| United Houma Nation
Christie Lacoban, 16, a citizen of the United Houma Nation tribe residing in Houma, Louisiana, is a Community Resource Coordinator for a non-profit there and studies pow-wow dance styles and beadwork through the Federal Indian Education Program. Christie, a highly accomplished beadworker at such a young age, was taught that traditional craft from Houma elder, Louise Billiot, and has mastered the embroidery stitch, two-needle, brick and peyote stitch styles.
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