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    • Maude Welch

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee pottery -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This undated photograph was taken while Maude Welch was making pottery on the porch of her home. Maude French Welch (1894-1953) was was born near Cooper's Creek in the Birdtown section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed entirely by...
    • Maude Welch

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Exhibitions -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee art -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This photograph was taken while Maude Welch was demonstrating pottery at the 1949 Craftsman's Fair of the Southern Highlands. Maude French Welch (1894-1953) was was born near Cooper's Creek in the Birdtown section of the Qualla Boundary. Her...
    •  Pottery: bowl with handles

    • Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This pottery bowl was made by Maude Welch probably in the 1930s or 1940s. It features two handles shaped like heads. The signature on bottom reads "Made By Maude Welch Cherokee, N.C." scratched into clay and "275" "LSS" written in pencil. This bowl...
    • Craftsman's Fair, 1949: Maude Welch

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Exhibitions -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern
    • Maude Welch did basket work on the Qualla Boundary in Cherokee, North Carolina. This photograph, taken by an unknown photographer, shows Welch making bark canoes at the 1949 Craftsman's Fair of the Southern Highlands in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
    • Craftsman's Fair, 1949: Maude Welch

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Exhibitions -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Maude Welch did basket work on the Qualla Boundary in Cherokee, North Carolina. This photograph, taken by an unknown photographer, shows Welch making bark canoes at the 1949 Craftsman's Fair of the Southern Highlands in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
    • Maude Welch

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This is a photograph by Vivienne Roberts of Maude French Welch (1894-1953), a Cherokee potter who was born near Cooper's Creek in the Bird Town section of the Qualla Boundary in Cherokee, North Carolina. Mrs. Welch's pottery was formed and carved...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This undated earthenware vase was made by Cherokee potter Maude Welch. Welch was born in 1894 near Cooper's Creek in the Birdtown section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed entirely by hand and made from local clay. She used a...
    • Pottery: vase

    • Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This earthenware vase was made by Cherokee potter Maude Welch. Welch was born in 1894 near Cooper's Creek in the Birdtown section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed entirely by hand and made from local clay. She used a variety of...
    • Maude Welch

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee pottery -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This photograph from the 1940s shows Maude French Welch (1894-1953), a renowned Cherokee potter, making pottery on her front porch. Welch was born near Cooper's Creek in the Bird Town section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed and...
    • Maude Welch home

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This photograph from the 1940s shows the home of Maude French Welch (1894-1953), a renowned Cherokee potter. Upon close inspection, Welch can be seen shaping pottery on her front porch at the far left of the house. In the center of the...
    • John and Louise Maney

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer is of Cherokee potters John Henry and Louise Bigmeat Maney. Louise Bigmeat (1932-2001) was born a member of the Paint Clan, raised on Wrights Creek in Cherokee, North Carolina, and was taught how...
    • Cherokee Indian Fair  1950

    • Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Exhibitions -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • "This program for the 1950 Cherokee Indian Fair is 64 pages and documents the fair that was held on October 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7 of that year. The fair was first formally established and held regularly in 1914. Since it began, one of its main...
    • Maude Welch

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee pottery -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This photograph from the 1940s showsMaude French Welch (1894-1953), a renowned Cherokee potter, making pottery on her front porch. Welch was born near Cooper's Creek in the Bird Town section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed and...
    • Cherokee Indian Fair  1941

    • Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Exhibitions -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This program for the 28th annual Cherokee Indian Fair is 29 pages and documents the fair that was held on October 7, 8, 9, 10, & 11 in 1941. The fair was first formally established and held regularly in 1914. Since it began, one of its main...

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