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Stepping back in time

French voyageur "Smiley" takes aim at the Lake Country Mountaineers Black Powder Club shooting range.1 / 7
Roger Hellesvig told stories of Norwegian immigrants--in character.2 / 7
Tammy Jones, Kindred, North Dakota, has been coming to the Heritage Fest since 1994.3 / 7
The Clan-Tartan group had a Scottish encampment at the Pioneer Village grounds.4 / 7
A family wearing period garb hikes to the woods to the Black Powder camp.5 / 7
Though rain hampered the 2009 "Heritage Festival" at the Perham Pioneer Village, the sun came out just a the Native American Pow Wow was about to begin. Most of the dancers were from the White Earth Indian Reservation. The troupe also included a Native American veterans color guard, which carried the U.S. and Canadian flags; as well as the POW-MIA flag and an eagle feather banner.6 / 7
Though rain hampered the 2009 "Heritage Festival" at the Perham Pioneer Village, the sun came out just a the Native American Pow Wow was about to begin. Most of the dancers were from the White Earth Indian Reservation. The troupe also included a Native American veterans color guard, which carried the U.S. and Canadian flags; as well as the POW-MIA flag and an eagle feather banner.7 / 7
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