indian Development Council (NCIDC) sponsors the Northwest Inter-Tribal Gathering and Dinner which is held each September to honor Elders. This event attracts thousands of people to share in a feast of: salmon baked on sticks, deer and elk (or other options depending on availability), and a potluck dessert. The dinner is provided free to all elders over 55 years of age." Held each September in Eureka, California.

  • American Indian Heritage Weekend Held annually in September!
    "This popular event will feature a camp comprised of lodges and tepees with hobbyists and historians interpreting the Plains Indian's way of life including trade with Indian traders. Fort Scott National Historic Site hosts this annual American Indian Heritage Weekend event in September."

  • Ocmulgee Indian Celebration "This annual September event salutes the heritage of Native American People, especially the Muscogee (Creek) Nation whose ancestors inhabited Middle Georgia before the Trail of Tears. The weekend is filled with crafts demonstrations, music, dancing and story telling. This three day event is the park's most popular event with an average of 10,000 people attending. The Celebration is open to the public.

  • Waywayseecappo First Nation Labour Day Rodeo Waywayseecappo, Manitoba
    Our dual-sanctioned rodeo attracts competitors from across the Prairies.
    Events include bull riding, saddle bronc, calf roping and horse racing.
    Entertainment includes a demolition derby, bingo, baseball, rides and
    games for the children. Located on Highway 45 just 20 miles east of
    Russell and just a few miles from the southwestern corner of Riding
    Mountain National Park." "Origin of Pow Wow"

  • Chickasaw National Holiday & Festival September 28-October 5, 2002
    Questions ? call 1-800-593-3356, Chickasaw Nation Tourism Office Of
    Special Events, located in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. 2002 Chickasaw Annual
    Meeting &amo; Parade applications are now available. The parade will begin
    at 11 a.m. (right after the State of the Nation Address), October 5 in
    Tishomingo. The theme this year is "Honoring Our Children - The Future
    Generation." Deadline is September 9 at 5 p.m. For more information call
    Debbie Jackson at CAIHF 580-421-4587, or Cherry Bennett at Housing
    580-421-8800. Late applications will be placed at the end of the parade.


  • Chickasaw National Holiday & Festival September 28-October 5, 2002
    Questions ? call 1-800-593-3356, Chickasaw Nation Tourism Office
    Of Special Events, located in Tishomingo, Oklahoma.

  • Treaty Day 2002 Schedule "A Commemorative Event" Tuesday, October 1, 2002
    "All Mi'kmaq and their guests are welcomed to take part in Treaty Day ceremonies in Halifax, Nova Scotia on October 1st, 2002. I, as Grand Chief of the Mi'kmaq Nation welcome you to observe this special event to commemorate the unique and special relationship that exists between the Mi'kmaq and Her Majesty." --Pasimay Sillipay Kji-saqmaw wjit Mi'kmaq
  • Mi'kmaq Arts & Crafts Fine Arts and Sales September 30 - October 1, 2002
    Pier 21, Halifax, Nova Scotia "An opportunity to
    prepare for your Christmas shopping under one roof!
    September 30, 10:00-10:00 ~ October 1, 10:00-3:00
    Contact the Mi'kmaq Resource Centre
    Phone: 902-563-1660 E-mail: Patrick Johnson

  • Ziibiwing 3rd Annual Indigenous Peoples Art Market, 2002 October 1213, 2002
    "The Ziibiwing Cultural Society of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of
    Michigan invites you to our Third Annual Indigenous People's Art Market.
    There will be a special free appearance by the Native band Indigenous on
    Saturday, October 12th at 7 p.m. in the Entertainment Hall Soaring Eagle
    Casino and Resort, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan."

  • Third Annual Traditional Native American Indian Feast and Fundraiser
    Saturday, October 12, 2002 "For the Native American Scholarship program,
    sponsored by Reservation Creation Women's Circle Charitable Trust, will
    be held on Saturday, from 6 pm to 9 pm at the San Xavier Plaza, Tucson,
    Arizona. This event is open to the public." Contact: Pam Weikert, 520-682-2740
    Carole J. Garcia, 520-622-4900 ~ Carmen Mattias, 520-295-1350

