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Daniel Nimham Pow Wow

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Daniel Nimham Pow Wow

Time: August 15, 2009 at 10am to August 16, 2009 at 6pm
Location: veteran's, memorial, park
Street: 199 Gipsy Trail Road
City/Town: Carmel, Ny
Event Type: pow, wow
Organized By: Caracoli
Latest Activity: Aug 12, 2009

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Event Description

2009 Daniel Nimham
Intertribal Pow Wow

Coming in August 2009


The page below is from the 2008 Pow Wow and is presented
here as a "tickler" for our upcoming 2009 event.


An intertribal pow wow to honor the memory of a forgotten hero,
his son Abraham and the Wappinger Indians of the
Hudson Valley who gave their lives for liberty
during the American Revolution.

Event Schedule

Putnam County Veteran's Memorial Park
at Kent Lakes, NY
Co-Sponsored by the Putnam County Visitors Bureau 1-800-470-4854
the Nimham Mountain Singers,
and in part by "I Love NY"

Host Drum:
Nimham Mountain Singers

Co-Host Drum:
Red Storm Drum and Dance Troupe

Event Schedule for Saturday and Sunday:
Gates Open at 10AM Each Day
11:30 Story Teller and Author Evan Pritchard
Noon Grand Entry ~ Led by Dennis Redmoon and Gerri Panther Eyes - Eastern Cherokee
12:15 Intertribal Dancing ~ Everyone Welcome!

12:30 Special Prayer for Daniel Nimham, his son Amraham and the Wappinger People
12:30 to 1:30 Intertribal Dancing ~ Everyone Welcome!

1:30 to 2:30 Birds of Prey exhibition Skyhunters In Flight with Brian Bradley
2:30 to 3:30 Intertribal Dancing ~ Everyone Welcome!

3:30 to 4:30 Wolf Program with the Wolf Conversation Center of South Salem, NY
4:30 to 5:30 Intertribal Dancing ~ Everyone Welcome!

Retire the Colors
Continuing Events:

Puppet Shows at 11, 2 and 4:30 in the Barn
Story Telling
Local Historical Society displays and information
Pony Rides

Native crafters from all over the country
Pony rides from Pide Piper
Birds of Prey
Native Foods
Story Tellers
Camping Available for Dancers
Tee Pee Display
Local Native History
Performances by 3 Or More Drum Groups

Special ceremony to honor Chief Daniel Nimham
for his service in the Continental Army

The General Public is Welcome and
Encouraged to Attend!

There's so much more to share with everyone!

Parking and Admission are Free!

Come enjoy our culture, and learn about
the natives that once lived in the highlands
of the historic Hudson Valley

Please, no drugs or alcohol on the grounds

The proud Wappinger Indians lived throughout Westchester, Putnam, and Dutchess counties in eastern New York State.

Fighting alongside the Patriots, they helped push the British out of Boston, fought at Monmouth and other important Revolutionary War battles and were instrumental in helping the colonials win their war of independance.

Directions to the Putnam County Park:

From Interstate 84

Take Exit 19 for Rte 312 and follow to Carmel.
Turn Right onto Rte 6
Follow Rte 6 to the intersection with Rte 52 at Lake Gleneida

From the Intersection of Route 52 and Route 6 in the Hamlet of Carmel, NY

Follow to the traffic light in front of the County Courthouse and turn onto Rte 301
Follow Rte 301 across the causeway over the West Branch Reservoir
Turn right immediately at the end of the causeway onto Gipsy Trail Road
Take Gipsy Trail for about 1 mile to a sharp curve to the left
The 4H Fair Grounds are on your right, the County Park directly in front.

From the Taconic Parkway

Exit at Rte 301 (to Carmel)
Follow Rte 301 for about 7 miles to just before the Causeway
Turn left immediately before the causeway onto Gipsy Trail Road
Take Gipsy Trail for about 1 mile to a sharp curve to the left
The 4H Fair Grounds are on your right, the County Park directly in front.

Father and son, Daniel and Abraham Nimham with 40 Wappinger and Stockbridge Indians lost their lives at the battle of Cortlandt's Ridge in the Bronx during an ambush in August of 1778.

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