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Artifact of the Week

Walpi Polychrome pottery bowl, unsigned, Hopi

clay, slip, natural paints

ca. 1920, North America

Rich in iron, Hopi clay pottery can fire from cream to light red in color. 119 more words


DAY 80

Constantly updating our home to make it homey and fun!

Silver lining

Let’s talk  Native American-made jewelry. Its got its own special kind of magic. It’s huge and small, ornate and incomplex, fundamentally storied and mystical. 537 more words


Title: Bears Ears an Gold Butte National Monuments

Author: President Obama

Location: Utah + Nevada, USA

Year of designation: 2016

This literal monument does not evoke or resemble a historical figure, or event, moment or cause, detached memory or symbolic body. 404 more words


The Zuni Tribe, Hats, MA Audubon, the #2 Pencil, and Salem MA!

In Salem, Mrs. Mary Hemenway inherited Batchelder’s Point, which is now called Forest River Park in Salem and began to build a Native American ethnological museum called the Hemenway Pueblo Museum. 665 more words


December 6, 2016,Prescott-

Thirty-six years ago, today,

on a cold and rainy night,

in Zuni,

she entered my life.

It was the night of house blessings, 119 more words


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