  • First Annual Harvest Moon Indian Gathering October 19 - 20, 2002
    'Native American Artisans-Traders-Dancers-Drummers-Singers!'
    "An Inter-Tribal Cultural Festival allowing people of all backgrounds
    to gather, to honor, or to learn about Native American Cultures. Many
    Native American Nations will be represented. Chuckey-Doak High School,
    Afton, Tennessee (Greeneville,TN) Football Field, behind the school.
    Call for more information 423-257-2337 between 12:00 and 8:00p.m.
    only or send e-mail to:

  • Annual Red Heart Rendezvous/Pow Wow October 18, 19 & 20, 2002
    Red Heart Intertribal Cultural Center, Inc. Aurora, Missouri
    (Win a horse! The Cultural Center is raffling off a Registered
    Paint Filly, Kings Dandy Surprise. Tickets are only $1,00.
    The raffle will take place at the next festival, Saturday,
    October 19, 2002. You need not be present to win. For more
    information contact Jim Luce, phone: 417-678-4086.)

  • CAM Special Exhibitions A Window on the Past
    Early Native American Dress from the John Painter
    Collection, October 19, 2002 to March 30, 2003.
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks
    Foundation. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH

  • CAM - Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art
    From the Peabody Essex Museum. Special Exhibitions: Cincinnati
    Art Museum Cincinnati, Ohio, October 19, 2002 to January 5, 2003.
    Presented by the Lois and Richard Rosenthal Foundation Educational
    programs presented by Knowledge Works Foundation.

  • Moundville Native American Festival October 2-5, 2002
    "Native American performing artists, craftspeople, and
    musicians will entertain and educate visitors during the
    Moundville Native American Festival, at the UAs Moundville
    Archaeological Park." Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • RTGXI 2002 Returning The Gift XI A Northwest Gathering.
    Native American Writers' Conference, to be held, Wednesday,
    October 9th to Sunday, October 13th, 2002 in Tacoma, Washington.
    "The Returning The Gift Native American Writer's Conference is
    an annual event which has taken place at various locations across
    the United States and Canada. In honor of the first gathering at
    the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma in 1992, all
    subsequent gatherings are called RTG's. The conference in
    Tacoma will be the eleventh such gathering."

  • Tulsa Run Twenty-Five Years Running. October 26, 2002
    "It's our Silver Anniversary, and we've got special commemorative
    events all year to celebrate a quarter-century as Oklahoma's
    greatest race." Contact:

  • Annual NNALEA Training Conference October 22-24, 2002
    And Indian Country "Homeland Security" Summit, Reno, Neveda
    National Native American Law Enforcement Association (NNALEA)

  • Dreamcatcher Aborigianl Youth Conference October 18-20, 2002
    'Celebrating Past, Present and Future Dreams'
    Grant MacEwan College Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    "Designed for youth 13-18 years of age and their adult
    chaperones, the Dreamcatcher Conference is one of the
    largest Aboriginal Youth gathering in Canada."

  • Ossahatchee Indian Festival & Pow Wow October 18, 19, 20, 2002
    Held on the Harris Co Soccer Field GA Hwy 116E, Hamilton, Georgia
    "American Indians from all across the United States and Canada
    will gather in Hamilton, GA, located in the beautiful Pine
    Mountain range of mid-western Georgia, just 25 miles north
    of Columbus, GA. Always held the third weekend in October.
    Sponsored by the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce and the
    Ossahatchee Foundation, Inc., phone 706-628-7653 / e-mail

  • SouthEastern Indian Intertribal Powwow October 25-27, 2002
    Friendly City Park / E.B. Hamilton Complex / Tifton, GA
    For information contact Becky Griggsm Tift
    County Tourism Association, phone:229-386-0216

  • Moundville Native American Festival October 2-5, 2002
    "Native American performing artists, craftspeople, and
    musicians will entertain and educate visitors during
    the Moundville Native American Festival, from 9 a.m.
    to 5 p.m. at the UA's Moundville Archaeological Park."
    Please call 205-371-2572 or 205-371-2234 to register
    your group or for more information." Moundville, AL


  • CAM Special Exhibitions A Window on the Past
    Early Native American Dress from the John Painter
    Collection, October 19, 2002 to March 30, 2003.
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks
    Foundation. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH

  • CAM - Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art
    From the Peabody Essex Museum. Special Exhibitions: Cincinnati
    Art Museum Cincinnati, OH, October 19, 2002 to January 5, 2003.
    Presented by the Lois and Richard Rosenthal Foundation
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks Foundation.

