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waapaahšiki siipiiwi. ciika kineepikwameekwa siipionki View of the Wabash, Near Its Confluence with the Eel, 1837-1871 Graph...
Thumb_01 waapaahšiki siipiiwi Scene on the Wabash Near the Indian National Reserve, 1837-1871 Graphite on paper Tippecanoe County...
ataacimoonimawa, akaloosionimawa Their Stories, Their Words This noteworthy exhibition is a story told in images, objects and wor...
Thumb_01 Cecaahkwaki peemihsaaciki Cranes Migrating Photo courtesy of Karen Baldwin
niiši-hkwa išiliniyankwi Our Way of Being As Myaamia we have never relinquished our right to determine our place in the world. Thi...
meešiminaakosiyankwi Our Customs Living cultures are neither static nor fixed in time and there are many forces that cause chang...
eehkwaatamenki peepankihšaapiikahkia Ribbonwork Myaamia people have always decorated their bodies, clothes and other items in intri...
Thumb_01 Pipe Stems and Bowls
Thumb_08 ahpwaakanti Pipe Stem, 19th century Wood and pigment Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 2194
Thumb_04 ahpwaakanti Pipe Stem, c. 1797 Wood, pigment and silk ribbon University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and An...