Authentic Indian designs: 2500 illustrations from Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology
Dover Publications, 1975 - Art - 219 pages
Largest collection anywhere: 2,500 authentic illustrations of bowls, bottles and pipes, geometric and floral patterns on beadwork, pictographs, symbolic tipi decorations, masks, basket weaves, Hopi katchina figures, Zuni and Navaho sand paintings, totem poles, hide paintings, much more.
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Prehistoric Art of the Eastern Woodlands
The Eastern Woodlands in the Historic Period
The Plains Area
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