Friday, October 22, 2010

Indian City Anadarko, Oklahoma PFF

INDIAN CITY, U.S.A. near Anadarko, Oklahoma,  Indian dances are performed for the tourist at the
Wichita Indian village in Indian City USA.  Here a group of Indian dancers fron Oklahoma and New Mexico perform for the crowd.
I do not know the age of this postcard but found this information about Indian City on Wikipedia. Actually its information about Anadarko,Okla. which is close by.
The town is the home of the Native Ameridan group Cozad Singers.  "Self Titled" Indian Capiutal of the Nation'
Tribes Lenape and Bartlesville live  here
Home of the National Hall of Fame for famous American Indians.
Thanks to Beth over at http://thebestheartsarecrunchy.blogspot.com/ for hosting Postcard Friendship Friday.

6 comments:

Beth Niquette said...

What a colorful postcard--full of movement. I really enjoyed this one!

Happy PFF!

Snap said...

Fun and colorful postcard. Lots of history in Oklahoma.
Happy PFF!

MuseSwings said...

Very colorful card and interesting information! I like that name Anadarko. It sounds like a good Zombie name. I say - buy the book!

Joy said...

Love the thatch buildings and the actions of the colourful dance.
Happy PFF.

Sheila said...

The houses are amazing! I love the card - mine was traditional dancing too this week, but of a very different type. :)

Dorincard said...

Crowd-pleasing should be a complement to crowd-enlightment about real history, culture, etc. :)

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