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American Dakota Rug Raffle

Posted By Paul G July 5th, 2015 Last Updated on: July 5th, 2015

American Dakota is a small rug manufacturer based in Georgia that specializes in designs that would look perfect in a rustic mountain cabin, lodge or maybe even your home!

View more of their incredible rugs.

American Dakota rugs are also known for their nod to Native American designs, working closely with Native artists to get the details just right. Mark Ford is not Native himself, so we asked how did he get involved with the Native community?

“Even though I am a non-native I have a unique perspective on the pow wow community since I have illustrated “how-to” articles for Whispering Wind magazine since 1992. This publication is sought after for its in-depth articles on not only historical Native American clothing but also how to build regalia that is currently trending on the pow wow circuit. In college I majored in Art and minored in Native American Studies. I also spent two Summers on the Blackfeet Reservation and worked in the Curator’s office in Yellowstone.”

So Mark naturally paired his passion for textiles and his interest in Native American art with his western and rustic lifestyle to start American Dakota rugs.

Now you can win one of this incredible pieces of art!

Enter our raffle below for your change to win.

Be sure to complete all of the contest option for the most chances to win.  The more options you complete, the more entries you have in the raffle.  There is even one option you can do daily for even more entries!

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PhillipD White

This is a beautiful piece and would be a great addition to my Heritage room. I am Native American, of the Cherokee and Choctaw tribe on one side of my family and on the other side is Alabama Coushatta….
I am proud to be Native American………….

Eileen DeCoite

your work is stunningly beautiful I would be honored to win this rug… and would pass it as a family heirloom…. Raven

Michael Red Shirt Semchison

Now living in Australia, it would be a wonderful reminder of home, family and culture.

Diane Allyn

Gorgeous rugs, would be honored to win one.

Carol Allen

Beautiful work hope I win
Miigwech

Dani Webster

I would so love this rug for my living room,my floor is hard as rock. My living room would be so beautiful with this rug.

Nannette blackbird

how I would be so proud to have that in my home. I TRULY AM A VERY PROUD NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN

Lisa Hull

Would be awesome to have one in my new home.sure would make my home inviting.

Georgina Walker

would love to own a rug for it’s beauty and cultural significance. i have Tohono O’odham blood in my veins, not much, but i am proud that my mother told me as much as she knew and that i am able to learn about it online.

Running Doe

o,siyo I really love the rugs such beauty each one tell a story of each one with all respect and honor Running Doe

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