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    Lisa Telford - Haida basket weaver
    Haida US - Northwest
    Photographic tour of this artists work and life. Lisa Telford appears appears as part of the National Museum of the American Indian's Native Arts Program.
    National Museum of the American Indian
       
    The major US museum of native American artifacts, history, culture, and programs which promote understanding through collaboration with indigenous peoples of the world.
    Who stole the teepee? NMAI
      United States
    Reflections on Native Realities: "Who stole the tee pee?" is a question posed by artist George Littlechild. It's another way of asking, "What happened to our traditions?" Missionaries, soldiers, teachers, government officials, and social reformers took away much of what our ancestors had. Did they steal the tee pee? Or did they create a situation in which some of our relatives were more than willing to give it up?




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