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Pawnee Indian Veterans Homecoming & Powwow

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

Pawnee Indian Veterans Homecoming & Powwow

Address : Stadium Road Pawnee OK
Phone : 918 762-3621   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : dhare@pawneenation.org

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