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Indians of Yellow Pocahontas with Chief at residence of Chief Paul Joseph in New Orleans Louisiana during Mardi Gras in 1942. OMG... they look Black! Because... they are... as were their ancestors

Indians of Yellow Pocahontas with Chief at residence of Chief Paul Joseph in New Orleans Louisiana during Mardi Gras in 1942. OMG... they look Black! Because... they are... as were their ancestors

Mardi Gras indians | Mardi Gras Indians 2013 - Tremé, New Orleans - Yellow Pocahontas ...

Mardi Gras indians | Mardi Gras Indians 2013 - Tremé, New Orleans - Yellow Pocahontas ...

Showdown In Desire New Orleans filmmaker Royce Osborn and Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief Tootie Montana’s last Mardi Gras, 2005.

Showdown In Desire New Orleans filmmaker Royce Osborn and Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief Tootie Montana’s last Mardi Gras, 2005.

Big Queen Gina Montana of the Yellow Pocahontas Mardi Gras Indians shows off her suit | NOLA.com

Big Queen Gina Montana of the Yellow Pocahontas Mardi Gras Indians shows off her suit

Big Queen Gina Montana of the Yellow Pocahontas Mardi Gras Indians shows off her suit | NOLA.com

#NOLA Mardi Gras Indians 2013 |  Chief David Montana, Yellow Pocahontas Mardi Gras Indians, photo, Kim Welsh

#NOLA Mardi Gras Indians 2013 | Chief David Montana, Yellow Pocahontas Mardi Gras Indians, photo, Kim Welsh

St. Joseph's Day, Mardi Gras Indian, Photo by Karen Ocker, OffBeat Magazine, March 2015

St. Joseph's Day, Mardi Gras Indian, Photo by Karen Ocker, OffBeat Magazine, March 2015

Allison "Tootie" Montana is Big Chief of the Yellow Pocahontas tribe of New Orleans' Black Mardi Gras Indians for many years  He has worked as an innovative costume designer, a brilliant dancer, and an eloquent spokesman for African American people of Creole descent. Photograph by Kathy Anderson, Courtesy New Orleans Times-Picayune

Allison "Tootie" Montana is Big Chief of the Yellow Pocahontas tribe of New Orleans' Black Mardi Gras Indians for many years He has worked as an innovative costume designer, a brilliant dancer, and an eloquent spokesman for African American people of Creole descent. Photograph by Kathy Anderson, Courtesy New Orleans Times-Picayune

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