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Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow

The Pow Wow's intertribal dances brought out many

The Pow Wow's intertribal dances brought out many people, and the dancers even suggested that visitors join them. (Sept. 23, 2012) Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Many tribes and attendees came out for the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration at Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park in Yorktown. The Lower Hudson Valley Native American Celebration also honors Sgt. Allen Two Crow, whose body was discovered on the West Point Military Academy grounds in 2002. (Sept. 23, 2012)

The Pow Wow's intertribal dances brought out many
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

The Pow Wow's intertribal dances brought out many people, and the dancers even suggested that visitors join them. (Sept. 23, 2012)

A group of small children dancers also performed
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

A group of small children dancers also performed at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. Some were accompanied by their parents. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Dancers were encouraged to involve the crowd during
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Dancers were encouraged to involve the crowd during the performances at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Parents and the audience members watch as a
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Parents and the audience members watch as a few dancers under 4 dance for the crowds at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Alex Lobe traveled from Baltimore to dance at
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Alex Lobe traveled from Baltimore to dance at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Many tribes perform at the 11th annual Lower
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Many tribes perform at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Young children are encouraged to dance at the
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Young children are encouraged to dance at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Rebecca Gitna and Kayven Jashon of Queens come
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Rebecca Gitna and Kayven Jashon of Queens come out to experience the culture, they said, at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Little Molly McKenna, 3, spent a day with
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Little Molly McKenna, 3, spent a day with her family at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Many groups of dancers performed at the 11th
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Many groups of dancers performed at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Crowds build around vendors to see the handmade
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Crowds build around vendors to see the handmade items of the native cultures at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Chenae Bullock of Long Island stresses that dancing
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Chenae Bullock of Long Island stresses that dancing is a major part of Native American culture and not a hobby. She danced several times at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

Many vendors sold handmade jewelery as well as
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Many vendors sold handmade jewelery as well as dream catchers, apparel and other beaded work at the 11th annual Lower Hudson Valley Pow Wow and Native American Celebration in Yorktown. (Sept. 23, 2012)

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