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The following is put forth for the sole interest of those seeking examples of Native American Drums. There is no gain to me or the site from any of the websites listed here. Again, this page is but another example of how Native Americans strive to put spirit and beauty into virtually every aspect of their lives.

Two things are absolutely necessary for a Pow Wow - 
Native Americans and Drums! Here are some of the drums. Enjoy!

The Legacy Ltd., Contemporary and Historic Northwest Coast Indian Art: www.thelegacyltd.com

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Raven Human Drum w/painted drum stick – 
D. R. Boxley and Corey Moreas, 

Tsimshian
Wolf Drum – 
David Robert Boxley,
Tsimshian
Killer Whale Drum – Eugene Hunt, Kwakwaka’wakw Raven Drum – 
Reggie Davidson, 
Haida
Otter and Moon Drum – Eugene Hunt, Kwakwaka’wakw Four Brothers Drum – 
John Goodwin, 
Makah
Eagle Drum – 
Shaun Peterson, Pullyallup
Creation of Life Drum – John Goodwin,
 Makah
Serpent and Song Drum – Spencer McCarty, 
Makah
Eagle Drum – 
Richard Hunt, Kwakwaka’wakw
American Indian Art – Authentic Native American Art: www.american-indian-art.com
The descriptions here as far as measurements go, are a bit confusing. One will say 3" thick, but in another places it states all the drums here are 3" in diameter…which, would make for one small drum! I think, judging by where they have them hanging/placed and the perspective of various items around them, they mean all the drums are 3" in thickness. Yet, they do have a "collective" picture called "mini-drums", which of course could indeed by 3" in diameter. They are very beautiful for all that.
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Hand painted drum Hand painted drum by Prophet Hand painted Kachina Drum by Prophet Painted “Pueblo” Drum – 16” diameter

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