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Storytellers

The first Pueblo storyteller is attributed to Helen Cordero of Cochiti Pueblo who created her first storyteller in the image of her Grandfather, an important man in the Pueblo and a wonderful storyteller. Without a written language, Native American tribes depended upon their storytellers to remember and pass on tribal folklore, history, and traditions. The Cordero family still continues Helen’s traditional Pueblo storyteller tradition and many artists from Jemez, Cochiti, Acoma, and other Pueblos have become well known for their own interpretation of the storyteller. Though Helen Cordero’s first storytellers were male figures, the traditional storyteller is generally a female figure, depicted with open mouth, closed eyes and surrounded by children. Today storytellers take many different forms, shapes, and sizes including animals like Coyote.
Storytellers

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  1. Carol Pecos Jemez Storyteller

    Carol Pecos Jemez Storyteller

    $5,500.00
    D325 - Large Carol Pecos Jemez Storyteller

  2. D251 - Antique Storyteller Pottery

    D251 - Antique Storyteller Pottery

    $9,800.00

    Retail: $18,000.00

    Helen Cordero storyteller

  3. Helen Cordero Antique Cochiti Storyteller Doll - D285

    Helen Cordero Antique Cochiti Storyteller Doll - D285

    $12,000.00

    Retail: $19,500.00

    Helen Cordero CA 1970

  4. Jemez Storyteller By Lucero

    Jemez Storyteller By Lucero

    $595.00
    ST-18102 Storyteller by Lucero

  5. Lynette Teller Isleta Pueblo Storyteller

    Lynette Teller Isleta Pueblo Storyteller

    $195.00
    PT4953 - Lynette Teller Story Teller

  6. PT747 - Navajo Native American Storyteller Doll

    PT747 - Navajo Native American Storyteller Doll

    $16.99
    This item was handmade by Eva Betonie on the Navajo Reservation.

  7. ST17100 - Jemez Storyteller

    ST17100 - Jemez Storyteller

    $695.00
    Jemez Pueblo Pottery Storyteller by Linda Lucero Fragua.

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