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Old 03-09-2002, 10:07 AM   #1
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I see some Jingle dancer's with Bl.Turkey,Wt. Turkey,Pheas.,Goose Fan's, but
I see alot of dancer's use painted Eagle and Painted Hawk. Is that allowed?
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Old 03-09-2002, 05:42 PM   #2
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I know it's a sad fact when native people are not "allowed" by their governing countries to use the traditional feathers of their culture, for fear and prosicution!

Here in Canada, it is legal to aquire and posses eagle feathers, but in the US, I have hear it's a big no-no, and that is sad!:Yell
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I have an eagle feather fan which I recived from my father in Canada..I even brought it back from Canada when I moved here to the states. From what I understand you can get a permit to transport eagle feathers although I dont have one lol but my father does.
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Smile Feathers (Eagle)

As far as I know you can have Eagle feathers here in the USA as long as you are Native. If you are non-Native then you have to have a permit. Thats just what i've been told growing up by my elders. :Thinking I did hear something about Feathers this last weekend but i'm afraid that i didn't catch the whole story. So i won't go into that. Okay. :Thumbs
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