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December 9, 2001 - May 19, 2002
Location: George Gustav Heye Center, Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House
The artistic, cultural, economic, and political significance of beadwork in the lives of the Iroquois people is examined through more than 300 examples, including clothing, moccasins, beaded picture frames. How beadwork has been used to cross cultural boundaries is also examined.