[Algonquiana] Butterfly

James Andrew Cowell james.cowell at Colorado.EDU
Wed Apr 12 18:33:18 EDT 2017


Arapaho stories of the women's fancy or shawl dance attribute it to imitating butterflies. I could provide an Arapaho-language version of this story if desired.


Andy Cowell

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Subject: [Algonquiana] Butterfly

Hi everyone,

I am looking for references about the symbolism of butterflies in Algonquian cultures. I am interested in powwow regalia, especially for children, where this design is often represented.
Thanks in advance,
Marie-Pierre.

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