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KOSHARES - THE SACRED CLOWNS by Michael Hice. At Taos Pueblošs San Geronimo feast day, five men, bodies painted in black and white stripes, dashed through the crowd. They wore moccasins, loincloths and black and white striped head gear. FULL ARTICLE.

PUEBLO POTTERY BEYOND THE MILLENIUM by Michael Hice. A freelance writer specializing in Native American art and culture, other types of art, and travel in the Southwest, Michael Hice takes a glimpse at some early innovators and fundamental characteristics that have become associated with five pueblos famous for pottery. FULL ARTICLE.

THE BEST WAYS TO BEHAVE ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS. Above all, be respectful. Assuming you're not a Native American, come to dances, celebrations, festivals and ceremonies only when they're announced as open to non-Indian visitors. Often these are summer feast days, saints' days, Christian religious holidays, New Year's Day and King's Day (Jan. 6). READ MORE

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