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  • Subject - Craft: Cherokee Indian (or)
  • Subject - Group: Cherokee Indian (and)
  • Medium of Original: photographs (and)
  • Source Institution: Museum of the Cherokee
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    • Cherokee museum display

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows a display of craft objects at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. A variety of Cherokee craft traditions includes pottery, baskets, and woodwork. In the upper right are a series of carved...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Cherokee museum display

    • unknown
    • 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;
    • Mask: wood

    • unknown; West Long, Will
    • This undated photograph shows a Cherokee dance mask that was carved around 1940 by renowned Cherokee woodcarver Will West Long. In addition to being known for his talent at woodworking, Long was a widely respected authority on Cherokee culture and...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Mask: wood

    • unknown; Jessan, Sim
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows an example of a Cherokee snake mask carved by Sim Jessan in the 1970s. Cherokee masks were typically carved from buckeye or poplar, but were also be made from hornets' nests, animal hides,...
    • 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;
    • Cherokee baskets

    • DuPuy, Edward L.; United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board;
    • This undated photograph of Cherokee baskets was taken by Edward L. DuPuy for the Indian Arts and Crafts Board. The variety of basket styles and materials in this photograph reflects the many kinds of baskets made by Cherokee craftspeople. The...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Woodcarving: walnut plaque

    • unknown; Chiltoskey, Goingback, 1907-2000;
    • This photograph, taken by an unknown photographer, is of a walnut plaque carved by renowned Cherokee woodcarver, Goingback Chiltoskey (also spelled "Chiltosky" and "Chiltoskie"). This plaque has Goingback Chiltoskey's name and the year "1933"...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Woodcarving: bookends

    • unknown; Chiltoskey, Goingback, 1907-2000;
    • This photograph, taken by an unknown photographer, is of a pair of matching bookends carved in walnut by renowned Cherokee craftsmen Goingback Chiltoskey in 1932 (Chiltoskey's last name is sometimes seen spelled Chiltosky or Chiltoskie). On the...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Mask: wood

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph shows an example of a Cherokee dance mask. The name of the carver is unknown, as is the name of the photographer. Cherokee masks were typically carved from buckeye or poplar, but were also be made from hornets' nests, animal...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Mask: wood

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows an example of a Cherokee dance mask. The name of the carver is unknown. Cherokee masks were typically carved from buckeye or poplar, but were also be made from hornets' nests, animal hides,...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Mask: wood

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows an example of a Cherokee dance mask. The mask maker's name is unknown. Cherokee masks were typically carved from buckeye or poplar, but were also be made from hornets' nests, animal hides, or...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Mask: wood

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows an example of a Cherokee dance mask. The mask maker's name is unknown. Cherokee masks were typically carved from buckeye or poplar, but were also be made from hornets' nests, animal hides, or...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Mask: gourd

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows an example of a Cherokee dance mask called a "booger" mask. The mask maker's name is unknown. Cherokee masks were typically carved from buckeye or poplar, but were also be made from hornets'...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Mask: wood

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph shows an example of a Cherokee “booger” mask The names of the carver and the photographer are unknown. Cherokee masks were typically carved from buckeye or poplar, but were also be made from hornets' nests, animal...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Cherokee artifacts

    • unknown
    • This photograph, taken in 1932, was included in the Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 133, published in 1943. It shows a variety of Cherokee craft and dance objects including, clockwise from top left, a set of clothing,...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Amanda Smoker

    • unknown
    • In this 1986 photograph, Cherokee basket weaver Amanda Elaine Smoker (1916-2010) is working on the base of a white oak basket. This photograph is from a series that documents white oak basket weaving by Smoker, a member of the Eastern Band of...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Amanda Smoker

    • unknown
    • In this 1986 photograph, Cherokee basket weaver Amanda Elaine Smoker (1916-2010) uses a pocketknife to trim a white oak split. This photograph is from a series that documents white oak basket weaving by Smoker, a member of the Eastern Band of...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Amanda Smoker

    • unknown
    • In this 1986 photograph, Cherokee basket weaver Amanda Elaine Smoker (1916-2000) is starting work on the base of a white oak basket. This photograph is from a series that documents white oak basket weaving by Smoker, a member of the Eastern Band...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Amanda Smoker

    • unknown
    • In this 1986 photograph, Cherokee basket weaver Amanda Elaine Smoker (1916-2010) is weaving the base of a white oak basket. This photograph is from a series that documents white oak basket weaving by Smoker, a member of the Eastern Band of...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;
    • Amanda Smoker

    • unknown
    • In this 1986 photograph, Cherokee basket weaver Amanda Elaine Smoker (1916-2010) is weaving the sides of a white oak basket. This photograph is from a series that documents white oak basket weaving by Smoker, a member of the Eastern Band of...
    • Museum of the Cherokee;

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