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The Jemez Pueblo Harvest Celebration

The Jemez Pueblo feast day celebrating Saint Persingula, the patron saint of the Pueblo, is held every year on August 2nd. While some rituals in most feast day celebrations are very private and secret, Palms’ owner, Guy Berger, has been invited to attend this... Read more
The Snake Dance of the Hopi Indians

The Snake Dance of the Hopi Indians

The Snake Dance of the Hopi Indians Excerpts from the book by Earle R. Forrest, followed by a personal comment from Palms Trading Company Owner Guy Berger   In no other part of the world will you witness a religious ceremony during which the participants dance... Read more
The Tale of the Corn Maiden

The Tale of the Corn Maiden

 A story written by Isleta Pueblo carver Andy Abeita, this piece explores the Tale of the Corn               Maiden, and the importance of both the figure and all she represents in Pueblo Native American   culture.   In Pueblo Indian culture, there have been... Read more
The Pueblo Storyteller

The Pueblo Storyteller

  Time-honored Pueblo pottery traditions of working with clay and telling stories have merged into a modern art form: “Storyteller” pottery dolls. The art of making clay effigies is as ancient as the Anasazi peoples, who inhabited the deserts of New Mexico many... Read more
The Traditional Native American Wedding Ceremony

The Traditional Native American Wedding Ceremony

This story about the Traditional Native American Wedding Ceremony was once told to Palms Trading Company owner Guy Berger by Margaret Gutierrez, a famous potter from Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. A week or two before a couple is married by a Catholic priest, the... Read more
The Unique Art of Cochiti Pueblo

The Unique Art of Cochiti Pueblo

Every Pueblo in New Mexico has its own rich history, culture and artistic traditions, and Cochiti Pueblo is no exception. Many Cochiti Pueblo members make their living by selling their art, which includes pottery and jewelry like many other Pueblos. However, Cochiti... Read more
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