Keeping the tradition of Navajo moccasin-making alive

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Keeping the tradition of Navajo moccasin-making alive

Brent Toadlena, of Tsaile, N.M., pulls a string while assembling a moccasin during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.
Leon Wheeler, of Shiprock, N.M., shares a footprint outline that serves as the foundation of every moccasin during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.
Donnaleigh Dedman speaks to guests about the design foundations of her moccasins during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.
Harry Walters, of Cove, N.M., shares stories with guests about his moccasins during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.

Keeping the tradition of Navajo moccasin-making alive

Brent Toadlena, of Tsaile, N.M., pulls a string while assembling a moccasin during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.
Leon Wheeler, of Shiprock, N.M., shares a footprint outline that serves as the foundation of every moccasin during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.
Donnaleigh Dedman speaks to guests about the design foundations of her moccasins during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.
Harry Walters, of Cove, N.M., shares stories with guests about his moccasins during a moccasin making demonstration at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock , N.M., on Nov. 8. The gathering of moccasin makers was part of the Navajo Nation Museum Arts, Cultural, Language Immersion, Lecture & Working Series that Clarenda Begay, the museum curator, organized.
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