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    If you are like me, you marvel at bead work, quill work or leather work in general. Myself, I couldn’t sew a bead even before I lost my vision! Again, as will all the pages of this sort, I am not promoting the sites listed here for any type of gain. I am simply putting their wares/examples up for the Seeker to enjoy the artistic work of Native Americans…so enjoy, and if you do, then check out the sites themselves for more eye treasures!

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Many have emailed asking for a leather and Native American craft supply store,
Here is a shop that is owned by
Standing Bear, of the Onondaga Peoples of the Iroquois Confederacy.
http://sbearstradingpost.com
H. Malcom Grimmer – Antique American Indian Art:  www.hmgrimmer.com
A very nicely set up site with some exotic Native American antiques. Definitely worth a look. 
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Assinaboine Girl’s Leggings – circa 1880 Arapahoe Tobacco Bag – circa 1870 Arapahoe Parfleche Bag – circa 1860 Cheyenne Tobacco Bag – circa 1880
Cheyenne Tobacco Bag – circa 1880 Cheyenne Tobacco Bag – circa 1870 Cheyenne Toy Cradle – circa 1870 Comanche Moccasins – Circa 1870
Commanche Toy Cradle – circa 1880 Crow Knife Sheath – circa 1880 Kiowa Doll Cradle – circa 1880 Jicarilla Apache Hair Tie – circa 1880
Oto Child’s Vest (front) – 1890 Oto Child’s Vest (back) Sioux Parfleche Bag – circa 1880
Sioux Boy’s Vest (front) – circa 1880 Sioux Boy’s Vest (back) Ute War Shirt – circa 1880
Crow Parfleche – 1880/1890
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