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Ladies traditional southern style beadwork set complete with leggings, choker, slave bracelet, hair ties, necklace and purse all made with 9/0 tri cut glass beads. www.sharpsindianstore.com

Ladies traditional southern style beadwork set complete with leggings, choker, slave bracelet, hair ties, necklace and purse all made with 9/0 tri cut glass beads. www.sharpsindianstore.com

Moose Hide Tufted Pin. Beaded with blue, green and colored beads into a flower shaped caribou tufted hair in the center, with black colored beads around the edging. There is porcupine quills around the outside of the flowers. Corinna M. Evans, Athabascan

Moose Hide Tufted Pin. Beaded with blue, green and colored beads into a flower shaped caribou tufted hair in the center, with black colored beads around the edging. There is porcupine quills around the outside of the flowers. Corinna M. Evans, Athabascan

Joyce Growing Thunder Fogarty, during a smoke offering, holding the tobacco bag, in Montezuma Castle National Monument in Camp Verde, Arizona 1977. The tobacco bag, is made of native-tanned deerskin, paint, glass beads, porcupine quill, and trade cloth. The subject matter is more ironic than it appears. A warrior is shown parading in the tradition of victory dancing. The warrior in full regalia, decorated with eagle feathers, while the horse prances with pride, but the American flag is…

Joyce Growing Thunder Fogarty, during a smoke offering, holding the tobacco bag, in Montezuma Castle National Monument in Camp Verde, Arizona 1977. The tobacco bag, is made of native-tanned deerskin, paint, glass beads, porcupine quill, and trade cloth. The subject matter is more ironic than it appears. A warrior is shown parading in the tradition of victory dancing. The warrior in full regalia, decorated with eagle feathers, while the horse prances with pride, but the American flag is…

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