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COCHITI PUEBLO POTTERY DONKEY STORYTELLER by VANGIE SUINA 6 CHILDREN

COCHITI PUEBLO POTTERY DONKEY STORYTELLER by VANGIE SUINA 6 CHILDREN

Southwest American Indian Storytellers or "Singing Mothers" figures. Native American Indians did not write down their history; they passed down their legends through  "storyteller dolls"

Southwest American Indian Storytellers or "Singing Mothers" figures. Native American Indians did not write down their history; they passed down their legends through "storyteller dolls"

Seated male and female clay figurines with their mouths open, these delightful clay storytellers were started in 1964 by  Helen Cordero, a potter from Cochiti, New Mexico, as a tribute to her grandfather, Santiago Quintana, who always told stories to his grandchildren.

Seated male and female clay figurines with their mouths open, these delightful clay storytellers were started in 1964 by Helen Cordero, a potter from Cochiti, New Mexico, as a tribute to her grandfather, Santiago Quintana, who always told stories to his grandchildren.

Jemez Pueblo Pottery Nativity Scene by Linda Fragua

Jemez Pueblo Pottery Nativity Scene by Linda Fragua

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