Native American Indian Dancing
@ Northeast Arizona, on White Mountian
My younger sister Alilee (fancy shawl) coordinated a Pow Wow exhibition performance at Albuquerque High School Home of the Bulldogs during the spring assembly in honor of Mr. Lopez who has been teaching for 41 years. She stepped out and spoke up as a young Native American leader and presented some Native American culture in a good way to her peers and educators. I would like to thank our friends who also joined in the effort of recognizing the Native American population. I am very proud of her and her efforts. May efforts to implement cultural competency continue in the public education system. Aho.
Hereford residents recall their interactions with World War II Italian POW artists who beautified a local church with frescoes and gave the town’s young women a variety of keepsakes. This video was produced for our heritage travel app, Texas Time Travel Tours. The mobile app features statewide thematic tours focusing on a variety of time periods and cultures in Texas history. View the mobile tours or download the app at
Italian World War II POWs housed in Umbarger, Texas built a chapel to mark the graves of several POWs who died during imprisonment. 50 years after the war’s end, former Italian POWs returned to Texas to visit the chapel and the people of Umbarger they befriended. This video was produced for our heritage travel app, Texas Time Travel Tours. The mobile app features statewide thematic tours focusing on a variety of time periods and cultures in Texas history. View the mobile tours or download the app at
Uncut time segment with vocals and drum from “Calling Eagle” and others. I hope this unique cultural content can be treasured even with it’s imperfections…
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In case if youre wondering, here is the amazing “Calling Eagle”
Robert Sterchie during World War II in North Africa was walking and an Italian prisoner said to him in perfect English, Hi Lieutenant how are yeah? Robert was perplexed and asked his story.
Annual Veterans Day Powwow, Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of Duck Valley Indian Reservation, Owyhee, Nevada, Mens Traditional Contest Dancing, Crow Hop
1996, old video footage of Stewart Indian School Native American Pow wow drum group singing Happy Birthday To You in Carson City, Nevada USA. Happy Brithday USA happy 4th of July.
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Drum Keeper Jerich Morey
WindyGrass Singers from Aroostook Band of Micmacs , Presque Isle, Maine, USA
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Windygrass singers at tobique pow wow 2009.
Aroostook Band of Micmacs
Located in Presque Isle Maine