Contemporary & Traditional Beadwork, Choctaw Bandoliers or “eskofatshi”
P.O. Box 11
Stites, ID, 83552, USA
Ceremonial Pipes, Leather Bags, Pottery
19202 N. 17th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ, 85027, USA
Arrowheads, Pipes, Arrows
6724 East King St.
Tulsa, OK, 74115, USA
12201 S. Czech Hall Road
Mustang, OK, 73064, usa
beadwork, leatherwork, drums, dresses, shirts
P. O. Box 9124
Santa Fe, NM, 87504, USA
2845 Prairie Creek Dr.
Plano, TX, 75075, USA
P. O. Box 11224
Prescott, AZ, 86304, USA
Engraved blackpowder horns, antlers. Specializing in beaded walking sticks or dancing sticks.
(530) 865-8048 (fax)
6275 County Road 9
Orlando, CA, 95963, USA
310 Rudd Road
Youngsville, NC , 27596, United States
Authentic Native American reproduction: drums, pipes, sculptures, and jewelry. In different mediums such as hides, stone, bone, wood, turquoise, glass, silver and brass.
2810 NW 1042 Ave Wilburton, OK 74538 (918) 917-3370
You may find John Awdoeawl Johnson White on Facebook
I design and create thru spirit, medicine bags, for the individual spirit. I am a published poetess, and I also design and paint stones of eternity, or sea shells from teh Pascagoula Mermaid, all spirit friends interested in my journey of creativity.
Nitak Fallaya (Until the Day that Lasts Forever)
For several years, I have been performing as a Native American storyteller in the St. Louis area, focusing on traditional stories. Tim Tingle has been working as my mentor through this time, and continues to do so. I have performed in a variety of settings and to a variety of groups, including the Choctaw Storytelling Festival, the International Institute of St Louis’ Festival of Nations, Kindercare (pre-school), Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, as well as others.
I have been making regalia for many years, primarily I have made Choctaw dress and Cherokee Tear dresses (which can be seen in the photo). As well I make hand-fringed dance shawls and beadwork including collars, rosettes and barrettes.
P.O. Box 142597
St. Louis, MO 63114