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The Indian Arts and Crafts Board, established by Congress in 1935 as part of the US Department of the Interior, has the mission of promoting and protecting Native artists and their work. Knowing the difficulties Native artists face in marketing their work and receiving a fair price for it, the IACB takes a multi-pronged approach […]
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Their ancestors migrated to the Canon de San Diego region they still live in today in the thirteenth century. Once there, they built stone fortresses up to four stories high, some with as many as three thousand rooms. To provide for the nearly 30,000 people who called the Jemez Nation home, there were smaller base camps that connected the people to the large pueblos. Jemez people were...

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