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Old 04-04-2009, 01:37 PM   #2
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Some other examples of Mirror Boards:

Pawnee man - 1867


Iowa man - no date


Taboonggwesha - Shoshoni - 1884


Assiniboine men - no date


Omaha man on far left - 1875


George Michelle - Osage - 1910


Osage man - no date


Round Dance Hall, Gray Horse, OK - Osage - 1912
(Dancer standing behind the drum to the right, holds a mirror board in his right hand.)


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