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Iroquois Festival will include visitor from Creek nation

Members of the Sky Dancers from Ontario perform at last year’s Iroquois Indian Festival in Howes Cave. IROQUOIS INDIAN MUSEUM/
Members of the Sky Dancers from Ontario perform at last year’s Iroquois Indian Festival in Howes Cave. IROQUOIS INDIAN MUSEUM/
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For 33 years now, the Iroquois Indian Museum in Howes Cave has been educating people about the native Americans who occupied this area long before the Europeans showed up. The tradition continues this weekend with the 33rd annual Iroquois Indian Festival, but this year’s event will include a contribution from the Creek nation, a tribe associated more with the American South . “Coming all the way from Texas is William Harjo, who is Creek,” said ...


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