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Two Nations Beadwork

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Many customers like to know about the company and people behind the products they buy. Here we will tell you a little about ourselves and our company.

Our Business Philosophy

The objective of our business is to provide a high quality product and reliable service for our customers. We hope you will enjoy visiting our web site and using our products as much as we enjoyed providing them for you.

Our Company

The Name Two Nations comes from my husband being from the Nez Perce Nation and My self from the
Coeur D Alene Nation.
 
This business is dedicated in loving memories of our brother and nephew
Hershal McConville
and
Raymond McConville
The idea for it has been a life long dream of mine, to have a place where all peoples could show or sell their items for a fair price, and to help people understand that when purchasing a piece of Native arts they are not just getting the item but they are also taking with them years of family hettage and culture and generations of handed down knowledge.
 
Our artist are either enrolled members of indian nations or documented direct decendents of the same.
 
We opened this business in november of 2001 and through many ups and downs good times and bad we are proud to say that we have hung in here to continue offering to our customers the same quality of product and honest business practices we always have. and will continue to do so, as long as the creator allows us to.
 
Taking our business to the web makes the process even more exciting.

Our Location
 
Two Nations Beadwork is located in the heart of the
Nez Perce reservation, it is based in a small shop by our home 2 and a half miles south of Lapwai Idaho on highway 95.
 
in addition to our beadwork and other arts and crafts we also have buffalo that you can reach out and touch,
we offer different types of native foods and gladly tell about the many differnt types of cultural arts and activities for this area.
stop by just to look or visit you are always welcome
If you have any questions or comments about our site you are always welcome to email myindianarts@yahoo.com
 or call 208-843-2195
or write Tammy falcon
45614 us hwy 95
Lapwai Idaho 83540