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The pageantry of the Standing Bear Powwow makes it a powerful experience for those who attend the annual event in Ponca City each September.
The Marland Mansion in Ponca City, once the home of oil baron E.W. Marland, is known as the "Palace on the Prairie."  Guests are invited to take a guided tour and learn the secrets of Marland family life in the palatial home.
A magnificent sunrise reflects golden hues on Lake Ponca in Ponca City.
Standing Bear Powwow invites visitors to enjoy the festivities along with participants from six area tribes as they celebrate their heritage.
Kaw Lake offers endless possibilities for water recreation.
Kaw Lake is a haven for boaters in the summer.
There's no shortage of menu options and famous barbecue sauce at Danny's BBQ Head Quarters in Ponca City.
Take a seat in the Poncan Theatre's upper balcony and try to catch a glimpse of the mysterious woman in white, the ghost of a woman that reportedly suffered an unfortunate death while in the theater.
Traditional American Indian regalia is worn by dancers at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
The monumental 22-ft bronze statue of Chief Standing Bear is the centerpiece of Standing Bear Park, where visitors can walk along a path with audio stations and interpretive signage about area tribes and the contributions made by the Poncan chief.
The historic Poncan Theatre stands as a monument to the days of Vaudeville and movie palaces. The architectural elements, including an ornate interior, elaborate ceilings and stained glass, have been lovingly restored.
A 22-ft bronze statue at the Standing Bear Park, Museum & Education Center depicts Chief Standing Bear, who was instrumental in achieving civil rights for American Indians.
The museum at Standing Bear Park, Museum and Education Center features content from the six tribes of the local area.
American Indian art and artifacts are exhibited at the Standing Bear Park, Museum and Education Center in Ponca City.
The Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City is a chance for tribal members to reconnect and celebrate shared traditions.  The public is also welcome to enjoy the festivities.
A youngster participates in the dancing at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
Ponca City Hall combines history, charm and modernity.  Built in 1917 in the Spanish Colonial style, this facility was designed by the same architects as the State Capitol building.  It was fully renovated in 2003.
The Pioneer Woman Statue and Museum in Ponca City honor Oklahoma women who braved the hardships and settled the land as well as those who have pioneered in fields as diverse as civil rights activism and space travel.
Even the youngest participants get in on the dancing and fellowship at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
The Standing Bear Powwow held in Ponca City each year draws crowds from around the region to celebrate native traditions and a proud heritage.
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