Havasupai Dance after Rodeo
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Group of Havasupai adults at a 49 dance after the Havasupai Rodeo.
The 49 dance is a social dance that developed among Native American peoples during the 1900s.
The musical style and name of the forty-nine dance have been attributed to various sources. The dance may take place as an independent social event or in conjunction with a powwow. In terms of overall style, the forty-nine dance is comparable to other common powwow dances, particularly the round dance and two-step.
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