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Sioux Indians, North Dakota
Feathers; Embroidery; Flags; Dancers; Postcards;
A group of Sioux Indians gathers for a dance. Many wear feathers in their hair and embroidered sashes. A large American flag flies from a pole.
North Dakota New York World's Fair Concert program
Exhibitions; Bands; Concerts; Dancers; Singers; Singing; Drill teams;
Souvenir program detailing the participants in a North Dakota themed concert held at on North Dakota Day at the World's Fair Assembly Pavilion during the New York World's Fair. Participants include the...
Garrison Diversion Unit ground breaking ceremony program
Ground breaking ceremonies; Programs; Legislators; Clowns; Air shows; Parachuting; Bands; Concerts; Water skiing; Governors; Dancers;
A souvenir program distributed on the occasion of the ground breaking for the Garrison Diversion Unit. The schedule of events for the day included a concert by the Devils Lake Elks Band, aerial acrobatics,...
Drummers and procession at powwow, Elbowoods, N.D.
Drums; Decorations; Dancers;
Men walk with drums and women march at a powwow at Elbowoods, N.D. Decorations are visible hanging from the ceiling.
Sioux Indians dancing, McLaughlin, S.D.
Dancers; Feathers; Headdresses; Automobiles; Fences;
Sioux Indians wearing headdresses and carrying staffs dance in an enclosed area in McLaughlin, S.D. People watch from parked cars beyond the fenced in area.
Sioux dances at Bullhead, S.D.
Flags; Feathers; Tents;
Women wearing traditional Native American clothing stand with their backs to the photographer during an event with Sioux dancing and dancers in Bullhead, S.D.Tents and poles topped with feathers are visible...
Dancers at Northern Pacific Railroad Depot, Mandan, N.D.
Dancers; Headdresses; Feathers; Children; Girls; Railroad stations; Drums;
Men and women in traditional Native American dress dance and play a drum at the Northen Pacific railroad depot in Mandan. A young girl is also dancing in traditional dress while many spectators look on....
Pan ready to blow grass dance whistle
A man named Pan holds out a long grass dance whistle before playing it.
Dancing couples, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Indian reservations; Dance parties; Dancers; Dresses; Suits (Clothing); Decorations;
Many unidentified couples dance together in a large room or hall decorated with streamers. The women wear fancy dresses and the men wear suits.
Frontier scout, volume 1, number 10
Newspapers; Soldiers; Military life; Military training; Ambushes; Buffaloes; Hunting; Forts & fortifications;
A newspaper published by the enlisted men of the 1st U.S. Volunteers at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory. Topics for this issue include news of the North-West Indian Expedition, details of a buffalo hunt, details...
At the Sun Dance, Cannon Ball, N.D.
Sun dance; Tents; Tipis; Horses; Horseback riding; Carts & wagons;
A small group on horseback and in wagons rides down a road toward a stand of tents and tipis for a sun dance.
Sitting Bull's Ghost Dance
Ghost dance; Dance; Dancers; Tipis;
A large group of Indians have gathered for a Ghost Dance. A tall pole with flags or banners is visible in the middle of the photograph, and a tipi is visible on the right.
Sioux Indian women dancing at Wakpala, S.D.
Dancers; Dance; Schools; Garages; Umbrellas;
A group of women in long dresses, and many carrying umbrellas, meet to dance in the streets of Wakpala, S.D. Behind them, a school and a garage advertising Red Crown Gasoline are visible.
Sioux Indian dance, Wakpala S.D.
Dancers; Dance; Post offices; Crowds;
A group of Indians dressed in headdresses and costumes dance in the streets of Wakpala, S.D. A crowd of spectators and the U.S. Post Office is visible in the background.
Yellowstone Park Special at Wakpala, S.D.
Railroads; Railroad cars; Grain elevators; Crowds;
A crowd of tourists from the Yellowstone Park Special stop and watch a group of Indian dancers in Wakpala, S.D. In the distance, a grain elevator marked Liberty Grain Co. is visible.
Sioux Indian Dancers, Fort Yates, N.D.
Two Sioux Indian dancers pose for a photograph outside a tipi. Both wear elaborate costumes and have painted faces.
Ladders; Dance; Dancers;
One person dances around a unidentified object in front of an earthlodge, while another looks on from the earthlodge roof.
One Bull performs Sun Dance rite, Fort Yates, N.D.
Sun dance; Skulls; Rites & ceremonies;
One Bull bends over and looks toward an animal skull on the ground as part of the sun dance rite.
Santee Hall, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Towers; Flagpoles; Grass dance; Men; Wooden buildings;
A round wooden lodge with a cupola and flagpole on top. An unidentified man stands in front of the entrance. Grass is visible in the foreground.
Robert Grass and Two Shields drumming on Dream Dance Drum, Fort Yates, N.D.
Dancers; Rifles; Drums; Feathers; Squashes; Vegetables;
Robert Grass and Two Shields are seated in a building with a dirt floor. Both wear headdresses and bells below their knees. One man holds a rifle, and the other a staff with feathers attached. Several...
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