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Native American Dances
Native American Dances
Throughout past generations the indigenous peoples of the Americans have used dance as a key to keeping their culture alive. Dances were used for many purposes, such as ceremonial, story telling and entertainment. In the recent years, Native American social dances have served as a vehicle to bring us into the next generation. Through these dances the younger generation is able to keep a continual interest in their culture.
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