Helen Cordero ~ Cochiti Pueblo

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Helen Cordero
Helen Cordero

Helen Cordero (1915–July 24, 1994) was a Cochiti Pueblo potter from Cochiti, New Mexico. She was renowned for her storyteller dolls, a genre she invented. In 1986 she was made a National Heritage Fellow.

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