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Juanita Growing Thunder Fogarty

Joyce Growing Thunder Fogarty, the grand matriarch of traditional Plains beadwork, produces clothing, tobacco bags, cradles and horse gear.

Three of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers visit Wellesley College

Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers sharing knowledge for the 7 generations to come. Love, wisdom, respect, faith passing to the next generations yet to come.

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Nathan Lee Chasing his Horse from the Rosebud Lakota Nation of South Dakota

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Juanita Growing Thunder Fogarty is an award-winning Assiniboine-Sioux bead worker and porcupine quill worker, who creates traditional Northern Plains regalia.

We Walk in Beauty: A Book of Native American Photographs & Words, Gary Auerbach

Navajo Weavers - Ruth Benally and daughter Elvira Horseherder. Photo by Gary Auerbach.

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