Eastern Woodlands/Great Lakes Art (49)
Lot 1233
Eastern Woodlands/Great Lakes Art (49)
US$ 1,200 - 1,800
£760 - 1,100

Lot Details
Eastern Woodlands/Great Lakes Art (49)
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Michelson, T.; Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 085. 1927. CONTRIBUTIONS TO FOX ETHNOLOGY. Michelson, T.; Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 087, 1928. NOTES ON THE BUFFALO-HEAD DANCE OF THE THUNDER GENS OF THE FOX INDIANS. Michelson, T; Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 089, 1929. OBSERVATIONS ON THE THUNDER DANCE OF THE BEAR GENS OF THE FOX INDIANS. Michelson, T; Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 095, 1930. CONTRIBUTIONS TO FOX ETHNOLOGY--II. Michelson, T.; Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 105, 1932. NOTES ON THE FOX WAPANOWIWENI. Michelson, T.; Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 114, 1937; N.L. CANADIAN NATIVE ART. Art and Crafts of Canadian Indians and Eskimos. Ontario, 1973; Davis, A. CANVAS, QUILL, BRUSH AND HIDE. An Exploration of Manitoba Indian Art. Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1975; Beauchamp, W. EARTHENWARE OF THE NEW YORK ABORIGINES . New York State Museum Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 22, October, 1898; Rose, R. FACE TO FACE, Encounters with Identity. Rochester, 1983; Eckstrom, F. HANDICRAFTS OF THE MODERN INDIANS OF MAINE . LaFayette National Park Museum 1932; Bulletin III, 1932; Beauchamp, W. HORN AND BONE IMPLEMENTS OF THE NEW YORK INDIANS. New York State Museum Bulletin, No 50, 1902; Bonvillain, N., Porter, F. III (ed.). THE HURON. INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. New York, 1987-92; Smith, D.M. INKONZE: Magico-Religious Beliefs of Contact-Traditional Chipewan Trading at Ft. Resolution, NWT, Canada . National Museum of Canada, Ethnology Division, Paper No. 6, 1973; Rogers, E. IROQUOIANS OF THE EASTERN WOODLANDS. Royal Ontario Museum, 1970; Stambrau, D. IROQUOIS ART. Visual Expressions of Contempora;ry Native Americna Artists. Frankfurt am Main, America House, 1998; Lyford, C.a. IROQUOIS CRAFTS. Lawrence, 1945, Ontario, 1982 (reprint); Waugh, F. IROQUOIS FOODS AND FOOD PREPARATION . Canada Dept. of Mines, Geological Survey, Memoir 86, Anthropological Series, No. 12, 1916, 1973 (facsimile ed.); Speck, F. THE IROQUOIS. A Study in Cultural Evolution . Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bulletin 23, 1945, 1953; Graymont, B. THE IROQUOIS. INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. New York, 1987-92; Grumet, R. S., Porter, F. III (ed.). THE LENAPES. INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. New York, 1987-92; Carr, Louis. THE MASCOUTENS (offprind, Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, April 25, 1900); Fenton, W. MASKED MEDICINE SOCIETIES OF THE IROQUOIS Smithsonian Institution Annual Report for 1940. Washington, D.C., 1941, Ohsweken, 1984 (reprint); Vanstone, J. MATERIAL CULTURE OF THE DAVIS INLET AND BARREN GROUND NASKAPI: The William Duncan Strong Collection Fieldiana, New Series No. 7. 1985; Whitehead, R. MICMAC MATERIAL CULTURE FROM 1600 A.D. TO THE PRESENT (ELITEKEY) . Nova Scotia Museum, 1980; Whitehead, R. MICMAC QUILLWORK, Micmac Indian Techniques of Porcupine Quill Decoration: 1600-1950. Halifax, 1982; Speck, F., A General. MIDWINTER RITES OF THE CAYUGA LONG HOUSE. Philadelphia, 1949; Skinner, A. OBSERVATIONS ON THE ETHNOLOGY OF THE SAUK INDIANS Milwaukee Public Museum Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 1,. 1923; Tanner, H. H., Porter, F. III (ed.). THE OJIBWA. INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA. New York, 1987-92; Beauchamp, W. POLISHED STONE ARTICLES USED BY THE NEW YORK ABORIGINES BEFORE AND DURING EUROPEAN OCCUPATIONS . Bulletin of the New York State Museum, Vol. 4, 10. 18, November, 1897; Hayes, C.f. III (ed.). PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1986 SHELL BEAD CONFERENCE. Selected Papers Rochester Museum & Science Center, Research Records. No. 20, 1989; QUILLWORK: LES DECORATIONS EN PIQUANTS DE PORC-EPIC. (Quillwork by Native Peoples in Canada). Royal Ontario Museum, 1977; Van Stone, J. THE SIMMS COLLECTION OF SOUTHWESTERN CHIPPEWA MATERIAL CULTURE . Fieldiana Anthropology, New Series, No. 11, 1988; Harrison, J. (ed.). THE SPIRIT SINGS. Artistic traditions of Canada's First Peoples. Glenbow Museum, 1987; Speck, F. SYMBOLISM IN PENOBSCOT ART . AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol.XXIX, Part II, 1927; Burnham, D. K. TO PLEASE THE CARIBOU. Painted Caribou-Skin Coats Worn by the Naskapi, Montagnais, and Cree Hunters of the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula. Toronto, 1992; Speck, F. THE TUTELO SPIRIT ADOPTION CEREMONY. Reclothing the Living in the Name of the Dead. Pennsylvania Historical Commission, Harrisburg, 1942; (United States Department of the Interior) INDIANS OF THE GREAT LAKES. United States Department of the Interior. 24 pages. Published from 1965-1968.
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