Native American Indian pow-wow event in Flagstaff; Indian people on reservations; cowboys roping and branding cattle in Arizona
Arizona United States USA Date:1939 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
Exterior view of Lowell Observatory building in Flagstaff, Arizona. People exiting a main building of the Arizona State Teachers College. Color film scenes from the annual Native American All-Indian Pow-Wow parade circa 1939 in Flagstaff, Arizona. Citizens line the parade route street and native American Indian Men in traditional regalia walk and dance traditional Indian dances on the streets of Flagstaff, Arizona during the Pow Wow. People watch on the sides of the parade route. A native American Indian Apache tribe woman with her young baby in a traditional wrapping. Close-up of an old Apache Indian woman who leans on a cane. The elderly native American woman then smiles and laughs. Cattle herds on a field. Apache horsemen and cowboys on horses work among the herd. Close views of cattle and calfs. Cowboys rope and lasso cattle. View of a burning fire and brands heating in the fire. Cowboys turn a cow on its side and cowboy brings a hot brand to brand the cattle.
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