Ojibwe Indians | Museum Collections Up Close
Native American Jingle Cones Beaded Smoking Jacket, given to Stafford King in the early 1920s at his induction into the White Earth Band of Ojibwa. Minnesota Historical Museum.
Christie's Large Image
AN IMPORTANT EARLY HOPI POLYCHROME COTTONWOOD KACHINA DOLL Representing a dancing Shalako Mana, sold $107,000 at Christies auction sale 1st of december 2008
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"
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.
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…