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    • Woodcarving: horsehead bookends

    • Cherokee Indian Reservation (N.C.); Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Wahdih "Watty" Chiltoskie (1897-1973), also known as Watty Chiltoskie, was a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He was born in the Piney Grove section of the Qualla Boundary. Like his parents, he spoke only Cherokee, learning English...
    • Woodcarving: horsehead bookends

    • Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Carving of pair of horsehead bookends made of wood by Cherokee artisan Wahdih "Watty" Chiltoskie (1897-1973), whose last name is sometimes seen spelled Chiltoskey or Chiltosky.
    • Woodcarving: Indian head

    • Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Carving of an Indian bust made of wood by Cherokee artisan Wahdih "Watty" Chiltoskie (1897-1973). His last name is sometimes seen spelled Chiltoskey or Chiltosky.
    • Watty Chiltoskie

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This 1970s photograph, photographer unknown, is of Wahdih "Watty" Chiltoskie (1897-1973), a woodcarver who lived and worked on the Qualla Boundary in western North Carolina. Watty Chiltoskie was the older brother of another well-known Cherokee...
    • Woodcarving: horsehead bookends

    • Cherokee Indian Reservation (N.C.); Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Wahdih "Watty" Chiltoskie (1897-1973) was a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He was born in the Piney Grove section of the Qualla Boundary. Like his parents, he spoke only Cherokee, learning English later in life. While still a...
    • Woodcarving: bookends

    • Cherokee Indian Reservation (N.C.); Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Wahdih "Watty" Chiltoskie (1897-1973), was a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He was born in the Piney Grove section of the Qualla Boundary. Like his parents, he spoke only Cherokee, learning English later in life. While still a...
    • Bill & Mary Ann Crowe

    • Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Wood-carving -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Indian wood-carving -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • William "Bill" Crowe was a woodcarver and member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He was brother to Amanda Crowe, who taught carving for many years at the Cherokee high school. William Crowe learned to carve from his uncles, Goingback...
    • Craftsman's Fair, 1953: Watty Chiltoskie

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Exhibitions -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Shown here is Cherokee woodcarver Wahdih “Watty” Chiltoskie (1897-1973), whose last name is also sometimes spelled Chiltoskey or Chiltosky, and an unidentified child. Chiltoskie was a carver who lived on the Qualla Boundary in Cherokee, North...
    • Bill Crowe

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Indian wood-carving -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Wood-carving -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • William "Bill" Crowe was a woodcarver and member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He was brother to Amanda Crowe, who taught carving for many years at the Cherokee high school. William Crowe learned to carve from his uncles, Goingback...
    • Bill Crowe

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Indian wood-carving -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Wood-carving -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • William "Bill"Crowe was a woodcarver and member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He was brother to Amanda Crowe, who taught carving for many years at the Cherokee high school. William Crowe learned to carve from his uncles, Goingback...
    • Woodcarving: mule head bookend

    • Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • This mule head bookend was carved out of walnut by Wahdih “Watty” Chiltoskie (1897-1973) in the 1930s or 1940s. Chiltoskie was the older brother of woodcarver Goingback Chiltoskey (1907-2000) and lived on the Qualla Boundary Cherokee...
    • Craftsman's Fair, 1952: Goingback and Watty Chiltoskey

    • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Exhibitions -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Cherokee Indians -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • Goingback Chiltoskey (1907-2000), seated here on the left, also known as Going Back Chiltoskie and G. B. Chiltosky, was a renowned Cherokee Indian woodcarver who also taught wood crafts at the Cherokee School in Cherokee, North Carolina. His...

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