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Curtis, Edward S. "The Hand Game." Photogravure from The North American Indian, 1915. Vol. X, Kwakiutl

The Hand Game, a guessing game played to music, has long been an important part of the culture of native peoples of Canada and the United States. Today, the American Indian Higher Education Consortium of Tribal Colleges and Universities continues the ancient game by sponsoring Hand Game competitions.

 


 

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