Southwestern American Indian Women and Pottery
December 6, 2017

American Indian pottery has been primarily viewed as a woman’s art for thousands of years. Their pottery has both utilitarian and…

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Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) Turquoise Trade
November 7, 2017

The Ancestral Puebloans, popularly known as the Anasazi, thrived in the Southwest for hundreds of years. Between 700-1300 AD, (some estimations…

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The Zuni Guardians And Their Meanings
October 24, 2017

The Zuni people of the Pueblo are famous for their intricate carvings of animals called Fetishes. They are used for protection,…

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Old black and white photograph of a traditional Navajo healing ceremony
A Quick Look At 3 Facets of Navajo Medicinal Practices
September 6, 2017

Balance in life and with Mother Earth is the core of the Navajo healing practices. The Diné (Navajo people) see illness…

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