Tag: Bandolier Bags

Drummers and dancers at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

A dancer wearing a bandolier bag and roach is dancing with the drummers behind him. Other dancers and a child are also in the circle. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Group of men on horses in the Grand Entry at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

Unidentified Ojibwe men are wearing beaded garments and bandolier bags for the Grand Entry at the annual June 14th celebration. They are riding horses that are also decorated. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig and his grandchild at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig, an Ojibwe elder is standing with his grandchild. He is also identified as Wa-we-yay-cum-ig, or Round Earth, an Ojibwe opponent of U.S. efforts to move Mille Lacs Ojibwe to White Earth. They are both wearing beaded bandolier bags. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig and his wife at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig, an Ojibwe elder is standing with his wife. He is also identified as Wa-we-yay-cum-ig, or Round Earth, an Ojibwe opponent of U.S. efforts to move Mille Lacs Ojibwe to White Earth. He is wearing a beaded apron and bandolier bags and eagle feathers. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

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