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(likely) The daughter of the famous Hopi pottery maker Nampeyo. ca. 1907. Arizona. Photo by Carl Moon. Source - New York Public Library. via Moses on the Mesa FB

Antelope / at NMAI-NY

Mimbres Boldface olla - large

The Great Plains was home to many of the Native American tribes. Some of the most well-known tribes from this area are the Pawnee, the Lakota, and the Cheyenne. While some of these tribes were nomadic, some were also mostly sedentary, growing a few crops for food. Many of these tribes, while very independent, came together in times of war. A great example of this is the Blackfoot confederacy or the combined forces of the Lakota, Cheyenne, and the Arapaho in the Great Sioux of 1867.

Dorset "Shaman's Tube" and Human Figurine. Inuit Eskimo artifacts

Archaeologists analyzing Clovis points have found that the iconic spearheads, once thought to have been made by Paleoindians to hunt mammoth, were actually ancient multitools, and were used for a variety of tasks such as cutting plants.

Clovis Points Served Many Purposes - Archaeology Magazine

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Bone fishhooks, North America.

Fishhooks Of North America & The World, Page 1

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3.25" translucent agate Clovis point, found 4th of July weekend 2014, Colorado, by Tom Westfall. Native American artifacts prehistoric American Indian tools weapons spearhead atlatl atl atl paleo Paleolithic fluted

Kachina

Kachina

Illinois bone awls. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Suwannee River, Florida, prehistoric Native American bone pendant, claw or tooth effigy. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Native American / Navajo sterling silver and turquoise rings. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Fox Field site, engraved Native American stone disc. Discoidal.

Fox Field site, Native American bone pendant.

Figure 54: Carved and decorated bone pins and an ornament from Crib Mound. The fine incising was probably done with stone tools and sharpened rodent incisors.

Turquoise beads recovered from early excavations at Pueblo Bonito, the largest great house in Chaco Canyon.

Zuni Indian Silversmith - AW003603 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo Corbis. A Zuni Indian silversmith named Chester Mahooty makes jewelry from turquoise stone at Zuni pueblo, in New Mexico

Indian Medicine Bags. 1910 by Edward S. Curtis. The photo illustrates Four Piegan fringed leather containers hung on tripod.

Indian Medicine Bags

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Child's Bow Guard

Antique Collection Childs Turq Bow Guard Circa 1930s | eBay

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When archaeologists excavated Mesa Verde in the late 19th century, they found a collection of mugs so vast that they named the discovery site the Mug House. Because artifacts like these are so rare and so intrinsic to our understanding of a past culture, according to preservation law, prehistoric archaeological artifacts are actually considered a part of the built environment -- something typically reserved for architecture.

The Storm Is Coming

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Northeast Oklahoma river find, red slate gorget. Native American artifacts.