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  • Source Institution: Museum of the Cherokee (and)
  • Craft Category: pottery
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    •  Cherokee museum display

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    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows a display of craft objects at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. The exhibit features a variety of Cherokee craft traditions and showcases the work of reknowned potters, basket makers, and...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Cherokee pottery exhibit

    • unknown
    • This photograph, by an unknown photographer, shows a pottery exhibit on display at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, circa 1976. Many of the pieces resemble pottery that was known to have been made by the Cherokee prior to European contact. ...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Maude Welch

    • Roberts, Vivienne;
    • This photograph from the 1940s shows Maude Welch, a renowned Cherokee potter, making pottery on her front porch. Welch was born in 1894 near Cooper's Creek in the Bird Town section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed and carved from...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Maude Welch

    • Roberts, Vivienne;
    • This photograph from the 1940s shows Maude Welch, a renowned Cherokee potter, making pottery on her front porch. Welch was born in 1894 near Cooper's Creek in the Bird Town section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed and carved from...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Cherokee women making pottery

    • Mooney, James, 1861-1921
    • This 1900 photograph from the Smithsonian's National Anthropological Archives depicts Cherokee women making pottery. The woman on the left is Katalsta, the daughter of Drowning Bear or Yonaguska, arguably the most prominent chief of the Eastern...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Cherokee women making pottery

    • Mooney, James, 1861-1921
    • This 1900 photograph from the Smithsonian's National Anthropological Archives depicts Cherokee women making pottery. The woman on the left is Katalsta, the daughter of Drowning Bear or Yonaguska, arguably the most prominent chief of the Eastern...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Cherokee pottery, archeological excavation, 1877

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    • This 1877 photograph, by an unknown photographer, was taken of an assortment of pottery that was excavated from a farm site in Lebanon, Tennessee. Several of these resemble pieces of pottery forms that were known to have been made by the Cherokee...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Oconaluftee Indian Village: Amanda Swimmer pottery demonstration

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    • This photograph shows Cherokee potter Amanda Swimmer demonstrating at the Oconaluftee Indian Village. Located on the Qualla Boundary, lands belonging to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the village features recreated Cherokee dwellings and...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    •  Oconaluftee Indian Village: Mabel Bigmeat, potter demonstration

    • unknown
    • This photograph shows a Cherokee potter, Mabel Bigmeat demonstrating at the Oconaluftee Indian Village. Located on the Qualla Boundary, lands belonging to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the village features recreated Cherokee dwellings and...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;

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