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Old 05-27-2004, 04:24 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by CHEROSAGE
I guess I'm saying all of this to say that it is difficult for others to learn these correctness's if the correctness is not practiced in the locals own backyard.
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When the Kiowa gourd clans/Tia Piah societies and Black leggings meet formally, this is "Ceremony."

When a gourd dance is done as part of the powwow, it is not ceremony.


The context of ceremony changes things.

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An example you can relate to . . .

When the stomp grounds of Arbeka, Stoke's and Duck Creek are observing Green Corn and they stomp dance, this is ceremony.

When they are stomp dancing at OU, Copan and Quapaw powwows, it is not ceremony.

(straight dance at Inlonska vs. straight dance at Red Earth etc.)


Does this help?
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