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Zuni Artist Jack Weekoty

Jack Weekoty (also spelled Weekooty) was a Zuni artist born in 1916.

He produced jewelry from 1945-1975.

His hallmark, as shown in the photo below, is JW with a design around it that looks like a little shed with a roof and walls however some have interpreted the design as clouds and rain. 24 more words


Counting Kindness - Vikki Broyles

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – This Counting Kindness comes as a result of a viewer e-mail. It came from the CEO of Operation Save a Shelter Dog in Zuni. 345 more words

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Take my breath away....🎼🎤🎹

A day to be breathless for lots of different reasons!  We started ours with breakfast at our hotel in Santa Fe and as we started to select our food, who should we bump into but Mark and Linda, the lovely people we met at the Halfway Point Cafe yesterday.   721 more words

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Nancy and Ruddell Laconsello - Zuni Inlay artists

Nancy and Ruddell Laconsello are known for their beautiful Zuni inlay jewelry predominately birds.

Nancy Haloo, born in 1952, learned jewelry making from her father Jake Haloo. 178 more words

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Jewel of the day: Zuni Silver Split Wire Cuff

From Shiprock Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico comes this Zuni silver split wire silver cuff with carved turquoise leaves.

This dates from the 1970s, and is sized at 5 3/4″ for the cuff + 1″ opening, 1 1/2″ width. 12 more words


The Serpent of the Sea

The Serpent of the Sea


There was once a girl who could not bear to have a speck of dirt on her or her person, so she spent a great amount of time washing herself at a spring near her house. 686 more words

Native American Tales

Fort Apache and Kinishba

Kinishba is the most interesting thing at Fort Apache.

Fort Apache is not Alie’s favorite film in John Ford’s trilogy starring John Wayne. All were shot at least partially in Monument Valley, so perhaps it is no surprise her favorite is… 508 more words

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