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Santa Rosa Creeks Hold Annual Pow Wow

Native Americans from various tribes around the nation joined the Santa Rosa County Creeks this weekend, for their 27th annual pow-wow and fundraiser. WUWF’s Dave Dunwoody reports. Tribal members, men, women and children, were dressed in traditional Creek finery from head to toe. About a half dozen dancers were inside the grass circle after being “smudged” – receiving smoke from a burning combination of white sage, tobacco, and sweet grass. Helping with the smudging was Eddie Milstead, aka...

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