Tony Hawke, from the Gwich’in Nation in Alaska, poses for a portrait during the 43rd annual Denver March Powwow on Sunday at the Denver Coliseum. The three-day event hosts dancers from hundreds of tribes from across the United States and Canada. Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post
AMERICAN INDIANS POSED FOR PORTRAITS DURING THE 43RD ANNUAL DENVER MARCH POWWOW AT THE DENVER COLISEUM ON SUNDAY. THE THREE-DAY EVENT HOSTED DANCERS FROM HUNDREDS OF TRIBES FROM THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. DANCERS WORE TRADITIONAL HEADDRESSES, MOCCASINS, BREASTPLATES AND SHAWLS THAT REPRESENTED THEIR INDIVIDUAL TRIBES.
Tome Roubideaux, from the Lakota and Metis nations
Russell Martin, from the Navajo Nation in Albuquerque
Jared Massey, with the White Mountain Apache Tribe from Tempe, Ariz.
Chasing Hawk, 15, a Lakota Sioux from the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota
Tony Hawke, from the Gwich’in Nation in Alaska
Henry Standingbear, 11, of the Cherokee, Lakota and Navajo nations
Ronald Windy Boy, from the Chippewa Crew Tribe in Rocky Boy, Mont.
Whitney Sage, of the Comanche and Osage nations