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IMAGE Indian Village: Six Nations Agricultural Society, NYS Fair, 2015

Today’s Fair: Creating Memories Today to Last a Lifetime


Conversations flowed freely among the artisans at the Indian Village at the Great New York State Fair. While working on various beaded items talk of the day’s weather, catching up with old friends and plans for venturing out to the midway all came to a halt in the Six Nations Workhouse when 7-year-old Wava Homer (Turtle Clan) entered the room.

Wava, accompanied by her mother, Heather, was dressed in full regalia well in advance of her performance. The fun continues today at the Great New York State Fair celebrates Six Nations Day ...
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