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[Representatives of the Dallas Inter-Tribal Council]

Description: Photograph of Representatives of the Dallas Inter-Tribal Council at the 1975 Texas Folklife Festival. The men and women are standing outside and are wearing traditional Native American dress. A large animal-hide drum reading "Dallas Inter-Tribal Center" is in front of the dancers.
Date: [1975-08-07..1975-08-10]
Creator: Smith, Jim
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Tigua Indian Preparing Skillet Bread]

Description: Photograph of a Tigua Indian preparing skillet bread at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. The man is bending down and looking at the skillet, which is placed on top of a pile of large stones. The stones are to the side of the beehive oven (horno) that is used to bake bread.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Tigua Indian Cooking Demonstration]

Description: Photograph of a Tigua Indian cooking demonstration at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. The two women are standing before two pans, which are resting on top of stumps. One pan appears to contain some type of breading, while the other pan appears to contain hot oil. One of the women is placing a food item into the pan of oil; the other woman is holding a large fork in the oil.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Tigua Indian With Drum]

Description: Photograph of Leo Garcia, a Tigua Indian, with a drum at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. He appears to be chanting or speaking, while pounding the drum with a stick.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Arts and Crafts Booth]

Description: Photograph of Shufa Padilla (left) and friend at the Tigua Indians' arts and crafts booth at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. One man is looking down at the table, while the other is looking out. Both men are wearing decoration around their necks. Feathered headdresses are hanging behind them.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Arts and Crafts Booth]

Description: Photograph of the Tigua Indians' arts and crafts booth at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. A man is standing behind the booth while festival participants are standing on the other side. It appears that a belt and beads are hanging between them. Other people are visible in the background.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Arts and Crafts Booth]

Description: Photograph of the Tigua Indians' arts and crafts booth at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. Several workers are standing on one side of the table, while festival participants are standing on the other side. Jewelry is displayed on the table, along with small dolls.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Native Americans Pounding Corn]

Description: Photograph of Darby Battise, member of the Alabama-Coushatta tribe of Texas, pounding corn in a corn mill at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. Situated in the Indian Village, the young tribe member is pounding the corn using a tree branch in a corn mill made from a tree trunk with a hollowed out opening. Another young participant is watching this process. They are standing in front of a tall fence and other festival participants are visible sitting in the background.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Creator: Smith, Jim
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Native American Demonstrating Blowgun]

Description: Photograph of Rocky Stallings, a Native American and employee of the Institute of Texan Cultures, demonstrating the use of a blowgun at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. Dressed in traditional garments, he is wearing brown leather pants, a yellow vest, a blue breechcloth, and a large feather attached to a headband. Situated in the Indian Village, he is standing in front of a tall fence and is blowing directly into the blowgun that he is holding parallel to the ground. The blowgun appears to be a narrow cane that is several feet long. Adults and children stand behind him.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Creator: Smith, Jim
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Native Americans Playing Drum]

Description: Photograph of Tigua Indians playing a drum at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. One of the tribe members is holding the large blue and yellow drum while another tribe member is hitting it with drumsticks; the latter appears to be speaking or chanting. The men are wearing slacks and tops accented with traditional Indian decoration. Festival participants are visible in the background.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Native Americans in Traditional Garments]

Description: Photograph of Native Americans standing at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. Dressed in traditional garments, the woman is wearing a black dress with colorful sleeves and a colorful shawl drawn over her shoulders. A tight beaded necklace is around her neck and she is holding a large black and white feather. The man is wearing a black long sleeve shirt and what appears to be a white skirt or apron; a long stone necklace is around his neck. Both participants have thick red belts around the waist.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Tigua Indian Beside Beehive Oven]

Description: Photograph of a Tigua Indian preparing skillet bread at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. The woman is using a long stick to stir or prod the bread in the skillet; a small flame is visible beneath the skillet. This is set up to the side of the beehive oven (horno) that is used to bake bread. A large fire is contained inside the beehive oven.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Medicine Sweat Lodge]

