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Sioux Pottery Stories

Below you will find some Lakota legends and stories. To read the full story, simply click on the link.



Peace Pipe Legend: Red Feather has created a design, for Sioux Pottery alone, blending our unique Native American made pottery with the legend of the peace pipe.

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Wedding Vase: Wedding Vases were widely used by many Native American tribes. Many believe that as part of the ancient marriage ceremony the medicine man would prepare a special potion for the young lovers.

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Dreamcatcher: The dream catcher is used by the Native Americans as a token of good luck. The dream catcher is the web of life.

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Medicine Wheel: The Native American medicine wheel is an ancient religious symbol. The four bars identify the four cardinal directions.

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Mandella: The Mandella is a variation of a dance shield used by the plains Indians, influenced by the herders of the Southwest. It was thought to have brought its owner good luck, prosperity, and happiness. It is made of all natural products such as leather, w

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The Story of Kokopelli: As with all legends handed down from generation to generation, there exists an array of tales animating many a hero and Kokopelli is no exception.

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Sioux Pottery - The beginning and now: The factory began as a hobby for Mildred Arhlin. She made small figurines in a building previously used as a service station (believed to be a Sinclair station).

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White Buffalo Calf Woman by Richard Underbaggage: Many moons ago, two Lakota hunters from the Itazipechola (Without Bows) band were sent by their chief to look for buffalo. It had been a harsh bitter-cold winter...

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The Legend of Red Clay: May Grandfather once told me a legend about the mystic red clay that surrounds the Black Hills (Paha Sapa).

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The Turtle: The turtle symbolizes long life, dedication, and steadfastness.

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The Eagle Feather: The eagle when seen in flight meant good luck to those fortunate enough to see our relative in flight.

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