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HOPI MEN , circa 1900

HOPI MEN , circa 1900


Title: Jicarilla girl in feast dress Creator(s): Curtis, Edward S., photographer Date Created/Published: January Medium: 1 photographic print.

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Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman; He's My Favorite Native American out of all the rest and In my opinion when God created him; He created a Beautiful Masterpiece<3 I don't have to know someone personally because I feel within my heart to know when I see a good person and when I first saw him I just knew in my heart that He was truly a Gentleman with a Gentle Soul that had a Big Heart and He was a Good Man/Husband/Father/Grandfather and so forth with Great Values/Skills also a Wiseman<3 He is…

Floyd Red Crow Westerman There is an ancient Indian saying~ Something lives only as long as the last person who remembers it.

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~1890: Arizona Swayney (Blankenship), a Cherokee student,  demonstrates basket making. She attended Hampton Normal & Agricultural Institute in Virginia, a school founded in 1868 to educate African American freedmen. After 1877 the school also accepted Native Americans, and she attended Hampton Institute 1896 to1903. She returned as a faculty member from 1904 to 1906 to teach basketry, pottery, and lace-making. Links to her descendant's site.

This photograph, probably taken in the or early shows Arizona Swayney, a Cherokee student at Hampton Institute, making a basket. To the right of the photograph are several finished river cane.