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| Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, 1:18 p.m.
Final round for Inter-Tribal Social Dancing on Sunday September 30, 2018 at the 40th Annual Pow Wow at the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center in Dorseyville.
Jan Pakler For The Tribune Review
Final round for Inter-Tribal Social Dancing on Sunday September 30, 2018 at the 40th Annual Pow Wow at the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center in Dorseyville.
Tradional dancer Cody Coe from the Ute tribe competes in full regalia at the 40th Annual Pow Wow at the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center in Dorseyville.
Jan Pakler For the Tribune Review
Tradional dancer Cody Coe from the Ute tribe competes in full regalia at the 40th Annual Pow Wow at the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center in Dorseyville.
Denise Sundown (Mohawk) waits to enter the ring for the Inter-Tribal Dancing Competition on September 29, 2018 at the 40th annual Pow Wow at the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Denise Sundown (Mohawk) waits to enter the ring for the Inter-Tribal Dancing Competition on September 29, 2018 at the 40th annual Pow Wow at the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center.

The Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center in Dorseyville hosted its 40th annual Pow Wow on Sept. 29-30. The weekend included sacred drum circles setting the rhythm of the music for the chants and original songs that varied from fun and festive to war and conquest. Native American food was served including buffalo burgers and skillet corn. Dancers competed in Native American Regalia showing respect for the United States flag, the Indian Flag and the Veteran’s flag.

Jan Pakler is a freelance photographer.

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