Indian Summer

Feathers, buckskin and beads—all of these will be on display at Oklahoma City's annual Red Earth Festival, one of North America's largest native cultural events. And it's fitting that the festival is held in Oklahoma, home to one of the largest Native American populations in the U.S. Cherokee, Cheyenne and Choctaw are just some of the 100 or so tribes that gather at State Fair Park for this massive powwow from June 3 to 5.
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Traditional crafts, storytelling and painting are on show, as well as over 1,500 performers in the women's elegant southern buckskin dance and the men's...

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