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18627
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Although the Catawba Nation of Indians is dispersed across the United States and part of Mexico, remnants of their once consolidated culture remain in arenas such pottery, where Catawba potters still produce distinctive pieces.
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35407
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This was M.R. Harrington’s account of the discovery of Iroquois pottery surviving among the Eastern Cherokee, uncovered during his 1908-1909 expedition. Focused upon were the three principle forms of pottery characteristic of the Eastern Cherokee. Also discussed were three Eastern Cherokee women playing an active role in keeping the tradition alive, its production process, and similarities between Eastern Cherokee and New York Iroquois pottery.
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35114
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This was M.R. Harrington’s account of the discovery of Iroquois pottery surviving among the Eastern Cherokee, uncovered during his 1908-1909 expedition. Focused upon were the three principle forms of pottery characteristic of the Eastern Cherokee. Also discussed were three Eastern Cherokee women playing an active role in keeping the tradition alive, its production process, and similarities between Eastern Cherokee and New York Iroquois pottery.