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Native American Colored Beads Hanging Down

A mixture of photo captures created at the 32nd Annual NAIA Tennessee State Pow Wow and Fall Festival that consist of Men Traditional, Fancy, Grass and Straight Dance and Ladies Traditional, Cloth and Fancy Shawl Dance.

"The annual NAIA Pow Wow and Fall Festival, which always begins on the Third Saturday in October, attracts people from all over the state of Tennessee. Each October the Indians from around the Nation gather to share part of their culture. Not just for the reunion of family and friends, but for tourists who are welcomed to witness the spectacle; to join in the celebration of culture still nurtured by the some 10,000 Indians who call Tennessee home today." - NAIA Site

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Category:Lifestyle and Recreation
Subcategory:Festivals
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Native American Colored Beads Hanging Down