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· Making A Trade Bead Necklace

             Crafts by Craig Jones

· Huron Wall Pockets from Moose Legs

             Material Culture by Richard Green

· Southwestern Prehistoric Artifacts

               Material Culture by Jim Owens

· Men’s Moccasins in the Classic 19th Century Kiowa Style

               MoccasinCorner by Michael Kostelnik

· Flathead

               Glimpses by Allen Chronister

· Fashion Week in New York

               PowwowFashions by Craig Jones

 

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Our next issue, Vol. 47 # 6, Issue 322

 

· Red Background in Sioux Beadwork

             Material Culture by Richard Green

· Oglala Beaded Hide Dresses

             Material Culture by Richard Green

· Beaded Hoops

             Crafts by Scott Thompson

· Butterfly Maiden Kachina

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             Glimpses by Bill Walker & Richard Green

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             History by Aaron Roth & Rebekha Crockett

 

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