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    Black Mesa Weavers for Life and Land
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A nonprofit cooperative enterprise of the Dine' of Black Mesa, fair-trading wool, weavings, and mohair and working with many other indigenous and environmental groups in the region.
    Migrations - Native American Art & Crafts
      US - Northeast
    Migrations offers older to contemporary North American Indian, Inuit, and Eskimo arts--weavings, pottery, baskets, jewelry, sculpture, in an informative context. There is a photoessay on traditional Acoma pottery making, focusing on the work of one of the great Acoma pottery families. "Wings To Fly With" also publishes poetry about the visual arts in "Weaving the Light" (Navajo weaving), "Listening to the Stone" (Inuit & Eskimo carvings), and with reference to environmental concerns in "Whales and other sea mammals," with links to other Native American and ecological resources on the web. Migrations also has storytelling pages, of stories told by a Northwest Coast storyteller, Johnny Moses.
    Navajo Baskets
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo baskets are usually made with a two-rod-and-bundle-coiled technique of sumac and yucca.  Natural materials are used to dye the material.




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