Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution . LJ oz< Q O IT < N< J a. CO aO < < < CO QZ< o < s DICO. < < s D I < STEVENSON] shumaakwe 543 officpr.sbip. The girls wear the conventional dress, with a wliitel)lanivet wrap bordered in red and blue, and white moccasins withhighly polished black soles. Both sexes wear turquoise earrings andprofusions of kohakwa, turquoise, and coral beads, and the gii-ls weartheir silver necklaces in addition to these. Each youth carries a ballof yarn and a large needle to be us

Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution . LJ oz< Q O IT < N< _J a. CO aO < < < CO QZ< o < s DICO. < < s D I < STEVENSON] shumaakwe 543 officpr.sbip. The girls wear the conventional dress, with a wliitel)lanivet wrap bordered in red and blue, and white moccasins withhighly polished black soles. Both sexes wear turquoise earrings andprofusions of kohakwa, turquoise, and coral beads, and the gii-ls weartheir silver necklaces in addition to these. Each _youth carries a ballof yarn and a large needle to be us Stock Photo
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Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution . LJ oz< Q O IT < N< _J a. CO aO < < < CO QZ< o < s DICO. < < s D I < STEVENSON] shumaakwe 543 officpr.sbip. The girls wear the conventional dress, with a wliitel)lanivet wrap bordered in red and blue, and white moccasins withhighly polished black soles. Both sexes wear turquoise earrings andprofusions of kohakwa, turquoise, and coral beads, and the gii-ls weartheir silver necklaces in addition to these. Each _youth carries a ballof yarn and a large needle to be used in securing the blanket wrapsof those who dance. The dancers usually form two concentric circles.The drummer sits east of the tree and uses a wood drum covered withhide. As the dancers become fatigued, or when for other reasons theydo not wish to remain on the ground, thej drop out at the close of adance; but their places are soon filled. The six Shumaikoli appear both separately and in couples in theplaza and dance. Two Saiapa are in attendance (see plate cxXiv).Each Shumaikoli is accompanied by a charm-bearer; whenever hewaves the charm the Shumaikoli backs off a dist

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