The Pawnees moved to Oklahoma Territory in 1874 and to this day retain many of their ancestors beliefs and customs. A ceremony and homecoming dance for the braves who died in battle and honoring the returning warriors has become the "World's Largest 'Free' Pow Wow."
* Most colorful outdoor spectacle in America
* Four nights - Thursday through Sunday
* Native costumes, snake dances, eagle dances, and much more
* Parade in downtown Pawnee - Saturday at noon
* Its all FREE
Weekend of the 4th of July each year - Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Old footage of an Oklahoma Pow wow showing men dancing. Native American Indian 1997.
A quick edit of the 2012 Iowa Tribe of OK Powwow to see how it looks overall, and to figure out how it can be sculpted down to 49 minutes for showing on RSU-...
1st song mens fancy , Oklahoma 2014.
Scenes from Pow Wow during Cherokee Holiday in Tahlequah, OK - 2 September 2011.
Footage from the annual Oklahoma Indian Summer Pow-Wow. One of the best weekends of the year in Bartlesville! Beautiful dancing and regalia displayed by ever...