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    • Pottery: bowl, chicken

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This Indian Arts and Crafts Board photograph depicts a modeled earthenware pottery bowl that is an effigy made in the form of a chicken. The coiled pot with incised designs was made by Cora Wahnetah, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee...
    • Pottery: bowl

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This photograph was taken by the United States Department of the Interior, Indian Arts and Crafts Board. It is a close view of a clay bowl with a bird motif made by Cora Wahnetah. Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986) was a renowned Cherokee potter who...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery vase was made by Cherokee potter, Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), who is also known as Cora Wahyahneetah. A double-spouted vase, like this one, is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The earthenware clay was shaped using the...
    • Pottery: vase

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This Indian Arts and Crafts Board photograph is of an earthenware vase made with incised designs and burnished neck. It was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), also known Cora Wahyahneetah, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians....
    • Pottery: lamp

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery oil lamp was made by Cherokee potter, Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), whose name was also spelled, Cora Wahyahneetah. A shallow stable bowl form was used to burn oil to create light. The handle of this particular oil lamp is...
    • Pottery: lamp

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery oil lamp was made by Cherokee potter, Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), who is also known as Cora Wahyahneetah. A shallow stable bowl form was used to burn oil to create light. The handle of this particular oil lamp is...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery vase was made by Cherokee potter Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), whose is also known as Cora Wahyahneetah. A double-spouted vase, like this one, is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The white earthenware clay was shaped using...
    • Pottery: animal form

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery bird form was made by Cherokee potter Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), whose is also known as Cora Wahyahneetah. The earthenware clay was shaped using the coil method, and was burnished, before impressing the clay.
    • Pottery: water jug

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated water jug was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated vase was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Pottery: bowl

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated bowl was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated vase was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated vase was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Cherokee Indian Pottery and Bead Maker

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    • This is a postcard of a Cherokee woman, identified as Cora Wahnetah, posing with a bead loom and display of pottery. A member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986) was also known Cora Wahyahneetah. The description...
    • Pottery by Cora Wahnetah

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board
    • This exhibition brochure was created to accompany a 1971 solo exhibition of pottery by Cora Wahneta. A member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986) was also known Cora Wahyahneetah. The exhibition was organized by...
    • Cora Wahnetah

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board;
    • This photograph was taken by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Indian Arts and Crafts Board. It shows Cora Wahnetah decorating a hand built pot with a carved paddle. Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986) was a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to...
    • Cora Wahnetah and Mack Ross

    • unknown
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer shows Cora Wahnetah with McKinley "Mack" Ross (1899-1990). Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986) was a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella...
    • Cora Wahnetah

    • unknown
    • Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), pictured in this undated photograph, learned the techniques of both coiled and modeled pottery from her mother, Ella Long Arch (b. 1889). She used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to add a...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986
    • This undated pottery vase was made by Cherokee potter Cora Wahnetah. Its rim is burnished to a smooth finish. The body of the pot is deeply incised in the Friendship pattern.
    •  Pottery: snake vessel

    • Owl, Susannah Harris
    • This finely modeled pottery vessel with a snake motif was made by Susannah Harris Owl (1847–1934). Susannah Harris was born in 1847 on Catawba land along the banks of the Catawba River in what is now York, South Carolina, ten miles south of Rock...

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