|POW WOWS beautiful professional powwow photography 2013, 2012 gathering of nations pictures photos pics picts top 100 best high resolution still images of the 16th Annual Sycuan San Diego Pow Wow, Southern California Indians powwows featuring Yuman bird singing and Yuman bird dancing, including many top competitive professional and amateur North American pow-wow dancers exhibiting face painting body paint cultural regalia from Native American Indian tribes across the United States, northern Baja California, Mexico, and Canada. Native American Canadian Mexican tribal singers dancers, the Indigenous performers pictured below may include the Diegueño Diegueno Kumeyaay Kumiai, Cocopah Cucapa, Mohave, Quechan, Pai Pai Paipai, Ipai Tipai Ipay Tipay, Kiliwa, Havasupai, Hualapai, Yavapai, Maricopa, Cahuilla, Juaneño, and Luiseño Luiseno bird singers singing, bird dancers dancing, the birdsingers and birddancers of the southwest USA United States of America by experienced North American famous pow-wow photographer extreme creative digital production artist.||
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SYCUAN INDIAN RESERVATION U.S.A., September 9, 10, 11, 2005 -- Professional pow-wow photographs of the Sycuan Traditional Gathering and 16th Annual Pow Wow, featuring the Yuman Indians bird singers and bird dancers of the Kumeyaay-Diegueno Nation, Southern California. The three-day event is FREE and open to the public including 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Sycuan Powwow events.
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2006 Sycuan Pow-wow Pictures: It was a real THRILL for me to exhibit so many pictures from one job last year, but the free time involved in producing this 100-plus digital photo gallery is too extreme to do again with my 2006 Sycuan powwow photos this year. I have added a dozen or so 2006 images, but this will likely be it for San Diego pow wow photos ENJOY!
INFORMATION ABOUT WHERE AND HOW TO LEARN TO POWWOW DANCING CLASSES, make authentic tribal costumes, learn proper pow-wow protocol open to students K-12 and their parents:
YUMAN BIRD SINGERS BIRD DANCERS
YUMAN bird singing singers and bird dancing dancers of North America -- Southern California, southwestern Arizona, and northern Baja California, Mexico -- gathered during the 2005 Sycuan Traditional Gathering, and celebrated their ageless aboriginal cultural heritage on the Sycuan Indian Reservation, El Cajon, CA, San Diego County.
The international gathering of Yuman Indians pictured above may include the Cocopah Cucapa, Kumeyaay Kumiai, Quechan, Mohave, Paipai Pai Pai, Ipai Tipai, Kiliwa, Yavapai, Havasupai, Hualapai, Maricopa, Indigenous peoples of North America; including SHOSHONEAN Indians of Luiseño Luiseno, Juaneño Juaneno, Serrano, Gabrielino, Chemehuevi and Cahuilla nations.
RON CHRISTMAN, Kumeyaay Iipay Ipai Santa Ysabel Reservation (far right corner in white hat) was emcee for the birdsingers, and Arlene Galvan is the Sycuan pow-wow director. The 2006 Sycuan pow wow will be on the weekend after Labor Day. Sycuan pow-wow office may be reached at 619-445-7776 for more information.
Southern California POW-WOW INFORMATION:
THE SYCUAN GATHERING of nations is the largest and best Native American pow wow on the West Coast. The Sycuan band's first-rate hospitality and large cash prizes attract the finest North American indigenous dancers, singers and drummers -- from the four directions -- including northern and southern Plains Indians, and the Comanche, Kiowa, Muskogee, Diné, Piute, Crow, Nez Perce, Mandan, Blackfoot, Paiute, Siksika, Pawnee, Sac and Fox, Pueblo, Winnebago, Acoma, Shoshone, Chippewa, Sycamore, Yaqui, Wichita, Minominee, Blackfeet, Apache, Lakota, Sioux, Navajo, Opata, Osage, Seminole, Yoreme, Montauk, Ute, Choctaw, Cree, Creek, Caddo, and Cherokee nations, plus the California Yuman and Shoshonean Indians.
POW-WOWS DANCE CATEGORIES include the basic: 1) Ladies Traditional Buckskin Dance, 2) Ladies Fancy Shawl Dance, 3) Ladies Jingle Dress Dance, 4) Ladies Southern Cloth Dance, 5) Mens Fancy War Dance, 6) Mens Southern Straight Dance, 7) Mens Northern Traditional Dance, 8) Mens Grass Dance. Categories are sub divided into tiny tots, children, juniors, teens, adults, golden agers, and elder contests.
These beautiful Southern California pow-wow images and web pages were photographed, edited, optimized, designed and produced by PROFESSIONAL POWWOW PHOTOGRAPHER writer Native American web site design art direction digital production artist portfolio of creative imagery and SEO by Gary G. Ballard, San Diego California.
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