Love this--very true!
These Native American people where photographed in the early 1900s, by William Pennington and Lisle Updike who spent traveling the four corners of Colorado, utah, New Mexico and Arizona in a wagon. These prints were recently rediscovered by the Denver Post librarians. More pictures can be seen here.Â via neatorama.com
Dance and Performance Art, Native American Powwow, 2005, "Powwows are large social gatherings of Native Americans who follow traditional dances started centuries ago by their ancestors, and which continually evolve to include contemporary aspects. During the National Powwow, the audience see dancers in full regalia compete in several dance categories." narrative from website
Native American dancers
Proud Native American Dancer
Native American Powwow Tradition | “I am Niimiipuu, the people also known as Nez Perce,” says Angel McFarland-Sobotta, pictured above. Photo by Ben Marra
White Mountain Red Ware..Arizona
The Pikes Peak region is Ute Country. The Utes passed along the Garden of the Gods in the foothills of Pikes Peak, which they called Tava (Sun Mountain), as they traveled to and from their summer and fall hunting grounds to their winter campgrounds.