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A photo essay on the pan-Indian celebration called a powwow, this particular one being held on the Crow Reservation in Montana
From the Publisher
This beautiful photo-essay captures the essence of the Native American powwow. The unity of the many tribes engaged in the ceremony, the sense of family, and the cherishing of actively participating children are all themes young people will appreciate. A lively, positive portrayal of contemporary Native Americans." - Kirkus Reviews ...
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Award-winning photographer George Ancona traveled to Montana to attend Crow Fair, the largest pow wow held in the United States. Through beautiful full-color photographs, he offers an exceptional look at this unique celebration of Native American pride.