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    A modern pow-wow is a specific type of event where both Native American and non-Native American people meet to dance, sing, socialize, and honor American Indian culture. There is generally a dancing competition, often with significant prize money awarded. Pow-wows vary in length from one day session of 5 to 6 hours to three days. Major pow-wows or pow-wows called for a special occasion can be up to one week long.The term also has been used to describe any gathering of Native Americans of any tribe, and as such is occasionally heard in older Western movies. The word has also been used to refer to a meeting, especially a meeting of powerful people such as officers in the military. However, such use can also be viewed as disrespectful to Native culture. Crow Cheyenne Sioux high plain tribes prairie tribes Arapaho Pawnee ceremonial dress religion women children warriors chief squaw decorative art beads necklaces breastplates war whistle drum blackhills peace pipe hills hair-fringed shirts bald eagle feathers grizzly bear claws crupper quilled ornaments musical instruments pipes rattle ceremonial shirt buffalo robe dance bull chicken moccasins Lakota shields belts leggings tipi covers dresses elk teeth
    Rob Weaver
    Rob Weaver
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    A2. American GATEWAY TO THE WEST -Colorado - Wyoming - Oregon Trail - Dakota A
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