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Pueblo Pottery, HISTORIC - Early Contemp 1870-1950 - 'Acoma pottery; effigy canteen with open mouth' - Len Wood's Indian Territory

MISSIPPIAN STONE EFFIGY PIPE in the form of a bird, finely carved with the wings held tightly to the body, the head with curving beak, and pointed eye rims inset with red beads, surmounted by a tall, cylindrical bowl affixed with an old label reading: "Steatite Bird Effigy Pipe Wayne County Kentucky."    length 6 1/2 in.

Here for your browsing pleasure is a grand photo of Two Zuni Indian Girls. It was made in 1903 by Edward S. Curtis. The photo documents Two Zuni girls standing in front of a pueblo building. We have compiled this collection of photos mainly to serve as a vital educational resource.

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Modern Indigenous Tribal Garbs : Steampunk Native Americans

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Catawba Indian Pottery Effigy Jar by Sara Ayers

Alternate view, Catawba Indian effigy vase. Signed Sara Ayers.

Indian-carved Maple butter Paddle with Horse Effigy Handle, the Brothertown Indian tribe, Clinton, New York, 19th century, 9.5 L.