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The Ponca Sun Dance1

Nature volume 74, page 645 (25 October 1906) | Download Citation

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FEW Amerindian ceremonies have attracted more attention than the Sun Dance. It is found among the Arapaho, the Cheyenne, the Dakota, and the Blackfeet; and now we have a record of the rite among the Ponca.

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