Ktunaxa Beadwork (Photo Diary)

November 24, 2019 admin 0

The traditional territories of the Ktunaxa people—also known as the Kootenai—was in the Rocky Mountains of Montana and British Columbia. Their hunting and gathering economy […]

Columbia River Beadwork

September 26, 2017 admin 0

Today, the Columbia River marks the boundary between Oregon and Washington. The river was named for the ship Columbia Rediviva whose captain, John Gray, sailed […]

Plateau Indian Beadwork (Photo Diary)

February 17, 2013 admin 0

In American Indian cultures, art is not separate from daily life. Traditionally, the things people used in their everyday life-clothing, tools, housing, containers-were often decorated […]