North American Indian jewelry and adornment: from prehistory to the present

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Harry N. Abrams, 1999 - Antiques & Collectibles - 608 pages
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Over 1,200 illustrations, approximately 820 in full color, offer a look at Southwestern turquoise jewelry, Plains beadwork, "carved" metal bracelets from the Northwest, quill and moosehair work from the Subarctic, and etched horn jewelry from California. 50 maps.

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User Review  - ruric - LibraryThing

Excellent book on native american art work: jewellery, beadwork, embroidery, clothing and basketry. Presented in collections grouped by area: arctic, sub-artic, woodlands, plains, great basin, plateau ... Read full review

North American Indian jewelry and adornment: from prehistory to the present

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Don't waste time reading this review; order this book now for whatever kind of library you may have. This big, beautiful, knock-your-socks-off title covers not only Native American adornment but also ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Lois Sherr Dubin lives in New York City and southern Vermont.

Paul Jones lives in Vernon, BC and is active in the arts and sports scene there. He has produced several award-winning paintings as well as writing poetry and short stories. "Pembina Country" is his first full-length book.

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