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Native American Indian tribal art Fred Kabotie was born into a highly traditional Hopi family at Songo`opavi, Second Mesa, Arizona. His family founded Hotevilla, which is a community faithful to preserving Hopi traditions that were disappearing. He belonged to the Bluebird Clan, and his father belonged to the Sun Clan. Kabotie's Hopi name was Naaqavo'ma meaning, "The sun coming up day after day." His paternal grandfather gave him the nickname, Qaavotay meaning, "Tomorrow. Kabotie's teacher at Toreva Day School spelled his nickname, "Kabotie" which stuck with him for the rest of his life. Framed: 34" x 31" Signed lower right and numbered 96 of 500

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Native American Art Fred Kabotie Signed Print

Estimate $250 - $500May 20, 2018