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Jamie Wooley beadwork artist: Cherokee tie-belt

Jamie Wooley beadwork artist: Cherokee tie-belt

Seminole or Muscogee beaded sash, ca. 1870s, Oklahoma, from the collection of the Oklahoma History Center, OKC OK

Seminole or Muscogee beaded sash, ca. 1870s, Oklahoma, from the collection of the Oklahoma History Center, OKC OK

Martha Berry: Cherokee Beadwork Artist. Winner: First Place; Jewelry, Beadwork, and Metalsmithing; 7th Annual Homecoming Art Show, Cherokee Heritage Center Museum, Tahlequah, OK, October 5 - December 31, 2002

Martha Berry: Cherokee Beadwork Artist. Winner: First Place; Jewelry, Beadwork, and Metalsmithing; 7th Annual Homecoming Art Show, Cherokee Heritage Center Museum, Tahlequah, OK, October 5 - December 31, 2002

SOUTHERN: CHEROKEE This is a handcarved shell called a gorget. The design is a traditional southeastern design revived from archeological digs. The image is of a woodpecker and a four directional symbol in the center.

SOUTHERN: CHEROKEE This is a handcarved shell called a gorget. The design is a traditional southeastern design revived from archeological digs. The image is of a woodpecker and a four directional symbol in the center.

Martha Berry: Cherokee Beadwork Artist. Traditional Southeastern Square Woven Beaded Knee Bands -- won 2nd Prize at 6th Annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show; Cherokee Heritage Center Museum, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Martha Berry: Cherokee Beadwork Artist. Traditional Southeastern Square Woven Beaded Knee Bands -- won 2nd Prize at 6th Annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show; Cherokee Heritage Center Museum, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

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