Native American Style

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Gibbs Smith, 1999 - Art - 143 pages
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Within their natural settings, indigenous Americans created the fundamental elements that have become the hallmarks of native American design - pottery and textiles, carvings and beaded artefacts, all crafted from natural materials. This illustrated study offers insights into the artwork, crafts, architecture and interior design that have developed from these natural inspirations.

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Contents

Introduction
ix
Honoring the Great Spirit
22
Craftsmen and Designers 92
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Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Elmo Baca is a former New Mexico state historic preservation officer.

The Editor of Persimmon Hill Magazine and the Director of Publications for the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City. She is a Graduate of Northeastern State University in Talequah, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

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