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North American Indian Crafts: Coloring Book
By: Peter F. Copeland
The arts and crafts developed and practiced by the Indian peoples of North American varied widely among tribes of different geographical regions. Each tribe used the resources at hand---Wood, stone, shell, bone and other materials---to develop a craft technology that suited the needs of its people.
This carefully researched and informative book contains 39 detailed, accurately rendered illustration (including 5 double-page spreads) that depict various North American Indian peoples engaged in typical craft activities. Ideal for coloring, the images show Native Americans building a Seminole house of palmetto leaves, making drums, constructing a bark canoe, painting tribal history on teepee coverings, making and painting ceramic pots, carving totem poles, making masks, tomahawks and clothing; weaving rugs and blankets, preparing hides, silversmithing and much more.
Extensive, fact-filled captions accompany the illustrations, making this an excellent educational resource as well as an entertaining coloring book.
Peter F. Copeland
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