Huron-Wendat traditional dresses and paint
A young natives wearing Huron-Wendat traditional dresses and paint takes part into the dance contest of the Wendake Pow-Wow July 31, 2010. The Wyandot (also called Huron) are indigenous peoples of North America, known in their native language of the Iroquoian family as the Wendat.
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