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North American Indian Arts

Andrew Hunter Whiteford, under the editorship of Herbert S. Zim, Ph.D., Sc.D.; Illustrated by Owen Vernon Shaffer

Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press

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ISBN10: 1582381453
ISBN13: 9781582381459

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160 Pages

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This is a fascinating introduction to the arts and crafts reflected in the material culture of North American Indians. Knowledge of the skills and techniques developed by the various tribes, and the fine materials produced, provides a key to understanding the rich diversity of native cultures. Replete with information and full-color illustrations, this handsome guide will be useful to students of American cultural history.

Using clear text and detailed illustrations, Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press present accurate information in a handy format for the beginner to the expert. These guides focus on what your students are really going to see. They are easy to use: detailed, full-color illustrations, text, and maps are all in one place. They are easy to understand: accurate, accessible information is simplified without being misrepresented. They are authoritative, containing up-to-date information written experts and checked by specialists. And they are portable: handy and lightweight, designed to fit in a pocket and be carried anywhere.

About the author

Andrew Hunter Whiteford, under the editorship of Herbert S. Zim, Ph.D., Sc.D.; Illustrated by Owen Vernon Shaffer

Golden Guides first appeared in 1949 and quickly established themselves as authorities on subjects from Natural History to Science. Relaunched in 2000, Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press feature modern, new covers as part of a multi-year, million-dollar program to revise, update, and expand the complete line of guides for a new generation of students.

Andrew Hunter Whiteford