The Native Women's Cooperative worked with Cherokee artisans in fourteen counties in Oklahoma. A special challenge was to keep a steady stream of inventory coming from people who were geographically dispersed, some of whom did not have telephones.
Native Women's Cooperative Project site with members and RDLN visitors
Evelyn Conley (l) and Julie Moss (r) were co-directors of the Native Women's Cooperative. Both were participants in RDLN degree programs.
Among the items sold by the Native Women's Cooperative were jewelry, baskets, pottery, leather pouches, dolls and dream catchers.
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