Los Artistas De Las Plumas

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Ediciones Castillo, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 35 pages
Once upon a time Mexican artisans made clothing and decorations with bird feathers. Their work was respected by many political rulers for whom they created lavish ceremonial outfits. This book recreates the fascinating culture of the Amantecah, pre-Columbian artisans dedicated to the trade of making clothing
and jewelry out of native bird feathers, a profession full of cultural significance and respect for life.


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