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Obertas Mazowsze, Poland 1800s Variation of the Mazur (1679, word Obertas first appeared) Mazurka, Oberek, Chodzony, Polonaise, Kujawiak, Krakovic, Folk
Obolo Dance W. Africa ?? the Ibo Tribe Charleston Dance, King Sailor dance
Ocuya n/a 1800s Apono Tribes, aka: Giant Dance Ethnic, Indian, African, Asian
Officer's Two Step, the n/a 1908 Created by J. B. McEwen Two-Step, Round Dance
Ohio, The Sandusky, OH 1919 Carl Ernst. (Song used "I'm From Ohio") Catherinne Zimmerman, Walking Dance with Two Step Turn
Olano, El Spain 1843 Lola Montez (Original Dance) Chachucha, Tarentella, Spanish, Bolero, Salterello, Furlana
Old Paul Jones USA n/a n/a Round, Arkansas Traveler, Barn Dance
Old Zip Coon USA 1800S aka: Old Zeb Coon, Turkey In The Straw, The Story of Country Dance Turkey In The Straw, Virginia Reel, Barn, Contre,
Olé Spain? 1800s? Gypsy Dance Fandango, Jaleo de Xeres
Oleke W. Indies ?? n/a Shake dance, Shimmy, Banda
One Step USA 1890-1914 n/a Two-Step, Fox Trot, Turkey Trot
Open Tango USA 1910? The Castles Tango, Argentine, American, Milonga, Andalusan
Opera Tango France 1914 Paris Standardizes the Tango and calls it this Tango, Argentine, Bresillien, Milonga, La Rumba, Andalusan, American
Oriental Dance Orient 800 AD Many Versions - Varies Java, Burma, Japan, China, Cambodia, Siam Bali, etc.
Oriental Foxtrot USA c.1905 First use of the word Foxtrot I have found (a re-issue probably). Foxtrot, One Step, Two Step, Mouvet
Ostende, the USA 1910s Ragtime dance a Mixture of dances
Ostrich Ballet USA 1920'S Albertina Rasch Claire Luce, Ballet, Follies, Burlesque
Oyster Dance USA 1915 Lucille Cameron - (Prize Fighter) Jack Johnston's Wife Ragtime Dance

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