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Lets talk a little about Pow Wow Etiquette when visiting a Pow Wow.
You will see benches in or just outside the dance arena. These benches are reserved for the dancers. When a dancer has reserve a space on the bench they place a blanket in that space before the dance begins. The Master of Ceremonies will announce who is to dance. Always show respect to the flag and honor songs (24 comments)
A little on Pow Wow History The word Pow Wow itself is from the Native American word that has been Anglicized for many year's. Derived from the term Pau-Wau or Pauau, which referred to a gathering of Medicine Men and Spiritual Leaders. Pau-Wauing referred to a religious ceremony. It has been stated that the original Pow Wow dances were held by elite Warrior Societies. Some of these Warrior Societies are the Dog Soldiers Societies, Red Feather Societies, Hethuska Societies these Dog Soldier societies evolve around Warriors and what they have done in battle. Eagle feathers worn (17 comments)
When you are thinking of Visiting a Pow Wow you may have some questions. I have heard some very wild ideas from folks on Pow Wow's and what they are. So here are some answers to some of the questions that you may be thinking about. Are Pow Wow's open to the publie ? Yes they are. Are they scary to small children ? Not at all Is there violence ? None Is there sacrifices ? None I there drunken folks whooping it up ? Not at all Many communitys are getting involved by hosting (4 comments)
When Visiting a Pow Wow! Put aside all those Hollywood images of what Indians look like. Native Americas like every one come in all shapes, sizes and colors.
There are those that have green-eyes and are redhead's, milky skinned with blue-eye's and blond hair to the dark brown. They are all Native in their heritage, blood and heart's. Some are tall and stately, short and stocky. Some have long, angular faces, round faces, (6 comments)
Fun in New Hampshshire Visiting MT. Kearsarge Indian Museum on Pow Wow Day's in Warner P-3 (Baker Home Inspection and Consulting)
Takeing Photo's at Pow Wow's!
This is something I can not say enough about taking Pictures at a Pow Wow. Do not take photo's at random. Either still photo's or video. At some larger Pow Wow's it's required that you register your camera, and they will put a number on it. The announcer will tell the audience when pictures are permitted. Always pay attention. If you should see a particular dance you would (8 comments)
Fun in New Hampshire Visiting MT. Kearsarge Indian Museum on Pow Wow Day's P-2 (Baker Home Inspection and Consulting)
Some more about Pow Wow Etiquette when visiting a Pow Wow!
The Dane Circle, This are is always blessed before the dance and must remain pure throughout the Ceremony. There is one entrance to the dance circle, this entrance will be facing East. Never enter the circle unless you have been invited. This invisible boundary should not be broken at anytime by anyone.
Whether if you live in New Hampshire or coming to spend time with family, friends or just coming to see this fine State. You should plan to take time to visit the MT. Kearsarge Indian Museum. You'll get to experience thousands of years of creativity representing Native American tribes from all across the U.S. You and the family can discover a harmonious relationship with Mother Earth central to Native American beliefs expressed through art. Everyone that visits can reconnect with Mother Earth and her children in the Medicine Woods Trail, you will find it to be (23 comments)
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