Stitches in Time: The Rebirth of Southeastern Woodlands Beadwork | First American Art Magazine
By America Meredith DON’T THINK Cherokees had much of a beading tradition,” I blurted out to my sister at the 2005 opening of the Oklahoma History Center’s Native American gallery. The museum curator overheard and asked if he could show me something. That something was a 1840s Cherokee beadwork sampler of a vine with stylizedRead More
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Southeastern and Cherokee beadwork began in the 1600s. Description from nativevillage.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images Creek Indians too
"Moving Day in the Everglades." Two men and a woman in dugout canoes along the Tamiami Trail canal, with the canoes loaded with a lot of goods and supplies.