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Straight Dance Resources

While it is most important to talk with recognized tribal elders and experienced straight dancers concerning straight dance traditions, straight dance clothes, straight dance artwork and straight dance history, the follow list of references may also help in increasing one's knowledge base. As long as the reader keeps in mind the time-period the text is written, the sources used, and the limitations the writer may have had to certain information, most texts can still provide valuable information.

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Austin, Robert.
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Awakuni-Swetland, Mark
2001. Dance Lodges of the Omaha People: Building From Memory. Routledge Publishing, NY.

Axtmann, Ann.
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Barth, Georg J.
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Belle, Nicholas I.
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Duncan, Jim.
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1960. Otter Fur Turbans. American Indian Tradition Newsletter, Vol. 7.
1961. Plains Indian Metalworking, Part Two. American Indian Tradition Newsletter, Volume 8.
1962. Front Seam Leggings. American Indian Tradition Newsletter, Vol. 8, No. 3.
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1980. Some Notes on the Osage War Dance. Moccasin Tracks Magazine, November Issue, LaPalma, CA.

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Smith, Jerry.
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1967-b. Straight Dance Shirt. The Singing Wire Newsletter, November Issue.
1968-a. Straight Dance Bandoliers. The Singing Wire Newsletter, January Issue.
1968-b. Straight Dance Otter Drop. The Singing Wire Newsletter, April Issue.
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1982-b. Straight Dance Leggings. Moccasin Tracks Magazine, October Issue, LaPalma, CA.
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...Good list of reading. STILL, can't replace the face to face education.
I agree. That's why I started the post with the following statement,

"While it is most important to talk with recognized tribal elders and experienced straight dancers concerning straight dance traditions, straight dance clothes, straight dance artwork and straight dance history, the follow list of references may also help in increasing one's knowledge base."
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