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  • Native American Indian Association of Tennessee | ‘Indians Working for Indians’
    Commission Reserve Your NAIA License Plate To order your specialty license plate fill out the online form Your support will continue to serve the Native American residents of Tennessee Cultural Center The Circle of Life Indian Cultural Center American Indians do not have state or federally recognized lands in Tennessee which makes it difficult for the 19 000 Indians living here to seek social services network for employment and education

    Original URL path: http://www.naiatn.org/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Cultural Center | Native American Indian Association of Tennessee
    all components of the project will enable us to serve our People and the Tennessee community at large Exhibit Museum Visitors to the Museum will be greeted to displays exhibiting the history of Native peoples in TN from our early lifestyles to colonialism and our eventual Removal from the state and with information about American Indians living today We would like to showcase to the world our art and culture in our words from our viewpoints Research Library Cultural and historical scholars could utilize an archive of indigenous research to facilitate discourse centrally housed in a location specific for our People Meeting Space Anytime our community wishes to host cultural events our if members of the community need to host a meeting for business related purposes we hope that this space can provide a vital much needed utility Community Board We hope to serve as a central hub for community news and information particularly including scholarship and employment opportunities NAIA Administrative Offices As we centralize our services in one place we hope to also have offices for the administrative staff in a place where we can be proud to be part of NAIA Materials It is to be constructed from common native materials such as wood and stone with emphasis on balancing architectural principles of economy durability function and form A fabric entrance canopy makes reference to the traditional structure used by nomadic Indian tribes of the region Environmental support systems are to utilize state of the art energy efficient technology Site Plan Floor Plan Construction Cost A conceptual evaluation of probable construction cost is outlined below These costs do not include costs for land purchase environmental assessments or legal fees Community Center building 800 000 Community Center parking lot 35 000 Community Center furnishings moveable equipment not included Architectural

    Original URL path: http://www.naiatn.org/cultural-center-info/ (2016-02-09)
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  • NAIA Powwow | Native American Indian Association of Tennessee
    and Origins On Use of the Title Chief Our Sponsors Community Bulletin Store Cart Checkout My Account The Native American Indian Association of Tennessee presents the 34th Annual Fall Festival Tennessee State Pow Wow 16 17 18 October 2015 Long Hunter State Park Nashville Tennessee Hi NATIVE AMERICAN ARTS CRAFTS PAINTINGS PICTURES CLOTHING INDIAN JEWELRY POTTERY INDIAN TACOS CHILI HOMINY FRY BREAD STORYTELLING INDIAN GAMES DEMONSTRATIONS This fall journey to Nashville for an event you will always remember a three day festival offering you the opportunity to personally experience the culture and spirit of the American Indian people The Fall Festival and Powwow attracts people from all over the state of Tennessee Each October Indians of different Nations gather to share part of their culture This spirited event is not just for the reunion of family and friends but for anyone who would like to witness and join in the celebration of the culture that is nurtured by some 19 500 Indians who call Tennessee home today Treat yourself to the delights of traditional native food such as fry bread Indian tacos and hominy made the Indian way For our showcase performance we also proudly present Touch the Earth With

    Original URL path: http://www.naiatn.org/powwow/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Info | Native American Indian Association of Tennessee
    Hickory Boulevard Follow signs north to the Powwow From I 40 Take Exit 226 A Mount Juliet Road Follow signs south to the Powwow Hotel Information These hotels are approximately 5 8 miles from the Powwow grounds Best Western Exit 62 off I 24 East 615 641 7721 Comfort Inn Exit 64 off I 24 East 615 793 3600 Holiday Inn Express Exit 64 off I 24 East 615 793

    Original URL path: http://www.naiatn.org/powwow/info/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Schedule | Native American Indian Association of Tennessee
    About Board of Directors Media Info NAIA History and Origins On Use of the Title Chief Our Sponsors Community Bulletin Store Cart Checkout My Account Schedule Friday October 16th 9 AM until School day Free for students and seniors Saturday October 17th 10 AM until Opening Ceremony 11 AM Dancers register by NOON Sunday October 18th 10 AM until 5 PM Opening Ceremony 11 AM Tickets Available at Gate Admission

    Original URL path: http://www.naiatn.org/powwow/schedule/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Staff & Dancers | Native American Indian Association of Tennessee
    NAIA Membership License Plates Amazon Smiles Kroger Rewards Volunteer Job Training About Board of Directors Media Info NAIA History and Origins On Use of the Title Chief Our Sponsors Community Bulletin Store Cart Checkout My Account Master of Ceremonies Tim Tallchief Jones Oklahoma Winona Yellowhammer Tennessee Friday Saturday mornings Arena Director Bill TakesHorse Oklahoma Host Drums Otter Tail Singers Southern Eagle Point Singers Northern Dancers Register by NOON Saturday October

    Original URL path: http://www.naiatn.org/powwow/dancers/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Vendors | Native American Indian Association of Tennessee
    Dancers Vendors Powwow Etiquette Event Sponsors Cultural Center Support NAIA Membership License Plates Amazon Smiles Kroger Rewards Volunteer Job Training About Board of Directors Media Info NAIA History and Origins On Use of the Title Chief Our Sponsors Community Bulletin Store Cart Checkout My Account Traders Contact Bill Wells Native American crafts ONLY Pre register by October 1 2015 for booth space Will have updated information for food vendors shortly

    Original URL path: http://www.naiatn.org/powwow/location/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Powwow Etiquette | Native American Indian Association of Tennessee
    NAIA History and Origins On Use of the Title Chief Our Sponsors Community Bulletin Store Cart Checkout My Account For our patrons we ask you to consider the following to make the Powwow an enjoyable experience for all Powwow Etiquette and Tips Honor and Respect the Powwow Powwow is a sacred event Ceremonial songs and dances will be performed Respect the Elders Please do not talk while they are speaking on the public address system Dress Appropriately Revealing clothing is considering disrespectful Listen to the Emcee He keeps the singers dancers and general public informed of what is happening Do Not Touch the Dancers or Their Regalia The ornaments and dress are considered sacred objects and or family heirlooms Ask Permission Before Taking a Photo or Recording Do not enter the dance arena for a photo Refrain from taking photographs of young children who are not your family members Respect the Flag Song The Flag Song or Indian National Anthem is sung when the American Flag is raised or lowered Please stand and remove hats during the singing of this song Seating Around the Dancing Circle is Reserved for drummers singers and dancers Bleachers are provided but you are welcome

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