Navajo, Pueblo, and other Southwestern Weavings

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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Navajo Weaving
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Navajo Weaving Detail
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Rio Grande Weaving
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Rio Grande Weaving Detail
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Rio Grande Pueblo Poncho
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Rio Grande Pueblo Poncho Detail
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Rio Grande Pueblo Poncho
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Rio Grande Pueblo Poncho Detail
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This gallery features a selection from the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History's collection of Southwestern weavings. As is often the case, many are minimally documented in museum files, and often even the cultural affiliation is uncertain. Identifications are presented here to the best of our ability, but additional information is welcomed from viewers and will be used to augment Collections records. Text by Pam Endzweig and web development by Robert Voelker-Morris and Keith Hamm. Images © UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Production of this gallery was generously supported by The Ford Family Foundation.