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    i just got this newly published book (availiable from amazon.com).
    Alot of cool pictures and portraits of powwow ppl.
    I enjoyed the array of varios photos, some are blasts from the past seeing ppl in their younger days in some cases was wonderful.
    Looking good powwow ppl.

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    Originally posted by SpeakingOwl View Post
    i just got this newly published book (availiable from amazon.com).
    Alot of cool pictures and portraits of powwow ppl.
    I enjoyed the array of varios photos, some are blasts from the past seeing ppl in their yuonger days in some cases was wonderful.
    Looking good powwow ppl.

    funny I still havent seen this book. heard good things about it. if i'm right that pic of me in there is about 12 yrs old.
    Last edited by Dat1NdnGuy; 04-01-2009, 12:31 PM.
    "Out greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, our greatest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light not our darkness that most frightens us."

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      yeah i had saw that picture of you in your red out fit i hadn't seen that picture before so he has to have had to go through his original photo logs to put in some other photos that he had.

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