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The Wind River Indian Reservation celebrated the 2015 Eastern Shoshone Indian Days Powwow June 26-28.
The powwow marked the 56th edition of the event in Fort Washakie, which is the largest such gathering in Wyoming. It showcases the dancing and regalia of the Eastern Shoshone, who play host to tribes from across North America.
Photographer Terance Oldman (Arapaho/Navajo) has documented Eastern Shoshone Indian Days for several years. WyoFile is honored to share his images of one of Wyoming’s premier cultural events. — Ed.
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