Echota Cherokee Pow Wow – PHOTOS

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MOULTON – The Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama held their 15th annual Pow Wow at Oakville Mounds just south of Moulton this past weekend. Native American Artisans had their crafts on display, there was story telling, dancing, drums and music.

Native American Culture is enjoying a renaissance in America, as descendants of the first Americans begin, more and more, to celebrate their roots. And the South, the native land to many different tribes, is a prime area of The United States, where gatherings are held to carry on a proud culture, and also to commemorate the past.

The Quad-Cities Daily was there to record some of the weekend in photographs.

These photos are suitable for printing on your photo printer or at a photo kiosk. So make yourself a copy to remember the day. These photos are free to reproduce for NON-COMMERCIAL USE only.

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Rob Russell February 21, 2013 - 7:41 pm

September 28 & 29

16th Annual Echota Cherokee Festival – Oakville Indian Mounds & Park, The Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama will host the annual Echota Cherokee Festival at the Oakville Indian Mounds and Park south of Moulton, Alabama.

Host Drum, Special Guests, and Host Motel will be determined as we get closer to the event
Grand Entry: 9:00 AM
Contact: Primary – Hal Colston (901) 876-5344, Alternate – Rob Russell at LTC.ROB.RUSSELL@GMAIL.COM

Oakville Indian Mounds & Park
1219 County Rd 187
Danville, AL 35640


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