All Indians Made Beautiful Things, by Victoria

This stamp commemorates the Arts and Crafts of many different groups. The necklace is from the Eastern Woodland Indians. It's design is from Florida. The earrings and ring is from the Navajo Indians. They were known for their silver work. Navajo Indians still use plants, rocks, and minerals for color. Today, Navajo women weave colorful belts, rugs, and blankets from homespun wool. The pottery and vases are by the Pueblo Indians. The Pueblo Indians usually put geometric shapes on their pottery. Other Pueblo Indians though, drew pictures of plants or animals on their pottery.

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