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Fundamental Steps
List of Dances
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Songs According to Tribes

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STEP DRAG-CLOSE                 

BACK TROT                     

TOE FLAT                    

FLAT HEEL              

THREE-POINT DROP 

SNEAK STEP (a)                

SNEAK STEP (b)                  

ROCK AND HOP (a)                 

ROCK AND HOP (b)               

SIOUX HOP-STEP          

HIGH HOP-POINT         

SCARE STEP           

WOMEN'S STEP       

A TYPICAL NAVAHO

HAND FRAME FOR DOLL DANCE

ZIGZAG ARROW       

BASKET DANCE (a)               

BASKET DANCE (b)        

COMANCHE DANCE

JOY DANCE              

DEER DANCE      

BUFFALO DANCE     

BOW AND ARROW DANCE

A TYPICAL CHORUS

DEER DANCER

EAGLE DANCE (a)       

EAGLE DANCE (b)    

HOOP DANCER AT STANDING ROCK

HOOP DANCE (a)       

HOOP DANCE (g)   

HOOP DANCE (h)  

HOOP DANCE (j) 

HOOP DANCE (n)

HOOP DANCE (p)

HOOP DACE (q)

BOW AND ARROW DANCE (e, etc.)

BUFFALO DANCERS

ZUNI MASK AND MOCCASIN

MUDHEAD AT ZUNI

CALLOUS LEGS, MATO-SKA, FRANK ZAHN, AND GRAY WHIRLWIND

MATO-SKA AND GRAY WHIRLWIND TALKING SIGN LANGUAGE

TOM FROSTED: THE CHIEF

CATCH-THE-BEAR, J M BUTTREE, AND GRAY WHIRLWIND

CALLOUS LEGS    

READY FOR THE DANCE

OUR SIOUX FRIENDS

SIGN TALK   

DESERT WIND I

DESERT WIND II

DESERT WIND III

DESERT WIND IV

DESERT WIND V

WARRIOR MAIDEN--THE PRAYER

WARRIOR MAIDEN--RESIGNED

WARRIOR MAIDEN--THE SURROUND

WARRIOR MAIDEN--THE SNEAK-UP

HEADDRESSES AND WANDS FOR DEVIL DANCE

MOON DANCE (1)

MOON DANCE (2) 

MOON DANCE (3) 

MOON DANCE (4)   

MOON DANCE (5)

MOON DANCE (6)

MOON DANCE (7)

PLAN OF THE SUN DANCE

PRAYER PLUME

A KOSHARE AT ZIA

CORN DANCE I

CORN DANCE II

CORN DANCE III

CORN DANCE IV (a)

CORN DANCE IV (b) 

CORN DANCE V

THE RHYTHM OF THE EARTH

TEPEES AT CHEYENNE

BEAR-SAVE-LIFE AT CHEYENNE

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

INDIAN ANIMALS

INDIAN BIRDS

PATTERN OF TWELVE-FOOT TEPEE

TEPEE COVER COMPLETE

TEPEES SIOUX AND CHIPEWYAN

PAINTED TEPEES

THE WARBONNET

MAKING OF AN OJIBWAY MOCCASIN

MAKING OF A SIOUX MOCCASIN

MOCCASINS MADE OF SNEAKS  

VARIOUS BREECH CLOUTS

WOODCRAFT BUTTONS

A BUFFALO SKULL

DRUMS AND SHIELDS

CANOE DECORATIONS

PAINTED PADDLES

PEACE PIPES

Rhythm of the Redman

 

 

   

 

 


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