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A warrior I have been : Plains Indian cultures in transition : the Richard Green collection of Plains Indian art

Author: Richard Green; Michael Johnson; Carole Morris
Publisher: Folsom, LA : Written Heritage, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Named Person: Richard Green; Richard Green; Richard Green
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Green; Michael Johnson; Carole Morris
ISBN: 096714941X 9780967149417
OCLC Number: 56428739
Notes: "The exhibit will run at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery [England] from 17 July to 5 September 2004"--Foreword.
Description: 205 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 28 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgments, foreword / Carole Morris --
Introduction / Michael G. Johnson --
Behold these things : Northern Plains parade regalia --
Something splendid I wear : Plains trade cloth dresses --
In paint and feathers : on tour with Pahaska --
Some honor I seek : Sioux Indians in early photographs --
White man's vision : evolving stereotypes of the Plains Indian --
The catalog : reservation period Plains Indian art --
The warrior's world : weapons, clothing, trade cloth clothing, non-native influences, dance regalia --
The women's world : tools and implements, tipi furniture, clothing --
Childhood --
Horsegear --
Tobacco bags --
Bags and pouches --
Moccasins --
Made for sale --
Maps --
Bibliography.
Other Titles: Plains Indian cultures in transition
Responsibility: text by Richard Green ; with an introduction by Michael G. Johnson.

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A Warrior I Have Been!

by ianhumphreys (WorldCat user published 2011-05-26) Excellent Permalink
<div class="product_review_text">There are very few images so deeply embedded in the modern world's psyche than that of the blood-thirsty, war-whooping, feather-bonneted Native American astride an equally flamboyant painted pony. It's a myth, of course, but like all myths it has stubbornly persisted...
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