Shawnee Indian Bead Artwork 1830s - Stock image

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'Beaded Shawnee Native American warrior clothing decoration dating to 1830s - typically part of a breastplate, headdress or headband. The original Shawnee homeland was Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. But the Shawnee were far-ranging people, with villages as far north as New York state and as far south as Georgia. Today most Shawnee live in Oklahoma, having been transferred there by the US government. Originally, beads were carved from natural materials like shells, coral, turquoise and other stones, copper and silver, wood, amber, ivory, and animal bones, horns, and teeth. Glass beads were not used until the colonists brought them from Europe 500 years ago, but like horses, they quickly became part of American Indian culture. Today glass beads, particularly fine seed beads, are the primary materials for traditional Shawnee beaders.'
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