An Indian is silhouetted against the light of a bonfire during last weekend's annual powwow at the Queens County Farm Museum in Floral Park.
Daryl Concha wears a jingle dress from Taos Pueblo, NM. The powwow evokes traditions from all over what is now the United States.
Steve Conaway Lenni, a Lenape Indian from New Jersey.
Mickey Sickles leads the procession with an eagle feather staff, a banner that was traditional in these parts long before the American flag.
Chenae, a Long Island Shinnecock Indian.
Roberta Funmaker, performing a woman’s shell dance, hails from Hochunk, Wis.
The majesty of birds, as reflected in this man’s costume, is a well-known object of respect among Native Americans.
Duke Simmons, a Seneca Indian from Western New York.
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