NICE HAND CRAFTED STAR DES. CUT BEADED BUCKSKIN NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN PURSE/BAG – eBay Find Of The Week

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This nice cut beaded rosette buckskin Native American Indian purse or bag features beautiful handdone Native American star design rosette done with small size 13 cut beads, silver tacks, glass fire polished beads, ringtop cowrie shells, imitation hairpipe, handcut buckskin laces, and cut beaded buckskin loops. This purse was made by Dawn Eaglehead; Tribe: Osage. This purse is made from soft white buckskin. ...

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White House Honors A ‘Champion of Change’

On Wednesday, August 27, 2014, the White House will honor "Champions of Change," veterans and their families who are doing extraordinary work across the country as leaders in entrepreneurship. These Champions have distinguished themselves by continuing to serve their country through their successful small businesses and non-profits that create jobs, spur economic growth, and help their communities....

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Is Painting Spiritual and Healing? Chickasaw Artist Thinks So

Brent Greenwood is an award-winning contemporary artist of both Chickasaw & Ponca heritage. The acrylic and mixed media artist uses Native American history as an inspiration for his paintings. Using layers of paint, washes, drips and splatters to create depth and emotion in his work, Greenwood incorporates early tribal history with contemporary design elements to breathe life into his art. Hear a little bit more about what inspires him and what techniques he ...

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2014 Folk Fabulous – Native American Music, Artisans, and Food in Columbia South Carolina

The 2014 Folk Fabulous kicked off a year long celebration of Native American music, artisans, and food.  The festival was held on the historic Horseshoe on the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina.  If you weren't able to make it out this weekend, you missed an incredible day.  But don't worry, this is just the start of a events in the coming year!  Keep reading to find out more about future events. FOLKFabulous was a day-long celebration ...

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The Last Fluent Speaker of the Wukchumni Language?

In this touching documentary, filmmaker Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee tells the story of Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language, and the dictionary she has created. Vaughan-Lee writes: I met her through the Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival, an organization that encourages the revival of languages like Wukchumni. Through training and mentorship, it has supported Ms. Wilcox’s work for several years. Ms. Wilcox’s tribe, the Wukchumni, is not recognized by the federal government. It is part of the broader ...

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NICE HANDCRAFTED 12 PIECE CUT BEADED BUCKSKIN NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN DANCE SET – eBay Find of the Week

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This nice handcrafted Kiowa design buckskin Native American Indian set includes a pair of cut beaded hairties, cut beaded 4 strand choker, glass and cut beaded star deisgn buckskin purse/bag, 2 piece cut beaded buckskin hangdown set, cut beaded headband, long 2 strand beaded hair piece drop, beaded hair piece, loomed beaded drag piece, pair of buckskin beaded moccasins and ...

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Will Native American Cuisine Ever Get Its Due?


"Locally sourced", "foraged", "farm-to-table" seem to be all the buzz in the food world these days. However it seems like common sense when you look at it from a Native American perspective. There were no grocery stores "back in the day" and the land provided what you needed. Read more in this article from Food & Wine about how chefs like Nephi Craig are trying to bring Native American cuisine (pre-Columbian) back to the forefront. In summer's copper twilight, Apache ...

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Native Novel Gets Big Screen Treatment

Twin filmmakers Alex and Andrew Smith chose to adapt the classic novel Winter in the Blood by James Welch to be their second feature film. As children, they grew up in Montana and had the rare privilege to know James Welch. He was a life-long friend, a mentor, and a profound influence on their writing. RANCHWATER FILMS © 2014 If you're not familiar with the story, ...

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Joining Josh Atcheynum in His Dance Journey

Interview by Dr. Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Josh Atcheynum Q)It's energizing to watch you dance! We know you love to dance...what else inspires you? A) I'm a drug and alcohol free Native from Sweetgrass First Nation which is located in Saskatchewan, Canada. I'm a Entrepreneur, Graphic designer, Ledger Artist and Traditional Dancer. I also have huge passion for art and love being able to show the beauty of ...

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Going to Grand Prairie Pow Wow? Unique Opportunity!

Photo via Traders Village Emilia Gaston is a Texas-based professional photographer and photo-journalist who grew up in Alabama going to pow wows with her part-Cherokee father. To this day she still loves going to them and one of her favorite pow wows is held in Grand Prairie, Texas. So why not combine two of things she loves by doing a photo essay on a local native ...

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