Red Lake July Celebration from the 1940’s in Red Lake, with a look at the same celebration 60 years later.
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There was no sound to the footage. That was added by the Little Rock Drum Group during a drum ceremony in at the Little Rock Ballfield.
Great old skool vid, do u know who is singing.
AWESOME!! I LOVE THIS!!!!MAKE MORE!!
That sounds cool…I will check with them.
Michael, Archives has footage of Red lake and my grandpa Thomas Hill is singing pow wow tunes, it is called “The Tree is Dead”, you should check it out and it has sound, from over the 50’s, ask Gary
wow that was great to see…old school moves huh..we are all glad you put that out there….you should try and add some more tags so it shows up when you search you tube…i bet you would have about 50,000 hits….thanks for your efforts…….gotta love those old school moves though
there is a old ghost dance video on youtube…not the same tribe as in this video..but still very good video due to it’s age. I like seeing old footage stuff.
I love it.
Glad you both enjoyed it. Good question about the war bonnets–I wondered about that also. I’ll try to find out from someone. I was kind of worried about adding the soundtrack to it, too, but the music and beat fit so well that it gave the footage more life.
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