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Why Do Indians Wear Feathers?

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Feathers are of great importance to native Americans. Feathers have symbolic meaning such as strength, trust, power, freedom and more in the Amerindian society. Receiving a feather from an eagle is a treasured gift because of the significance of the eagle to the Indians.
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