  • Call to Conference: The NCAI 59th Annual Session November 10-15, 2002
    National Congress of American Indians ~ 1301 Connecticut Ave. NW
    Suite 200 ~ Washington D.C. 20036 ~ Phone: 202-466-7767
    "Held in San Diego, California. All meetings and general assemblies
    will be held at the Town & Country Resort, call 800-854-2608 for
    reservations and ask for the NCAI Group Rate. Register on-line today
    on the NCAI web site, for pre-registration rates!"

  • Health Promotion Programs, University of Oklahoma
    HPP was established in 1985 to meet the growing needs in
    health promotion and wellness for Native American people.
    Annually, HPP conducts the largest native wellness
    conferences in North America, including the 'Wellness &
    Women' and 'Wellness & Native Men' Conferences."

  • Native American Heritage Month Calendar of Events ~ University of Michigan
    "Sponsored by the Native American Programing Task Force, the Native American Student Association (NASA), American Indian Science And Engineering Society, and the Native American Law Student Association. All events are free and open to the public." University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
    (Heritage Month Event site may not be updated yet!)

  • Annual 4 Day Thanksgiving Pow Wow ~ Held Thanksgiving Weekend
    'Minneapolis American Indian Center, Minneapolis, MN'
    "Sponsored by; Hennepin County Chemical Health Division, Mental Health Division, Diversity Committee, AFSCME Council 6, MIWRC, St Olaf Church, Grotto Foundation, AIBDC, ECI, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, Prairie Island Dakota, The Circle Newspaper, Minneapolis American Indian Center, MAAJII, Healthy Nations, American Indian Services, Minneapolis Public Schools." Contact: Joe Big Bear phone: 612-669-5742 or 651-462-4983

  • Canadian Aboriginal Festival ~ Toronto Skydome Nov. 29 - Dec. 1, 2002!
    'The Largest Multi-Disciplined Aboriginal Arts Event in North America'
    Events; Pow Wow, Music Awards, Film Festival, Economic Conference,
    Visual Arts, Fashion Show, Lacrosse Competition, Educational Day
    Market, Place, Tradition Teachings, Performing Arts."



  • CAM Special Exhibitions A Window on the Past
    Early Native American Dress from the John Painter
    Collection, October 19, 2002 to March 30, 2003.
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks
    Foundation. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH

  • CAM - Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art From the Peabody
    Essex Museum. Special Exhibitions: Cincinnati Art Museum
    Cincinnati, OH, October 19, 2002 to January 5, 2003.
    Presented by the Lois and Richard Rosenthal Foundation
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks Foundation.

  • The Annual Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market December 7th-8th 2002
    "Native Peoples Magazine and Cowboys & Indians Magazine voted our Indian
    Market among the top 10 best Indian events of its kind in the country."
    To be held at the new Steele Indian School Park on Indian School Road
    and Central Avenue. For more information, contact the museum.

  • News Year's Competition Pow Wow Indian America Dec. 27th - 29th, 2002
    Rillito Raceway Park, River Road & 1st Ave., Tucson, AZ
    $7.00 Admission Per Day ~ Arizona Horse Drawn Stage Coach
    Will Bring You to the Pow-Wow. Everyone Welcome!


  • CAM Special Exhibitions A Window on the Past
    Early Native American Dress from the John Painter
    Collection, October 19, 2002 to March 30, 2003.
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks
    Foundation. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH

  • CAM - Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art From the Peabody
    Essex Museum. Special Exhibitions: Cincinnati Art Museum
    Cincinnati, OH, October 19, 2002 to January 5, 2003.
    Presented by the Lois and Richard Rosenthal Foundation
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks Foundation.

  • 20th Annual Traditional Medicine Colloquium
    January 2-25, 2003 ~ Xipe Totec, Yelapa, Mexico
    Special focus: Women's traditional healing,
    integrative medicine and community change:
    Can the jungle and city be bridged?

  • Annual Western Indian Gaming Conference January 29, 30, & 31, 2002
    "The seventy-six member tribes of the California Nations Indian Gaming
    Association (CNIGA) are proud to announce the seventh annual Western
    Indian Gaming Conference, The Premiere Indian Gaming Show, and the
    WIGC Annual Golf Tournament."

