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HANNAHVILLE – The 40th Annual Great Lakes Area Traditional Pow Wow, hosted by the Hannahville Indian Community, will be held June.


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Potawatomi Gathering - Event. Hosted by the Hannahville Indian Community Wilson Friday-Workshops, pow-wow, meetings (all council, judicial, etc.).


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Hannahville Indian Community members, along with plenty of spectators, held their 43rd annual Pow Wow celebration Saturday.


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MCR provides for the enforcement of Indian tribal court judgments. Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments; Hannahville Indian Community N E Pow Wow Trail Copyright © Michigan Judiciary.


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They dance with their chests hunched forward. For a century it was illegal in the United States for Native Americans to practice their religion or ceremonies. During that time, Native American children were taken from their families and sent to boarding schools. Meshigaud says if kids were caught practicing ceremonies or speaking in their native language, they were beaten. View Slideshow 3 of 4. For about three decades, the Hannahville Indian Community was without its culture. But for the past four decades, there have been efforts to bring tribal culture back. Halfaday leads a drum group in Hannahville. At the powwow, he sported a Redskins ball cap and underneath, his ponytail hung halfway down his back. Upper Peninsula.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Click here to listen to the story and hear music from the Hannahville Indian Community. Share Tweet Email. Listen Listening This summer, tribes from the Great Lakes region gathered for the annual powwow at the Hannahville reservation, just outside of Escanaba. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Native American culture has been struggling to survive for more than a century. The group is made up of guys mostly in their 20s. Earl Meshigaud is the cultural director and spiritual leader of the Hannahville Indian Community. View Slideshow 1 of 4. Inside a big circle in a grassy outdoor arena, dozens of dancers displayed the moves of their ancestors. Women danced with small aluminum cones that hung from the fringes of their dresses and jingled to the sound of the drum. He says the drum represents the heartbeat of Mother Earth and is also the heartbeat of the community. Earl Meshigaud at the Hannahville Pow Wow. At that time cultural and spiritual leaders from the Great Lakes, Plains, and Canadian tribes came to Hannahville to bring the culture back. For a Potawatomi tribe in the Upper Peninsula, tribal culture almost vanished around the s. View Slideshow 4 of 4. Eric Halfaday was born and raised in Hannahville. Everyone in the circle dressed in elaborate regalia, decorated with feathers, beads, ribbons, and bells. View Slideshow 2 of 4. Earl Meshigaud is the cultural and spiritual leader of the Hannahville Indian Community. Their feet move with a rhythmic skip that kind of looks like a chicken walk.