OA Native American Activities


Cub Scout Ceremonies

The most popular ceremony that the OA boys in the Chapter can provide to a Cub Scout Pack is the Arrow of Light Ceremony. Here are a few good examples.

Arrow of Light Ceremony

OA Arrow of Light Ceremony

Boy Scout Ceremonies

The OA has provided special ceremonies for Troops to use to bring in new Webelos into their Troop. The OA has also performed special Eagle Award ceremonies.

Order of the Arrow Eagle Court Of Honor Ceremony

Other Eagle Court of Honor suggested ceremonies from the National Eagle Scout Association – http://www.nesa.org/PDF/EagleCeremonyBooklet3.pdf


Pre-Ordeal & Ordeal Ceremonies

These ceremonies are for the Ordeal Inductions. Ceremony Teams can download these ceremonies to prepare for an Induction Weekend. These ceremonies are password protected.

Password Hint – The Admonition

Pre Ordeal Ceremony

Ordeal Ceremony

Brotherhood Ceremony

For use by those who are on the Brotherhood Ceremony Team for the Brotherhood Induction ceremony. This ceremony is password Protected.

Password Hint – Answer – “Have you seen the Arrow?”

Brotherhood Ceremony


InfoWhat is a Native American Pow Wow

InfoPow Wow Etiquette

Singing in a Powwow Drum Group

InfoPow Wow Singing

Northern Style Singing

CD’s – Rizing Sun, Eyabay, Stone Eagle, Black Lodge Singers

Southern Style Singing

CD’s – Southern Thunder, Yellow Hammer, Cozad, Otter Trail, Sizzortail, Ponca War Dance Vol 1& 2


Men Dance Styles

InfoStraight Dancing

Info – Northern Traditional Dancing

InfoFancy Feather Dancing

InfoGrass Dancing

Info – Chicken Dancing

Info – Old Time Style Sioux Dancing

Women Dance Styles

Info – Fancy Shawl Dancing

Women’s Fancy Shawl Dance Youtube Video

Info – Buckskin Dancing

Women’s Buckskin Dress Dance Youtube Video

Info – Jingle Dancing

Women’s Jingle Dress Dance Youtube Video

Info – Southern & Northern Traditional Cloth Dancing

Women’s Southern Traditional Cloth Dance Youtube Video

Women’s Northern Traditional Cloth Dance Youtube Video


—- Native American Resources —-

Regalia Making

Look up Missouri River Patterns that can be found online  at Crazy Crow and other sites.

Ceremony Clothing – If you are planning to make a set of Ceremony Regalia for your self. Our Lodge and Chapter has decided to honor and emulate the style and traditions of the Comanche Tribe. Please make your set in the Comanche Tribe style of clothing.

Craft Suppliers

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