  • Electronic Pow Wow January 2, 2004 - January 11, 2004
    Music Will Always Be In Our Hearts! Tucson, Arizona

  • Veterans Honor Day 12:00 - Dusk ~ Tuesday, January 6, 2004
    Contact: Veteran Honor Day Coordinator: Gordon R. Whitewolf
    (Comanche), Oklahoma Retired SSG 82nd Airborne Division
    Desert Storm (45th Artillery Brigade) P.O. Box 1575
    Anadarko, Oklahoma 73005 -- Email:


  • American Indian Exposition February 2nd, 2003 - February 16th, 2003
    10,000 Years of Culture ~ 150 Tribal Nations ~ 14 Days ~ One Location
    Flamingo Hotel Ballroom, Stone & Drachman, Tucson, Arizona
    Mark your calendars for next year: Feb. 1 - Feb. 15, 2004

  • CAM Special Exhibitions A Window on the Past
    Early Native American Dress from the John Painter
    Collection, October 19, 2002 to March 30, 2003.
    Educational programs presented by KnowledgeWorks
    Foundation. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH


  • Alaska Native Events"This site is set up for the use of all people to advertise their up coming functions. Such as Pow-Wow, Potlatch, Potluck, Gatherings or other events open to the public through-out Alaska. This site is open to all who wish to post to it through the 'Guest Log'. It will be updated twice a week."

  • Great Lakes Intertribal Council "Native Wisconsin Home Page"
    "Welcome to the Native Wisconsin Home Page, your reference to Native American communities and events in Wisconsin. A special welcome to foreign visitors contemplating a visit to Wisconsin. This website is intended to provide information about community events, cultural communication activities, accommodations, and attractions in Indian Country within the Great Lakes Intertribal Council and Heritage Tourism membership."

  • Santa Fe Calendar of Events "Santa Fe is home to some of the most interesting events of their kind. Indian Market is the world's largest showing and sale of Native American arts while Spanish Market is the largest exhibition and sale of Spanish Colonial artwork in the country."

  • June 21 Canada's Aboriginal Day "On 13 June 1996, a proclamation was issued declaring June 21 of every year to be National Aboriginal Day. This website is dedicated to promoting National Aboriginal Day and the events that Canadian communities plan in celebration.

  • Pow Wow'S "wacipi" Rosebud Indian Reservation Wacipi Calendar
    Rosebud Sioux Tribe Tourism Office, Old Bristow Ranch, Mission, SD 57555
    • Lakota Spirituality "This information was developed with the ideas, participation and final review from the Sun Dance leaders of the 13 Sun Dances held on the Rosebud Reservation. Their honesty, sincerity and guidance regarding information that visitors are told certain rules, ethics and behavior is greatly appreciated. The Sun Dance leaders provide the prevailing direction for this tribal program to abide by regarding, protecting and preserving Lakota spirituality."

  • Native Events Calendar Site by Shane Caraveo.
    "We have implemented a login system now that allows
    you to edit or delete any events that you post to the
    events list. This should make using the events list much
    easier on both you and us! Join the Native Events
    Email List and get updated events via email!"

  • Native PeopleS Magazine ~*~ 'Destinations Throughout Indian Country'
    "Native America is rich and vibrant. From powwows to festivals to
    art markets to rodeos, the more than 600 Native communities of North
    America share a common element: hospitality. These sovereign nations
    often welcome visitors during major public events to learn first-hand
    about their cultures."

  • Welcome to, - your guide to America's Last Frontier.
    Featured inside are valuable resources and information
    on Alaska's businesses, Alaska travel information, tour
    operators and guides, Alaska real estate and much more!

  • 'Alaska Native Knowledge Network' sponsored by Alaska Federation of Natives University of Alaska National Science Foundation Annenberg Rural Challenge * Calendar of Events "Up-coming events, meetings, and dates, most in Alaska, pertaining to education."

  • Qimutsik Eco Tours 'Arctic Dog-sledding Adventures' "Qimutsik Eco-Tours invites you to experience a unique adventure, travelling across the Arctic tundra with your own dog team led by experienced Inuit guides..."

  • Native Investment & Trade Association's
    "Provisional Conference Schedule" Vancouver B.C.
    NITA is Canada's premiere Aboriginal Conference
    and Event organizer. As a non-profit, non-political
    association, NITA is dedicated to helping the
    Aboriginal community pursue self-reliance through
    economic development and entrepreneurship.


