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Nellie Two Bears Gates

Nellie Two Bears Gates (Dakota: Maȟpíya Boǧáŋwiŋ, ca. 1854–1935) was a Native American artist whose beadwork depicted Yanktonai Dakota history and culture.[1] Beaded suitcases and valises that she gave as…

Westlock

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Natalia Toro

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2017–18 CWHL season

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