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Name
Josephine Peters
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Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Peters, Josephine

Artist's work is represented in the object collection of the Heard Museum

Exhibits
Native American Jewelry and Adornment of Northwest California. Trinidad Museum. Trinidad, California. November 19, 2010 - March 1, 2011. Note: jewelers whose works are included in the catalogue includes James Gensaw (Yurok); Bob Benson (Tsnungwe); Callie Lara (Hupa-Karuk-Yurok); Richard McClellan (Hupa-Karuk-Yurok); Frank Gist Jr. (Yurok); Karen Noble (Karuk-Chimariko ); Mel Stokes (Yurok); Bradley Marshall (Hupa); Wes Crawford (Yurok); Gary Markussen (Yurok); Kishan Lara-Cooper (Hupa-Yurok); Linda Vit (Karuk-Cree); Notchko McCovey (Yurok); Jessica McCovey (Yurok); George Blake (Hupa-Yurok); Ethel Jones Williams; Mel "Buddy" Smith (Yurok); Emilio Tripp (Karuk); Rachel McCovey (Yurok); Wilverna Reece (Karuk); Thelma McNeil (Karuk); Josephine Peters (Karuk-Yurok-Shasta-Wyandot); Frank Reece (Karuk); Debra Masten Super (Yurok); Florence Harrie (Karuk); Lena Hurd (Yurok); Jeanette Eberhart (Yurok); Louisa McConnell McCovey (Hupa-Yurok); Vera Ryerson (Yurok); Holly Henscher (Karuk); Lorencita Carpenter (Hupa); Brian Tripp (Karuk); and Bradley Marshall (Hupa).
Publications
Found 1 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
Johnson, Ron and Coleen Kelley Marks. Native American Jewelry and Adornment of Northwest California. Eureka, California: Times Printing. 2010.133-1472010Josephine Peters interview, Hoopa, California, April 29, 1999. | Catalog published in conjunction with exhibition held November 19, 2010-March 1, 2011 at the Trinidad Museum, Trinidad, California.

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