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Oneidas' history, culture come alive at annual powwow

11:00 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
41st annual Oneida Pow-Wow
41st annual Oneida Pow-Wow: Friday, July 5. The 41st annual Oneida Pow-Wow brought traditional dancers to the Norbert Hill Center in Oneida.
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As the sun fell low in the sky, the eagle staff led the powwow dancers into the grassy arena outside the Norbert Hill Center.

Bells jingled on dresses and a drum beat steadily as dancers entered the arena Friday evening for the grand entry of the 41st annual Oneida Pow-Wow.

Powwows usually take place in the summer and are a competition for dancers, drummers and singers. Men, women and children can participate in a variety of different dances which include the Smoke Dance, men's Fancy and men's and women's Woodland Style. Some families travel the powwow circuit all summer. ...

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