Indians and a Changing Frontier: The Art of George Winter

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Indiana Historical Society, 1993 - Art - 269 pages

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Contents

Mirror of Acculturation
23
Catalog of the George Winter Collection Located at the Tippecanoe County Historical Association Lafayette Indiana
40
Index
267
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About the author (1993)

J. C. H. King is keeper at the Department of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas at the British Museum. His books include "Imaging the Arctic, Provenance: Twelve Collectors of Ethnographic Art in England, 1760-1990," and "Ralph T. Coe and the Collecting of American Indian Art," Christian F. Feest is director of the Museum fur Volkerkunde in Vienna. His books include "The Culture of Native North Americans," "Native Arts of North America," and "Indians and Europe: An Interdisciplinary Collection of Essays" (Nebraska 1999). Contributors include: George Bankes, Jack Campisi, Christian F. Feest, Dale Idiens, Simon Jones, Sylvia S. Kasprycki, J. C. H. King, Shepard Krech III, Scott Meachum, Trudy Nicks, Cath Oberholtzer, Laura Peers, David W. Penney, Ruth Phillips, Jolene Rickard, Doris I. Stambrau, R. S. Stephenson, and William C. Sturtevant.

R. David Edmunds, Watson Professor of American History at the University of Texas at Dallas, received his PhD from the University of Oklahoma. He has written or edited nine books, including The Potawatomis: Keepers of the Fire (1987), which won the Francis Parkman Prize, and The Fox Wars: The Mesquakie Challenge to New France (1993), which won the Alfred Heggoy Prize. He has held Ford Foundation, Newberry, and Guggenheim fellowships and has advised documentary filmmakers, tribal governments, foundations, and museums. In 2003, Dr. Edmunds served as President of the American Society for Ethnohistory.

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