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Laura Seitz, Deseret News
Karter Walks Threeirons, 5, of Pocatello, performs in the 24th annual NACIP Powwow and Festival in Liberty Park in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, July 24, 2018. The annual celebration shares the Native American culture through song, music, dance, drums and cultural preservation.

Karter Walks Threeirons, 5, of Pocatello, performs in the 24th annual NACIP Powwow and Festival in Liberty Park in Salt Lake City on Tuesday. The annual celebration in the park begins after the Days of '47 Parade and shares the Native American culture through song, music, dance, drums, food, fireworks and cultural preservation. Artistic works featuring intricate Native American beadwork, authentic Navajo and Suni silver and turquoise jewelry were also on display.

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