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Authentic Native American Art By Ojibwe Elder Artist Daniel Ramirez

The "Women of the Great Lakes" is the very first section of the World's Longest Native American Painting created by Saginaw Chippewa Elder Painter Daniel Ramirez. It was partially created at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC and depicts the Elders of Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. It evolves around the theme of Matriarchy in Native Culture and Caring for Our Elders. This extraordinary project depicts over 300 women from the tribes of United States. An incredible Cultural Legacy that we want to share with the World! By collecting the different mugs, you will be able to enjoy your very own reproduction of this encyclopedic presentation of the Indigenous People of the United States. Have breakfast or tea in style and create a conversation that will enrich your life and your loved ones. It’s microwave-safe, and can be washed in dishwasher or easily cleaned with a mild detergent. White ceramic .: 15 oz (0.44 l) .: Rounded corners .: C-handle .: Lead and BPA-free

Women of the Great Lakes - Ceramic Mug 15oz

SKU: 16739623777406127121
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