Wind River Native Gifts on the Wind River Indian Reservation - My Yellowstone Park

Wind River Native Gifts on the Wind River Indian Reservation

Unique and authentic gifts created on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Buy crafts, beading and fine silversmithing.
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Beaded baby moccasins. Photo courtesy of Wind River Native Gifts

Beaded baby moccasins. Photo courtesy of Wind River Native Gifts

Purchase unique and authentic gifts created on the Wind River Indian Reservation while on your way to or from Yellowstone. Wind River Native Gifts offers Native American traditional crafts, beading and fine silversmithing. You'll find works from artists with a range of ages. Crawford White, a first-generation Arapaho speaker and Northern Arapaho ceremonial leader, has been silversmithing for more than two decades. Heather SunRhodes, a Jemez Pueblo and Northern Arapaho, has spent 14-plus years doing beadwork. You'll find purses, wallets and necklaces, among other objects she has created. The gift store is located just two miles south of Riverton, Wyo., east of Yellowstone.

You also can find embroidered items, apparel and housewares at Black Mountain Embroidery located in Ethete, Wyo.

For a complete line of products, visit Wind River Native Gifts online.

For more information:
307.857.9464
2 Miles South of Riverton, Wyo., on Hwy. 789
windrivernativegifts.com

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