  • Festive NC 'The North Carolina Festival and Events Headquarters'
    (Courtesy of NC Natural - North Carolina Outdoors, Entertainment, Culture)

  • Shako:wi Cultural Center 'A window to the world which is the Oneida Indian Nation.' "Shako:wi is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. almost every day of the year. It is closed on holidays including American Indian Day (the Friday before Labor Day). Group tours by prearrangement. There is no admission fee. All Iroquois Gift Shop on the premises." Verona, NY

  • Migration Journey "Last summer (2001) the same folks that organized last years sacred journey,
    'A Walk to Remember' are organizing the Migration Project in order to raise awareness of the pollution and contamination of the Great Lakes. The project will entail retracing of the Anishinabe migration route. The journey will begin out east at the mouth of the St. Lawrence Seaway and continue along to the seven stopping places that are spoken about in prophecies (suggested sites: St. Lawrence River, Niagara Falls, Detroit River, Manitoulin Island, Sault Ste. Marie, Duluth and Madeline Island)"
  • 'A Walk to Remember' A Sacred Journey For Lake Superior "The Walk for Seven Generations, called "A Walk to Remember: A Sacred Journey For Lake Superior", was a sacred journey, 1,200 miles around Lake Superior, to bring forth a community vision of protecting the air, land and water for the Seven Generations yet to come."


  • Arrow Educational Products, Inc. "Arrow Educational Products, Inc. manufactures and distributes educational products for home and school use." Pembroke, North Carolina
    • Eastern Woodland Powwow Video (VHS) "The Eastern Woodland Indian Powwow is a video tape (VHS) which shows the cultural heritage of Eastern American Indians. The powwows shown in this video are held in North Carolina and Virginia. This video displays the types of powwows held in these states. The tribes focused on in this video are the: Cherokee, Tuscarora, Chickahominy, Coharie, Haliwa-Saponi, Lumbee, Meherrin, and the Waccamaw-Siouan. This is an educational and cultural presentation of the various aspects of a powwow."

  • KTCA Productions "Twin Cities Public Television Inc."
    • Wacipi - PowWow "Each summer, thousands of Native American peoples across the country celebrate their connections to tradition and spirituality, to the Earth and to one another, in a social, personal and spiritual meeting: the PowWow." (KTCA Productions Video available for purchase.)
    • Dakota Exile "On the day after Christmas 1862, the United States hanged 38 Dakota men in Mankato, Minnesota and drove a people out of the state. The heroic story of their brave struggle to survive is told by the Dakota themselves." (Film Narrated by Robbie Robertson.)

  • In Whose Honor? 'American Indian Mascots In Sports' "In Whose Honor?" has been named a Gold Apple Award Winner by the National Educational Media Network, the leading organization for educational videos. A documentary film by Jay Rosenstein. E-mail:

  • The Native American Relations Video Series ~ by Kifaru Productions "Kifaru Productions is a Malibu, California based independent videoproduction company. In 1990, we set out to make a series of documentaries dealing with contemporary Indigenous issues. It had come to our attention that most movies and television programs about Native Americans focus on history, neglecting the modern day existence of Indian people, leaving the impression that all Indians died in the last century." Text Only Path.

  • Sol Communications video "Vanishing Prayer Vanishing Prayer Audio/Video Links. Views 'Genocide of the Dineh', via RealAudio, by way of several paths. Video and Audio tapes are available from Sol. To order a copy of the tape, contact Steve Sugarman by e-mail.

  • Bear Claw Youth Dance Troupe "A 20-member group of
    dancers from Whitebear First Nations who are available
    to perform at pow wows, special events and functions."

  • Southern Pow Wows "This page was written for all
    students of Southern pow wows, so that we, the makers of
    this page, can share what we've been taught. It has been
    written with Southern pow wows in the area surrounding and
    influenced by the tribes of Oklahoma in mind, and some of
    the information contained in this page may not apply to
    Northern pow wows, but should still be very useful."
    Site by Chris Glazner, Roxanne Solis, and Geoff Weinman

  • Welcome to Pow Wow Dancing Site by Paul Gowder
    "Pow Wows are the Native American people's way of meeting
    together, to join in dancing, singing, visiting, renewing
    old friendships and make new ones. This is a time to renew
    thought of the old ways and to preserve a rich heritage."

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