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May 162014
 
Photo courtesy of the Old Trails Museum In the late 1950s, Phoenix television station KPHO launched a 16 week series called Arizona Caravan. The first segment of the series was about Winslow and part of the program included performances by the Purley brothers, well known local Native American dancers. They are seen here on the left, and the man with the large headdress is Chief Joe Secakuku, who was chief of the Hopi Snake Society. To the right of Chief Joe is Mabel Nagel, vice-mayor of Winslow.

Photo courtesy of the Old Trails Museum
In the late 1950s, Phoenix television station KPHO launched a 16 week series called Arizona Caravan. The first segment of the series was about Winslow and part of the program included performances by the Purley brothers, well known local Native American dancers. They are seen here on the left, and the man with the large headdress is Chief Joe Secakuku, who was chief of the Hopi Snake Society. To the right of Chief Joe is Mabel Nagel, vice-mayor of Winslow.

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