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    Could any body give me any information on the History of Northern and/or Southern Buckskin dancing. It would be much appreciated. Thank you
    Last edited by _wuliechsin_; 04-14-2006, 07:29 PM.
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    Originally posted by master_wuliechsin
    Could any body give me any information on the History of Nothern and/or Southern Buckskin dancing. It would be much appreciated. Thank you


    Women have been dancing in buckskins longer than men have been "Traditional Dancing" in gym shorts, four-foot triple rowed bustles and WWF warpaint.
    Last edited by WhoMe; 04-14-2006, 12:35 PM.
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      ^LMAO
      Umm- thats a REALLY broad question, which might be why you didn't get many answers
      Traditional dancing as a whole is a big generalization. the dance varies from tribe to tribe as to why they wear or do certain things. Might try being more specific.

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