Authentic Indian Designs: 2500 Illustrations from Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology
This vast Pictorial Archive collection offers you the beauty and vigor of 2500 authentic Indian designs that come from all over the United States, including Alaska, and the Canadian Pacific Coast. Dating from prehistoric times (c. 1000 B.C.) to the end of the nineteenth century, these designs have been selected from illustrations in the first 44 "Annual Reports" of the prestigious Bureau of American Ethnology, " a branch of the Smithsonian Institute, by American and Indian art expert Maria Naylor.
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