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Native American Dance: Ceremonies and Social Traditions  
Product ID: 1-56373-021-9
Native American Dance: Ceremonies and Social Traditions
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Product Details

  • Softcover:  196 pages
  • Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing (March 1993)
  • Author:  National Museum of the American Indian, Charlotte Heth (Editor)
  • Product Dimensions: 13.0 x 8.6 x 0.6 inches
  • ISBN: 1-56373-021-9
  • Condition: Very Good - (contains library stamp)

 Native American Dance
 
Ceremonies and Social Traditions

By:  National Museum of the American Indian, Charlotte Heth (Editor)

From Library Journal       

This collection of essays on Native American dance traditions and their meaning, origin, and evolution is the first book from the Smithsonian Institution's newest museum. The pieces cover a variety of tribal groups, including Apache, Pueblo, Alaskan, Zapotec, and Northern and Southern Plains. The continuing importance of dance in contemporary Native American life is emphasized, and a clear distinction drawn between social and ceremonial dancing. Many of the authors are of Native American ancestry. This National Geographic style overview, well designed with excellent illustrations, is recommended for the casual reader or elementary/secondary student. - Gwen Gregory, U.S. Courts Lib., Phoenix

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