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American Indian dance and regalia add to the festive environment of the annual Magnolia Festival in downtown Durant.
American Indian dance demonstrations are part of the festivities at the annual Magnolia Festival in downtown Durant, which draws approximately 20,000 visitors each year.
American Indian dance is part of the festivities at the annual Magnolia Festival in downtown Duncan.  Here, a jingle dress dancer captures the attention of the crowd.
A member of the Anoli Dance Troupe performs at the Magnolia Festival in Durant.
Sequoyah's Cabin near Sallisaw is a historic landmark where the inventor of the Cherokee syllabary once lived.
Teepees lined up at an Oklahoma powwow.
American Indian dancing and culture can be experienced at powwows across Oklahoma.
The Red Earth Parade twists through Oklahoma City as it opens the Red Earth Festival each year.
The Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City involves regalia, pageantry and native dances.
An adorable young participant at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
Fancy dancing at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
A young American Indian dancer at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
Standing Bear Park features a monumental statue of the American Indian leader for which the park is named.
The Standing Bear Museum in Ponca City houses artifacts and artwork from the tribes of the area.
American Indian dancers at the Powwow of Champions in Tulsa.
With teepees and covered wagons, The Museum of the Great Plains in Lawton is a great place to dig deeper into the history of the plains.
Visitors can view many different forms of American Indian dance at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
The Standing Bear Powwow features inter-tribal dancing and is held at Standing Bear Park in Ponca City.
Cheyenne girl. Courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
An 1899 photo by John V. Dedrick of Minnie Chips, known as "The Cheyenne Indian Girl." Minnie was part of the Red Moon band. Photo taken in 1899 Taloga, Oklahoma Territory. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
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