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Native Americans soar like an eagle at pow wow

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Some 100 people representing Native American tribes from across the country came to Flushing Meadows Corona Park last weekend for a two-day Circle of Nations Pow Wow at Flushing Lake.

This was the second annual pow wow organized by the Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle, a Long Island-based organization dedicated to teaching and advocating Native American causes.

A few visitors came to view the dancing to traditional drumbeats, and to shop at the various crafts stands that were set up.

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