To honor and comfort: native quilting traditions

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Museum of New Mexico Press, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 230 pages
For more than 150 years, quilting has provided native peoples of America and Hawaii with a continuing ritual medium to pass on their traditional artistic and cultural legacies. This remarkable book features numerous quilts, essays on contemporary and historical quilting traditions, images and meanings, documentary photographs, as well as profiles of quilters around the country.

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This lavishly illustrated collection of essays on Native American and Hawaiian quilters and quilting had its beginnings in an exhibit of the same name held at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the ... Read full review

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Contents

North American Indian
67
Native Hawaiian Quiltmaking 3 IV A Native Aesthetic
165
Tradition and Identity Emit Her Many Horses Sioux
175
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