North American Indian Jewelry and Adornment
From Prehistory to the PresentBook - 2003
This is a concise edition of Lois Sherr Dubin's survey of the artistry of indigenous American peoples from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans, from Canada to northern Mexico. It was produced as a result of more than ten years' extensive research, during which which Dubin photographed artefacts and interviewed tribal elders and Native American artists. Providing an overview of American Indian jewellery and adornment, the book has many illustrations of distinctive objects from across the continent, together with a text that traces the development of forms and styles across regional and cultural boundaries.
Publisher: New York : Abrams, 2003
Edition: Concise ed
Branch Call Number: 739.2708997 Dub 3558
Characteristics: 159 p. :,ill. (some col.), fold-out picture, maps ;,29 cm