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KUMEYAAY POWWOW DANCERS in Regalia Photo Kumeyaay Head Dancers, California Native Americans.

Photo 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Kumiai Children of San Jose de la Zorra

Alexis Tucker, 9, and Raymond "Swift Hawk" Sandoval Jr., 8, both of the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, participated in Sycuan's 12th Annual Powwow, September 10, 2001.

Alexis: Head young woman dancer. Raymond: Head young man dancer.

This image is actually a montage of two photos.

The background behind the two dancers was taken out and the Sycuan Honor Guard (from a 1992 photo) was dropped in to produce the art for the 2002 Sycuan poster and magazine cover.

Event Director: Arlene Galvan
Photo/design by Gary G. Ballard, San Diego


of Sycuan's 2005 Kumeyaay Powwow featuring Yuman bird singers singing, and Yuman bird dancers dancing from across Southern California, southwestern Arizona, northern Baja California, Mexico, top professional pow-wow dancers from across the USA, Canada, northern Baja California, Mexico, include the Diegueno Diegueño Kumeyaay Kumiai, Mohave, Quechan, Cocopah Cucapa, Cahuilla, Pai Pai Paipai, Ipai Tipai, Hualapai, Kiliwa, Havasupai, Maricopa, Yavapai, and Luiseño Luiseno Indians of the southwestern southwest United States of America.

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