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"Native Peoples: Arts and Lifeways", Vol. 17 No. 5; July/August 2004
Join us as we dance into the powwow arena for a look at this increasingly popular blend of sacred ritual and entertainment.
History, music and dance styles, etiquette and more. By Patty
Talahongva (Hopi). Photos by Louis Baca (Santa Clara Pueblo/Tewa) and
Sylvia Montana (Apache/Kickapoo/Mexican).
Details on the top 16 powwows in North America. By Deborah Krol (Salinan/Esselen).
Life on the Powwow Highway
A first-person account. By Dr. Lita Mathews.
Lewis & Clark Bicentennial
Lewis & Clark Revisited: Through Native Eyes
We venture along the Lewis & Clark Trail, viewing this seminal
event in U.S. history from the Native perspective. By Gregory McNamee.
A Lewis & Clark Calendar
Details on events being held this summer and fall commemorating the journey. By Diana Lambdin Meyer.
Acoma Pueblo: Merging the Old with the New
New Mexico’s Acoma Pueblo puts its new gaming revenue to good use. By Liz Hill (Ojibwe).
Fritz Scholder Gambler Sketches
Never-before-published sketches of gritty gambler scenes by acclaimed artist Fritz Scholder (Luiseño).
Santa Fe Indian Market 2004 Preview
Details on what’s happening when, on the Plaza and off. By Jason Silverman.
Lu Ann Tafoya: A Tradition of Excellence
This Santa Clara Pueblo potter carries forth her family’s amazing
artistic heritage, securing the 2003 Santa Fe Indian Market Best of
Show award. By Anne Hillerman.
Jarrica One Feather: A Two-Spirited Beader Extraordinaire
The unusual life tale of this talented bead artist. By Gussie Fauntleroy.
A reader sheds some light on our recent look at the Hawaiian island of
Oahu, while a federal inmate seeks a medicine man and a young woman
expresses interest in a career as a restaurant owner.
Native individuals and tribes, now beginning to reap some measure of
financial security, must take the critical next step in improving their
economic future through careful economic planning. By Steve Stallings
On The Wind
A rancher seeks to protect petroglyphs; and a fantastic Aztec-inspired
tapestry seeks a home. Plus, other important news in arts, education,
the environment, business, politics, health and other realms of life in
Indian Country. By Daniel Gibson.
We motor north to Idaho to the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s big annual bash,
Julyamsh. Plus, details on other special events of Native interest
across North America. By Mikaela Crank (Navajo).
Spirit of the Harvest
Nothing says “Pacific Northwest” louder than salmon, and few people
prepare it better than Dolly Watts, founder and owner of the Liliget
Feast House in Vancouver. Join us for her alder-grilled sockeye salmon
and wild rice pilaf. By Beverly Cox and Martin Jacobs.
Our galleries editor returns to Oklahoma to tour the Jacobson House
Native Art Center in Norman, home to the magnificent work of the “Kiowa
Five” and other notable southern Plains Native arts. Also, brief looks
at other Native-oriented galleries throughout the continent. By Russ
Tall Chief (Osage).
Santa Fe is home to many outstanding museums, among them the
state-directed Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, which dedicates its
new exhibition space this summer with Beauty Within. Also, previews of
other shows at major museums coast to coast. By Wendy Weston (Diné).
Our reviewer gets a thrill from the life story of the nation’s first
Native physician, as told by Leon Speroff in Carlos Montezuma, M.D.: A Yavapai American Hero, and delves into Searching For Lost City: On the Trail of America’s Native Languages by Elizabeth Seay. Also, other recently published books of interest. By Deborah Krol (Salinan/Esselen).
Our ears turn to the toe-tapping tunes and life of bluegrass maestro
Glen Bonham (Choctaw) of Tennessee, and give a listen to new works by
Gordon McGilvery (All in the Family), Mary Youngblood (Feed the Fire), Jay Begaye (Song of Colors) and Longhouse (A Warrior’s Journey). By j. poet
|Title||Native Peoples: Arts and Lifeways, Vol. 17 No. 5; July/August 2004|
|Published Date||July/August 2004|
|Physical Description||8 x 11 inch softcover, 72 pp.; color images|
|LCNO||E75 .N398 v.17(5) 2004|