Native American Design

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Mother-and-Child Doll | Seneca | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Birds and Beasts in Beads: 150 Years of Iroquois Beadwork by colgate university, via Flickr

Birds and Beasts in Beads: 150 Years of Iroquois Beadwork

In autumn 2011, the Longyear Museum of Anthropology mounted the exhibition Birds and Beasts in Beads: 150 Years of Iroquois Beadwork. In conjunction with the exhibition, Colgate hosted the third annual International Iroquois Beadwork Conference.

Sioux Beaded Moccasins | Allard Auctions

Sioux Beaded Moccasins for auction. Classic pair of sinew sewn and lazy stitch beaded hard soled buckskin moccasins with cross symbols. A little stiff, otherwise in very good condition. These were acquired with the warshirt, Lot #80. Circa: Early 1900s Size: 10-1/2"

The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Twitter

“This is the final weekend to see "The #PlainsIndians: Artists of Earth and Sky.” http://t.co/xcAJ4at136”

New Mexico Museum of Fine Art

There are so many wonderful museums in Santa Fe it is hard to choose if you know you won't have time to see them all. I knew I wanted to see the Museum of Fine Art, because I always want to see a museum of fine art! The building, itself, is worth seeing. It was built in 1917, based on the style of the early Spanish churches and the native pueblo adobe style buildings. It began and defined what is called "Pueblo revival" style architecture, which is now the dominant architecture of Santa Fe…

Seneca Iroquois comb with two wolves not facing each other, c. 1670, the Kajetan Fiedorowicz collection.

Stanley Hill, Sr., and Seneca Iroquois Combs

Seneca Iroquois comb with two wolves not facing each other, c. 1670, the Kajetan Fiedorowicz collection.

Ladies Traditional Dance

Seminole Powwow, Okalee Seminole Village, Hollywood, Fl Best Viewed with black border. Please Press "L" for lightbox. ========================== Copyright ©James Keith, 2012, All Rights Reserved, Worldwide. My photos are posted for your enjoyment. Please don't use my photos in any way without permission.

Niagara Style beadwork illustration from British publication “The Ladies Newspaper,” 1859

Dated 19th Century Iroquois Beadwork #2 (1840s - early 1860s)

To see more fine examples of Iroquois and Wabanaki beadwork follow this link. Made of Thunder collection Iroquois floral bags in the Niagara style first appeared in the mid-1840s and this is well documented by dateable photographs from this period. There are also a number of well attributed pieces that corroborate the mid-nineteenth century origin of this style. See a recent article in American Indian Art Magazine, Fall – 2010, titled: A Cherished Curiosity: The Niagara Floral-style Beaded…

American Indian Art:Baskets, A PAIUTE TWINED BABY CARRIER. c. 1940...

A PAIUTE TWINED BABY CARRIER. c. 1940... Other | Lot #50119 | Heritage Auctions

American Indian Art:Baskets, A PAIUTE TWINED BABY CARRIER. c. 1940...

History and Technique | Milwaukee Public Museum

History of American Indian Ribbonwork | Milwaukee Public Museum

History and Technique | Milwaukee Public Museum

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Quilled Hide Child's Moccasins - View auction on www.skinnerinc.com

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Quilled Hide Child's Moccasins | Sale Number 2685B, Lot Number 231 | Skinner Auctioneers

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Quilled Hide Child's Moccasins - View auction on www.skinnerinc.com

Osage friendship blanket,  Late 19th century

American Indians | BEYONDbones

Osage friendship blanket, Late 19th century

Culture/People:probably Potawatomi [Oklahoma] (attributed)  Object name:Moccasins  Date created:circa 1890  Place:Oklahoma; USA  Media/Materials:Hide, silk ribbon  Techniques:Sewn, ribbonwork appliqué  Collection History/Provenance:Collected by Mark Raymond Harrington (1882-1971, MAI staff member) in 1908 or 1909 during fieldwork sponsored by George Heye.

Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution

Culture/People:probably Potawatomi [Oklahoma] (attributed) Object name:Moccasins Date created:circa 1890 Place:Oklahoma; USA Media/Materials:Hide, silk ribbon Techniques:Sewn, ribbonwork appliqué Collection History/Provenance:Collected by Mark Raymond Harrington (1882-1971, MAI staff member) in 1908 or 1909 during fieldwork sponsored by George Heye.

Flat bag,1800–1820, Canada, Quebec or Canadian Micmac or Iroquois, Wool, cotton, silk, glass, brass. In the collection of the Met

Bag | Micmac or Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) | The Met

Flat bag,1800–1820, Canada, Quebec or Canadian Micmac or Iroquois, Wool, cotton, silk, glass, brass. In the collection of the Met