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Old 06-17-2005, 05:23 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by Seesfar
An old style woodland dancer is a person who wears regalia that has been copied from early 1800s era. In my case, I used to wear 1860s era Apache. But I have since put together regalia based on early 1800s Cherokee design. Center seam leggins and mocs, bandolier bag, long broadcloth shirt, cross sashes, a turban style head cover with a hawk feather roach, etc.
Then why did'nt you just say you dress cherokee? There is no such thing as a woodland dance style unless you are being specific such as stomp dancing, smoke dancing, social dancing. You make it sound as if it's a particular style at any powwow.


Wade, who is that pic of? Horace Goodhue?????
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