New Orleans, 6 months later

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A Mardi Gras Indian from the Golden Comanche Tribe dances outside the Backstreet Museum. The Mardi Gras Indians are a long standing tradition among black residents and it was feared that they would not return after the storm..The Mardi Gras celebrations culminated with parades, dancing and partying all over New Orleans on Fat Tuesday, the traditional end to the long Mardi Gras Week. Thousands were on hand to let this historic day pass into history..