Description: Photograph of a medicine sweat lodge in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. The sweat lodge is constructed like a teepee but covered with straw instead of canvas or leather. The top portion of the frame is visible; it is not covered with straw. There is a low and narrow doorway on the front. Five people are standing to the left of the sweat lodge. In the foreground, part of a street is visible. Behind the sweat lodge some trees and a chain-link fence is visible.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Two Alabama-Coushatta Indian Dancers Performing]

Description: Photograph of two Alabama-Coushatta Indian dancers performing for a crowd at the Texas Folklife Festival. Their clothing is traditionally Native American: brightly colored, and heavily decorated with feathers. They are wearing short tunics, and knee-high boots covered in cream-colored animal fur. Hundreds of feathers decorate their backs. One dancer's outfit is red and white; the other's is pink and blue, but each has a feathered mohawk.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[A Pair of Tigua Indian Dancers]

Description: Photograph of two Tigua Indian dancers, male and female, at the Texas Folklife Festival. The man is on the left and wearing white pants, a black shirt, and knee-high, orange moccasins with fringe. Around his head and his waist is a red sash. He is holding some sort of shaker or maraca. The woman stands on the right of him and is wearing a cream-colored, tea-length dress with a red and blue stripe at the hem. She is also wearing a decorative shawl and tan boots. She is holding what appears to be brown feathers.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Tigua Indian Dance Performance]

Description: Photograph of the Tigua Indian dancers performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The dancers are forming two lines, facing each other, forming a pathway in the center. The photograph is taken from one end of the pathway with the dancers on each side. The male dancers are wearing white pants and orange moccasins with fringe. Most are wearing dark shirts but one is shirtless. The women wear tea-length, cream colored dresses that have a red and blue stripe at the hem. They each have a decorative shawl around their shoulders. At the other end of the pathway, a man is standing and playing a drum with a soft mallet. He is standing in front of a car and next to a few spectators.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Alabama-Coushatta Basket Display]

Description: Photograph of the Alabama-Coushatta baskets being displayed in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. On a table in the foreground are a variety of tan baskets. Some are small and some large, but all are woven. On the other side of the table, women and children are surveying the baskets. In the center, a woman with large red sunglasses is looking at the display.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Tigua Bead Necklace Display]

Description: Photograph of a boy standing behind the Tigua bead necklace display in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is wearing a simple headress, made of a blue decorated band with beads and feathers hanging from it. He is also wearing two decorated bands around his upper arms over his patterned shirt. The display features several necklaces, all with red, black, and white beads. The boy is smiling and is resting his elbows on the counter.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Basket-Making Demonstration]

Description: Photograph of Alice Battise demonstrating Alabama-Coushatta basket-making in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is sitting in a chair, wearing Native American necklaces, and a purple dress with white and green trim. She has started weaving a small basket which is resting in her lap.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Woman Making a Necklace with Beads]

Description: Photograph of an Alabama-Coushatta woman using beads to make a rosette for a necklace in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is sitting in a chair, wearing a blue shirt with patterned trim, and a Native American necklace. She is holding a small plate of beads with her left hand. In her other hand she is holding the string that is attached to the rosette she is making.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Tigua Bead Work Demonstrations]

Description: Photograph of the Tigua bead working demonstration booth in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. In the foreground, a woman with long black hair and glasses is sitting at a table with a brightly-colored tablecloth and trays of tiny beads assorted by color. Next to her on the right is a woman with black wavy hair. Both women are wearing colorful capes and holding a tool used for bead working. To the right of the women, festival visitors are trying their hand at bead working.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Woman Making Fry Bread]

Description: Photograph of an Alabama-Coushatta woman preparing Native American fry bread at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is wearing a green dress and a white apron with red flowers. She is lifting a finished fry bread out of the fryer with a carving fork. Two other Alabama-Coushatta women are visible behind her.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Young Alabama-Coushatta Indian Dancer Performing with Rings]

Description: Photograph of a young Alabama-Coushatta Native American dancer performing for a crowd at the Texas Folklife Festival. The boy is dancing with four rings, stepping in and out of them. His clothing is traditional with colors of brown, red, and white. His brown knee-high boots are covered with animal fur around the ankle. His legs and upper torso are bare. In the background, people are gathered to watch him.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections