Chief Justice David Burrage swears in Delton Cox, Ted Dosh, Joe Coley, Anthony Dillard, Jack Austin and James Frazier for another 4-year term as Choctaw Tribal Councilmen.
Assistant Chief Gary Batton removes the cover of the plaque beside the new bust of Charley Jones in the Capitol garden.
Chief Gregory E. Pyle and Council Speaker Delton Cox unveil the sculpture of Charley Jones, a man honored for his dedication to the Choctaw people during his lifetime.
2013-14 Miss Choctaw Nation Callie Curnutt, Junior Miss Kayleigh Powell and Little Miss Isabelle Cox are crowned Aug. 29 by Chief Greg Pyle, right, and Assistant Chief Gary Batton.
Chief Gregory E. Pyle and the Tribal Council prepare for the unveiling.
John Gooden's newest sculpture for the Choctaw Nation is unveiled – the late Charley Jones, a Choctaw historian, language teacher and Councilman. Gooden is pictured with Sue Folsom, executive director of Choctaw Nation Cultural Services.
Pow Wow Grand Entry
Pow Wow Grand Entry as the sun sets
Christian "Lightning Boy" Billy, 2, of Finley, plays his music before the pow wow grand entry on Friday night.
Social dancing in the village
Choctaw dancing in the village.
Paula Carney leads the Choctaw hymn singing in the Choctaw village.
Savannah Tucker, 9 of Fort Worth, gives pottery making a try in the Choctaw village. This was her first trip to the Choctaw Labor Day Festival.
Mary Frazier of Antlers instructs Sydney Ringlero, 6, of Norman, on pottery making techniques.
Brenner Billy provides information on Choctaw basket weaving.
Liz Scroggins of Hugo sets up her beading loom in the Choctaw village.
Debra Billy of Norman sews a Choctaw dress in the village.
Ramsey Williston explains the techniques of making arrows.
Storyteller Tim Tingle keeps visitors to the Choctaw village enchanted with his traditional stories.
Making arrow heads
David Lankford, 13, of Tecumseh tries his hand at beading in the Choctaw village.
Five-year-old Evan Davis of Ardmore looks at the animal pelts in the Choctwa village.
Betheny Pisachubbee-Cole, 3 of Hugo, has a great time at the Labor Day Festival.
Tough, Touch Choctaw contest
Tough, Tough Choctaw contest