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Athabascan Beadwork

Traditional beadwork of Athabascan Indians from Alaska and Canada. I am part Athabascan and learned to bead from my mom, who also does beadwork.

Athabascan Beadwork

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Beads and Things

Marla’s beadwork

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eff yeah indigenous fashion! : Photo

My mom made this, people order this from her when they (or someone they know) gets married. #beaded #wallhanging #weddingdate #koyukon #athabascan #original #alaskan #native

Never again! Fingers hurt. Now to make some easy peasy earrings. #beadedwallet #beaded #beadwork #rose #redrose #beadedrose #instacollage

Small purse with beaded moosehide sewn on. #beaded #beadwork #flowers #athabascan

Fairbanks: Interior Alaska Athabascan clothing at the Fairbanks Museum of the North. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nenana: Locally produced Native Alaska Athabascan art at the Alfred Starr Cultural Center. This building offers one of the few authentic places you can buy Native art in roadside Alaska. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nenana: Locally produced Alaska Athabascan Native artwork, including traditional beaded items made of moosehide. This is the Nenana Cultural Center. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nenana: A blend of old and new -- modern commercial work gloves decorated with traditional Athabascan Indian Alaska beadwork and fur. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nenana: Genuine Alaska Athabascan Native art, including beadwork and baskets, is available for sale at the Nenana Cultural Center. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Dene beadwork

With My Needle: Alaskan Beadwork

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Ft. Yukon beadwork

Morris Thompson Cultural Center in Fairbanks, Alaska, November 2014, beautiful beadwork on moose hide!

Canadian Beaded Moosehide Wall Hanging : Lot 41