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    • Joan Mondale

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    • In this photograph, Joan Mondale (standing center), wife of Vice President Mondale, holds a single weave rivercane basket. Looking on are members of her delegation. The photograph was made on June 7, 1977 when Mrs. Mondale attended the ground...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Folk Art Center ground breaking ceremony

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    • This photograph was made on June 7, 1977 on the occasion of the ground breaking of the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, North Carolina. Attending the event was Joan Mondale, wife of Vice President Mondale. Mondale was...
    • Southern Highland Craft Guild;
    • Louise Bigmeat Maney

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    • Louise Bigmeat Maney (1932-2001) was raised on Wrights Creek in the Painttown community of Cherokee, North Carolina. A member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, she was a third-generation potter. While she was a young child, she and her two...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Folk Art Center ground breaking ceremony

    • Gaynes, David
    • This photograph was made on June 7, 1977 on the occasion of the ground breaking of the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, North Carolina. Attending the event was Joan Mondale, wife of Vice President Mondale. Mondale was...
    • Southern Highland Craft Guild;
    • Betty DuPree

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    • Although Betty DuPree (1929-2012) was born and raised in Cherokee, North Carolina, she lived much of her adult years away from the area, having accompanied her husband to the Southwest where he worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. She returned...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Betty DuPree

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    • Betty DuPree (1929-2012) was born and raised in Cherokee, North Carolina, she lived much of her adult years away from the area, having accompanied her husband to the Southwest where he worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. She returned to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Miss Cherokee

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    • In this photograph, Miss Cherokee, Debbie Conseen (right) greets Joan Mondale, wife of Vice President Mondale. The photograph was made on June 7, 1977 when Mrs. Mondale attended the ground breaking of the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Velma Lossiah

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    • Velma Lossiah (b. 1941) is a beadworker. She grew up on Qualla Boundary’s Big Cove community, home to many of the Cherokee’s best known craftsmen. Still, she was self taught beadworker. She specializes in the use of glass seed beads and creates...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Louise Bigmeat Maney

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    • Louise Bigmeat Maney (1932-2001) was raised on Wrights Creek in the Painttown community of Cherokee, North Carolina. A member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Maney was a third-generation potter. While she was a young child, she and her...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Mary Shell

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    • Mary Shell (b. 1913), a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee, was born and raised on the Qualla Boundary. A renowned sash weaver, Shell looked for a craft that she enjoyed doing. In 1956 she got a job at the Oconaluftee Indian Village where she...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Mary Shell

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    • Mary Shell (b. 1913), a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee, was born and raised on the Qualla Boundary. A renowned sash weaver, Shell looked for a craft that she enjoyed doing. In 1956 she got a job at the Oconaluftee Indian Village where she...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Mary Shell

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    • Mary Shell (b. 1913), a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee, was born and raised on the Qualla Boundary in Cherokee, North Carolina. A renowned sash weaver, Shell looked for a craft that she enjoyed doing. In 1956 she got a job at the...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Edmund Youngbird

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    • Edmund Youngbird (1922-1995) was born in the Wolf Town community on the Qualla Boundary in Cherokee, North Carolina. His grandmother, Sally Ann Stamper, and his mother, Lizzie “Nannie” Youngbird were both weavers of baskets. Edmund Youngbird...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Nancy Conseen

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    • Nancy Conseen (1929-1997) was born in Cherokee, North Carolina on the eve of the Great Depression. When she was just six years old, she learned to weave white oak and honeysuckle baskets from her mother, Caroline Conseen. In school she learned to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Nancy Conseen

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    • Nancy Conseen (1929-1997) was born in Cherokee, North Carolina on the eve of the Great Depression. When she was just six years old, she learned to weave white oak and honeysuckle baskets from her mother, Caroline Conseen. In school she learned to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Nancy Conseen

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    • Nancy Conseen (1929-1997) was born in Cherokee, North Carolina on the eve of the Great Depression. When she was just six years old, she learned to weave white oak and honeysuckle baskets from her mother, Caroline Conseen. In school she learned to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Cherokee craftsmen

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    • This photograph was made on June 7, 1977 on the occasion of the ground breaking of the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, North Carolina. Attending the event was Joan Mondale, wife of Vice President Mondale. A delegation of...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Mollie Blankenship

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    • Mollie Blankenship was a basketweaver and arts advocate for Eastern Band Cherokee. The first woman to be elected to Tribal Council, she served on the boards of Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the Southern Arts...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Goingback Chiltoskey

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    • Goingback Chiltoskey (1907-2000), a native of Cherokee, North Carolina and a member of the Eastern Band of a Cherokee, was a renowned woodcarver. He was known for his many carvings of animals and people and worked primarily in native woods like...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Goingback Chiltoskey

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    • Goingback Chiltoskey (1907-2000), a native of Cherokee, North Carolina and a member of the Eastern Band of a Cherokee, was a renowned woodcarver. He was known for his many carvings of animals and people and worked primarily in native woods like...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;

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