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Author Name    Arlee, Johnny

Title   Over a Century of Moving to the Drum: Salish Indian Celebrations on the Flathead Indian Reservation

Binding   Soft Cover

Book Condition   Very Good+

Jacket Condition   No Jacket

Size   Oblong 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

Publisher   Pablo, MT Salish Kootenai College Press 1998

ISBN Number    0917298578 / 9780917298578

Illustrator   Drawings by Sandoval, Tony & Clairmont, Corky and Photos

Inscription   Inscribed & SIGNED by the Author

Seller ID   040755

xii, 92 pp, glossy red-yel SC wraps w/illustrated front panel & pictorial rear panel, Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the half title page. The Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana is home to four Salish tribes and one Kootenai tribe. The powwow or celebration has been an express ion of Salish traditions and values. The celebration is an express of their Indian identity. The Arlee Celebraton includes Indian dancing of various styles. The author describes the dances and activities at early Salish celebrations. He recounts some of the changes in the celebration during his lifetime and describes some of the traditional borrowed dances at Salish Indian celebrations. He has included a photgraphic essay of an Arlee Fourth of July Celebration.

Native Americans Salish Indians Powwows Flathead Reservations History Snake Dance Arlee Celebration

Price = 23.38 USD



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