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Pottery and Preservation

Pottery and Preservation

The Indian Arts Research Center located at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico is home to 12,000 items of southwest Native American art. The collection is rooted in a time when scholars and others shared the concern that tribes would eventually vanish and that was...
Discover Oregon’s Indian Country, Part 1: Portland, a Cultural Hub

Discover Oregon’s Indian Country, Part 1: Portland, a Cultural Hub

Home to nine tribes, Oregon once served as the territory of 50 tribal nations. Today, their descendants carry on unique, indigenous traditions at Indian reservations, cultural centers, and in urban locales statewide. While Portland is a considerable distance from most of Oregon’s nine reservations, the city in the state’s corner...

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Passing Down the Tradition of the Comanche Dance

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