A Closer Look at Powwow

The Stanford Powwow may be the sixth largest in the nation and be filled with beautiful regalia and thousands of people, but it is the little intricacies that make it what it is. Step inside the detailed world of the Powwow market vendors.

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1 Comment on A Closer Look at Powwow

  1. Hendri
    February 14, 2016 at 7:26 pm (1 year ago)

    Hi, we’re administrators for a group cllead Preserving Cultural Heritage Around the World, and we’d love to have this added to the group!Dear Smithsonian Institution, The “Preserving Cultural Heritage Around the World” Flickr set asks you to share your images or create new ones that show how people in different countries preserve their cultural traditions, especially minority cultures and ethnic groups.This set will feature photos and videos sent to us in response to the query “Be proud of who you are! How do people in your country celebrate and preserve their cultural traditions?” The Flickr project is part of a special feature on America.gov – Preserving Minority Cultures that shows how America is enhanced by the traditions of its various immigrant and Native American communities. It samples some of the many ways minority cultures are encouraged to thrive.Please add your photographs to our Flickr set and describe in the caption box what your image is about. We’d like to share as many of these images as possible on our blog, our website and our Facebook page. If you’d like us to include your photos among those we share elsewhere, please remove any copyright restrictions and let us know how you’d like to be credited.Thank you in advance.Louise Fenner and Lauren MonsenSenior Writer/EditorsAmerica.gov

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