Scalp Dance by Spokane Indians

Scalp Dance by Spokane Indians

Scalp Dance by Spokane Indians was done in 1847 in a village near Kettle Falls. The woman in the center had been widowed when the Blackfeet killed her husband. The stick she waves has a Blackfoot scalp on top of it. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

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Originally Posted 14 Jan 2015 Creator Bartholomew Brinkman
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