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Trading Post  Vintage Copper Kachina Dancer by FittobeBoloTied

Trading Post Vintage Copper Kachina Dancer by FittobeBoloTied

Native Dancer, nicknamed the Gray Ghost, was one of the most celebrated and accomplished Thoroughbred racehorses in history. He was voted Horse of the Year in 1954. After appearing     on the cover of Time Magazine, he is considered the first animal to start the multimedia era

Native Dancer, nicknamed the Gray Ghost, was one of the most celebrated and accomplished Thoroughbred racehorses in history. He was voted Horse of the Year in 1954. After appearing on the cover of Time Magazine, he is considered the first animal to start the multimedia era

Native Dancer wins the 1952 Flash Stakes at Saratoga. His only loss next year would be in the Kentucky Derby against Dark Star. (morgan-keeneland photo)

Native Dancer wins the 1952 Flash Stakes at Saratoga. His only loss next year would be in the Kentucky Derby against Dark Star. (morgan-keeneland photo)

Native Dancer by Polynesian out of Geisha. He won 21 of 22 career races, with only loss in the Kentucky Derby, and sire whose descendants have come to dominate modern Triple Crown racing.

Native Dancer by Polynesian out of Geisha. He won 21 of 22 career races, with only loss in the Kentucky Derby, and sire whose descendants have come to dominate modern Triple Crown racing.

Alaska Native Dancer - Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage. The indigenous peoples of Alaska represent cultures as diverse as the countries of Europe. The Athabaskans, Inupiaq, Yupik, Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian can have different languages and histories before coming to Alaska thousands of years ago. All these groups have lived in Alaska (and Northern Canada and Greenland) long before Western European Cultures explored what we call Alaska today. taken Aug. 28, 2012

Alaska Native Dancer - Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage. The indigenous peoples of Alaska represent cultures as diverse as the countries of Europe. The Athabaskans, Inupiaq, Yupik, Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian can have different languages and histories before coming to Alaska thousands of years ago. All these groups have lived in Alaska (and Northern Canada and Greenland) long before Western European Cultures explored what we call Alaska today. taken Aug. 28, 2012

Sello: Adowa (Ghana) (Native Dancers) Mi:GH 1067,Sn:GH 940

Sello: Adowa (Ghana) (Native Dancers) Mi:GH 1067,Sn:GH 940

Sello: Damba (Ghana) (Native Dancers) Mi:GH 1069,Sn:GH 942

Sello: Damba (Ghana) (Native Dancers) Mi:GH 1069,Sn:GH 942

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