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Pioneer Post Jan. 29, 1975

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1975-01-29
Summary:
Indian Hobbyist Association founded in 1965 and they did a traditional Pow Wow at IRSCC, and this annual tradition has been done since the fifties. The Pow Wow are Native Americans ceremonies held which involves feasting, singing, and dancing. And some particular hobbyist groups in Florida saw a need to unite diminishing traditions. This association had about one hundred plus members. And members would pick which tribe they would like to represent. There are many different kind of tribes cultures to show. This brings many people together with their many of their own worked on piece of work like costumes. The article "Indian Occupy IRCC" could be important to a local or national researcher, because it could help out a researcher who is studying or wants information on Indian Hobbyist who was a part of these traditional Pow Wows. There were many different groups that have been organizing all around Florida. Today Pow Wow are held in Fort Pierce, Florida. the association are having 54th annual gathering and still can take apart of the event. This could also help out researchers on what Native Americans do in these ceremonies and give a better understanding. This summary and historical context is created by Martin Tomas as part of Dr. Michelle Carrigan's Fall 2018 AMH2020.
Title: Pioneer Post Jan. 29, 1975.
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Name(s): Indian River State College
Type of Resource: mixed material
Issuance: serial
Date Issued: 1975-01-29
Extent: 11 x 17, Newspaper
Language(s): English
Summary: Indian Hobbyist Association founded in 1965 and they did a traditional Pow Wow at IRSCC, and this annual tradition has been done since the fifties. The Pow Wow are Native Americans ceremonies held which involves feasting, singing, and dancing. And some particular hobbyist groups in Florida saw a need to unite diminishing traditions. This association had about one hundred plus members. And members would pick which tribe they would like to represent. There are many different kind of tribes cultures to show. This brings many people together with their many of their own worked on piece of work like costumes. The article "Indian Occupy IRCC" could be important to a local or national researcher, because it could help out a researcher who is studying or wants information on Indian Hobbyist who was a part of these traditional Pow Wows. There were many different groups that have been organizing all around Florida. Today Pow Wow are held in Fort Pierce, Florida. the association are having 54th annual gathering and still can take apart of the event. This could also help out researchers on what Native Americans do in these ceremonies and give a better understanding. This summary and historical context is created by Martin Tomas as part of Dr. Michelle Carrigan's Fall 2018 AMH2020.
Identifier: irsc_c_pp_0019 (IID)
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/irsc/fd/irsc_c_pp_0019
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Host Institution: IRSC