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April 04, 1996 - Image 22

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The Michigan Daily, 1996-04-04

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Daniel Borla Ramirez (above left), a Saginaw, Mich., Chippewa, displays his artwork at the 24th annual Pow Wow,
which was held March 29, 30 and 31. Ramirez is one of many contemporary Native American artists who displayed
work at the Pow Wow. Ramirez is currently finishing his dissertation at the University.

George Hopkins, a resident of Hopkins, Mich., and a:member
of the Ojibwa tribe, leads the 24th Annual Pow Wow as the
honorary master of ceremonies.

During the Grand Entrance, tribe members line up to make the general
procession out on the floor. The procession is led by the honorary tribe
leader for the entire Pow Wow, George Hopkins.

Photostory by Tonya Broad

David Trudeau of Ontario, Canada, a member of the Ojibwa tribe, traveled great distances to participate in the 24th Annual Pow
Wow. Trudeau expresses himself during an 18-year-old and over free dance.


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