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Part of many Indians regalia is a bustle made of feathers.
Maurice Proctor of Maryland's Piscataway tribe at the Mattaponi powwow.
Lee Lovelace of the Upper Mattaponi tribe.
First assistant chief of the Chickahominy tribe, Wayne Adkins.
Stormie Adkins, left, and Meagan Sakiewicz, members of the Chickahominy tribe.
Connor Tupponce, 13, dancing at the Mattaponi powwow.
Nansemond Indian and Norfolk resident Jesse Bass, in full regalia.
Melissa Desantis, a Lakota woman, is engaged to Nansemond tribesman Jesse Bass.
David Perry of North Carolina's Tuscarora tribe is also descended from Virginia Indians.
Mattaponi Eagle Staff.
Lynn Custalow-Curry, Autumn Custalow, Brandon Custalow and Lois Custalow-Carter, all members of the Mattaponi tribe.
Pamunkey boy, River Ottigney Cook, on the Pamunkey Indian Reservation.
Interior of the restored Pamunkey Reservation's schoolhouse.
Pamunkey Chief Kevin Brown.
Part of the Pamunkey Reservation's waterfront along the Pamunkey River.
Replica log cabin Indian schoolhouse on the Pamunkey Indian Reservation.
Pamunkey man Gordon Atkinson and his wife Christy at their home on the Pamunkey Reservation.
Karenne Wood, of the Monacan Indian Nation, is head of the Virginia Indian Program.
Mattaponi tribesman George Custalow tends his prolific garden on the Mattaponi Reservation.
George Custalow's green beans.
Interior of the Mattaponi Indian Museum.
Pamunkey woman Kim Taylor finds ancient Indian artifacts at the Pamunkey Reservation.
Indian artifcats found by Kim Taylor.
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