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1849 C Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20240, United States

The department’s Indian Craft Shop has been representing Native American artists since 1938, showcasing an array of traditional works by 60 tribes. Among the pieces: stone animal fetish carvings by the Zuni Pueblo, Navajo rugs and sand paintings, Santa Clara Pueblo pottery, and sculptures of Alaskan critters by the Yupik and Inupiat.

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Department of the Interior’s Indian Craft Shop

The department’s Indian Craft Shop has been representing Native American artists since 1938, showcasing an array of traditional works by 60 tribes. Among the pieces: stone animal fetish carvings by the Zuni Pueblo, Navajo rugs and sand paintings, Santa Clara Pueblo pottery, and sculptures of Alaskan critters by the Yupik and Inupiat.