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Ceremony in Native American Cultures
A look at the uses of ceremony in Native American cultures.
# 125870 | 2,500 words | 32 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Native-American Studies (General)


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This paper discusses the use of ceremony in Native American Indian culture, including the powwow and the Gourd Dance.

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"Ceremony is something that American culture has largely dispensed with. Weddings are often conducted in bizarre locales such as in helium balloons or on the backs of jet skis or just by a justice of the peace instead of in an elaborate ceremony in a church that is replete with time-honored ritual. Religious rituals such as observing the Sabbath all day have been relegated to only a few of the most devout religious sects. Even rituals as common as..."

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