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    I am interested in learning, the History of Gourd Dancing. Could any body give me any info , it would be much appericated. Thank you.
    Dance hard like there is no tomrrow. Hoka!

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    You may want to go back into sopme of the past topics (threads) and you can get many of your (?)s answered. Check these out and then ask your specific (?)s.
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      Originally posted by master_wuliechsin
      Could any body give me any info , it would be much appericated. Thank you.

      Gourd dancing is a ceremonial dance.

      Gourd dancing IS NOT a dance exclusively for veterans.

      Women should never handle a gourd during the gourd dance.
      Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

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        Today I see two different types of gourd dancing which isn't suppose to be...

        The Kiowa gourd clan-yes ceremonial..

        Then we have the pow-wow gourd dance nothing like the Kiowa Gourd clan is doing.

        I feel these types of people mainly super hobs and wannabe's adopt the groud dance for themselves and is making a mockery of the real Kiowa Gourd clan.......

        So if your asking for your own personal information that is okay....

        from what I understand they don't expect you to go and run a gourd dance at a pow-wow without a Kiowa Gourd Clan member being present
        .....my opinion and I'm sticking to it lol and if I'm wrong I'm sure somebody will let me know (smiles)
        Last edited by kiowakat; 04-14-2006, 11:26 AM.

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