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On The Powwow Highway By Ferdinando Stanley
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Television Series written by the Author of the Novels 'The Powwow Highway', and 'Sweet Medicine'; and made into a feature film by George Harrison, to international critical acclaim.
PowWow Doll Ethnic Studies Pattern By Julia Sherman
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Native American Leather PowWow Doll Instruction book. This book takes the reader through a bit of history, mythology, and then onto creating their own 18 inch all leather Pow Wow doll. Full size... More > patterns, Illustrated step by step insructions.< Less
20th Century PowWow Playland By Mihku Paul
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Historian, visual artist and poet rolled into one, Mihku Paul tells lively stories of Maliseet heroes throughout the millennia; vividly maps a territory encompassing old canoe routes and... More > aunties’ work tables; and sings in every register from the mythic to the modern. This beautiful chapbook lights up the Native presence that has always permeated Maine and the Maritimes. Paul joins the ranks of other important Wabanaki poets--Alice Azure, Carol Bachofner, Joseph Bruchac, Carol Dana, and Cheryl Savageau—dedicated to preserving and updating their literary traditions. - Siobhan Senier, University of New Hampshire< Less
Redbird's Children of Many Colors Powwow 2020 calendar By Corina Roberts Redbird
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Images from the 2019 Children of Many Colors Powwow, spanning and connecting the generations. Proceeds from the sale of this calendar benefit Redbird, a 501(c)(3) Native American and environmental... More > non-profit foundation which hosts the powwow and a number of other events throughout the year. In 2020 we will celebrate our 20th powwow (usually on the third weekend in July, date not yet confirmed). You can find us all over Facebook. We have a Redbird page, a Chilao School page, a Models in the Mountains page, a Forest Recovery Project group, a Highway 2 artists group, and weaving all these threads together, Corina Roberts (Redbird) has a personal page too. Our website is being reconstructed form scratch at www.RedbirdsVision.org. We hope you'll join us December 7, 2019 at the Simi Valley Town Center Mall Community Room (upstairs in the center o the complex behind the giant Christmas tree) from 11 AM to 3:30 PM for our 24th annual Blanket, Toy and School Supplies Drive and Mini-Powwow.< Less
POW-WOWS; LONG LOST FRIEND By John George Hohman
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A real book of Christian magic used many times by horror and history author Manly Wade Wellman in his fiction. This is especially true in the stories of John the Balladeer where the LONG LOST FRIEND... More > comes into play to help thwart supernatural forces. Written by John G Hohman in Germany and first printed in the USA in 1820, this book mainly serves as a supernatural Farmer's Almanac. It carries remedies for sick cattle and shows how to stay safe from witches and robbers. This public domain text edition is published in conjunction with The Voice of the Mountains website at manlywadewellman.com< Less
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Pow-Wows, or Long-Lost Friend: A Collection of Folk Medicinal Cures and Remedies, for Man as Well as Animals (Hardcover) By John George Hohman
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In this book, John George Hohman catalogues a lengthy list of folk and herbal remedies, created to treat all manner of illnesses in humans and pets. In the early 19th century, John George Hohman... More > worked as a book printer while also selling a variety of herbal remedies. Uniting his dual professions by releasing a book about the many remedies he'd encountered and sold, Hohman first released the text in his native German, with an English edition following later. The term 'Pow-Wows' was appended to a later edition, when public interest in Native American medicines surfaced. After its introduction and a variety of testimonials, Pow-Wows proceeds to list more than two-hundred distinct folk remedies. Each entry describes the maladies appropriate for the treatment, before describing how to prepare and administer the remedy. Powdered and fresh plant matter, oils, tinctures, and other items constitute these remedies, which purport to work wonders on ailments both acute and chronic.< Less
Pow-Wows, or Long-Lost Friend: A Collection of Folk Medicinal Cures and Remedies, for Man as Well as Animals By John George Hohman
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In this book, John George Hohman catalogues a lengthy list of folk and herbal remedies, created to treat all manner of illnesses in humans and pets. In the early 19th century, John George Hohman... More > worked as a book printer while also selling a variety of herbal remedies. Uniting his dual professions by releasing a book about the many remedies he'd encountered and sold, Hohman first released the text in his native German, with an English edition following later. The term 'Pow-Wows' was appended to a later edition, when public interest in Native American medicines surfaced. After its introduction and a variety of testimonials, Pow-Wows proceeds to list more than two-hundred distinct folk remedies. Each entry describes the maladies appropriate for the treatment, before describing how to prepare and administer the remedy. Powdered and fresh plant matter, oils, tinctures, and other items constitute these remedies, which purport to work wonders on ailments both acute and chronic.< Less
My Heritage Echota Cherokee By Penny L Coutlee
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Through seventeen years of genealogy and research, I finally can claim my Native Heritage through Cherokee Indian. I am proud of my past and embracing the future.
The Gathering By Tecumapese Morning Star
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Hawk Running Elk is a Navtive American boy living in Denver Colorado with his parents and sister. The family attends a local powwow or gathering. His parents are interested in returning to the... More > reservation and their roots. Hawk and his sister win door prizes at the powwow and his prize is a fancy dance bustle kit. His sister wins a fancy shawl. Hawk wants to make the bustles with Dad's help. Mom helped his sister Fawn make a fancy shawl dance dress. They also learned Indian style dances. They attend a powwow on the Wind River Reservation. Dad is offered a job with the tribe. The family decides to move back to the reservation. Hawk also endures the rite of passage task. They also attend the big powwow back in Denver with a surprise ending.< Less

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