Three Centuries of Woodlands Indian Art: A Collection of Essays
Jonathan C. H. King, Christian F. Feest
ZKF Publishers, 2007 - Art - 200 pages
The art and objects of the Indians of the Eastern Woodlands, past and present, are given full attention in this lavishly illustrated volume. Leading scholars from Europe and North America discuss the cultural significance of Native art and objects as well as examine the composition and history of particularly distinctive museum collections. Subjects include traditional and contemporary Iroquois art, war clubs, captains' coats, the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center, and famous collections in Scotland and Germany as well as at the Musée d’Yverdon, the Manchester Museum, and the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology.
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H KING Introduction
CHRIstIAN F Feest Early Woodlands Material
Christian F Feest German Collections
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Algonquian American Indian Art Anthropology artifacts ball-headed clubs band belt birchbark Blair Castle Brasser burdenstraps C. F. Feest Caldwell Canada Canadian cat.no catalogue Catlin chief Christian F cloth coats collection collectors context costume Cree curator Cusick dance decorated DePeyster depicted early EDP/KOR eighteenth century engraved Esther Deer ethnographic European example exhibition floral George Haffenreffer Haudenosaunee History hoods Hudson's Bay Hudson's Bay Company identity images indigenous Iroquois Iroquois art Iroquois artists James John Kahnawake Kasprycki King's Regiment Lakes land Manchester Museum Mashantucket Pequot material culture Menominee Metis missionary moccasins Mohawk Moose Factory Musee d'Yverdon National Museum Native American neckpiece nineteenth century North America objects Ojibwa Ottawa painted Phillips Photograph pieces pouch Press Princess White Deer quill bands quillwork Red River Rindisbacher Ruth Phillips Schwarz Seneca Speyer Sturtevant style survival symbols tion tomahawks trade traditional tribal tribe Tuscarora University vaudeville wampum warriors Watercolor West Woodlands York Yverdon