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Horses and riders line up for the opening ceremony of the Havasupai Tribal Annual Peach Festival Rodeo, whose participants were from various southwestern Native American tribes.
Horses and riders line up for the opening ceremony of the Havasupai Tribal Annual Peach Festival Rodeo, whose participants were from various southwestern Native American tribes.

by Susan Engbring When some Native American friends of mine asked if I wanted to accompany them to the Havasupai Tribal Annual Peach Festival at the Grand Canyon, I was booked solid with freelance work and almost said no. But a helicopter ride down to Supai Village at the bottom of the canyon? And a …

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