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    Learn How to Play Bass Drums in a Pow Wow http://bit.ly/1ralxjI 

    What do the graphic carvings and coloring depicted on the #TotemPole mean? http://bit.ly/132IvU6

    Ghost shirts are shirts or other clothing items created by Ghost dancers and believed to be imbued with spiritual powers. http://bit.ly/OyIqLI [Photo courtesy of @Native Arts Trading] 

    Native American spirituality includes a strong reverence for animal life, the environment, and each other. http://bit.ly/XYhZa2 

    Native American ceremonies have various meanings, which include spiritual and cultural reinforcement practices. http://bit.ly/1qc1b9i

    The Crazy Horse Memorial is a mountain monument complex that is under construction in the Black Hills, in Custer County, South Dakota. http://bit.ly/1i37r0W

    Native Americans have performed rain dances throughout history. Learn How to Teach a Rain Dance http://bit.ly/1Ehc0Br

    Native Americans used feathers for a variety of important purposes including ornamentation and artwork as well as ceremonious and religious uses. http://bit.ly/1iPv2R4 

    The word “squaw” has been used by some groups in a negative way. How and why this term has come to be used in a negative way is not clear. http://bit.ly/1trQXmX

    Tipis are dwellings used as living structures by Native Americans. Learn How Were Native American Tipis Built http://bit.ly/1r4ESSR 

    Many people associate #totemPoles with American Indian tribes across the world, but that is not the case. Here are Reasons Why They Make Totem Poles http://bit.ly/1vdwwfS

    Unlike most other Native American cultures, the Pueblo have a matriarchal tradition in which descent is determined via the woman’s lineage. Learn the Duties of Pueblo Indian Men http://bit.ly/1E4EvCe

    The herbs used in Native American Smudge Sticks included herbs Indian tobacco, Sweetgrass, Sage, White Sage, Sagebrush, Sweet Gale, Cow Parsnip and Cedar. http://bit.ly/10soBLG 

    Native Americans rich culture included native American #TotemPoles long before the Europeans ever set foot on American land. http://bit.ly/VQith7 

    Found these online. Do you use #SmudgeSticks?

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