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Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum; Yup'ik, Inupiaq; fur; Alaskan Arctic Collection

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum; Yup'ik, Inupiaq; fur; Alaskan Arctic Collection

Northwest Coast Feast Bowl in museum in Scotland - photos via Barry Herem FB

Northwest Coast Feast Bowl in museum in Scotland - photos via Barry Herem FB

Bill Reid and Thunderbird | Bill Reid's Art

Bill Reid and Thunderbird | Bill Reid's Art

Shaman Necklace - Prehinite - Salish - Native American Jewelry - Kingfisher Pendant - Ancient Jewelry - Beadwork - Statement Necklace. $265.00, via Etsy.

Shaman Necklace - Prehinite - Salish - Native American Jewelry - Kingfisher Pendant - Ancient Jewelry - Beadwork - Statement Necklace. $265.00, via Etsy.

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

Moccasins - Ethnology Collections Database - Burke Museum

2004-2/103 Apron Tsimshian MAKER William White MATERIALS	   	Wool, Fur, Deer Hoof, Copper Ore, Leather, Wood, Sinew, Cloth, Chilkat Weaving,   'Spirit of the Ancestors' - This apron is the only contemporary "Chilkat" style weaving in the Burke's collection, and was woven by the only male Native weaver known to use this technique. Many believe that Tsimshian women originated this complex technique of weaving in the late 18th or early 19th centuries. depicts a Raven with wings outstretched.

2004-2/103 Apron Tsimshian MAKER William White MATERIALS Wool, Fur, Deer Hoof, Copper Ore, Leather, Wood, Sinew, Cloth, Chilkat Weaving, 'Spirit of the Ancestors' - This apron is the only contemporary "Chilkat" style weaving in the Burke's collection, and was woven by the only male Native weaver known to use this technique. Many believe that Tsimshian women originated this complex technique of weaving in the late 18th or early 19th centuries. depicts a Raven with wings outstretched.

The Engraver's Cafe - The World's Largest Hand Engraving Community - Northwest Native Indian Bracelet

The Engraver's Cafe - The World's Largest Hand Engraving Community - Northwest Native Indian Bracelet

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