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Songs of the Muskogee Creek - Part 2

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Catalog No: IH 3002

Stomp Dance led by Tema Tiger; Friendship Dance, Stomp Dance, and Gar Dance led by Netche Gray; Guinea Dance led by Netche Gray and Harry Bell; Stomp Dance led by Tema Tiger; and Morning Dance led by Netche Gray.


Harry Bell, James Deere, Netche Gray, Frank Jackson, Tema Tiger, David Wind. Shell shakers: Frances Deere, Stella Deere, Helen Tiger, Eliza Wind

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Seminole, Oklahoma, May 2, 1969. Continued from Part 1.


Muskogee, Seminole


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Stomp Dance led by Tema Tiger

Guinea Dance led by Netche Gray and Harry Bell

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