Native Heritage Month: Baby Steps

  Tiny Handmade, Hand-Beaded Athabascan Baby Mocassins   Even the smallest Alaska child – living in one of the most isolated and cold places...

 

Tiny Handmade, Hand-Beaded Athabascan Baby Mocassins 

Even the smallest Alaska child – living in one of the most isolated and cold places in the world – deserved beautiful, lovingly decorated footwear. 

These baby shoes are made of moosehide, and are on display at the Morris Thompson Cultural Center of the Tanana people – in Fairbanks, Alaska.



This is a story by the Copper River Country Journal celebrating Native Heritage Month, 2021. 


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