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Native American Art and Folklore: A Cultural Celebration

by Campbell, David (editor)

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New York NY, Crescent Books, 1993, large hardcover (12.25x9.25"). 224 pp, first edition, first printing, Very Good+ in Very Good dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean, gift inscription and date to front endpapers, light spine-end and corner wear. Dustjacket, light edge bumps, small random scratches, in new Brodart sleeve. The editor breaks his discussion of art and folklore into geogrphical areas, those being; The Eastern Tribes, The Soutwest Tribes, The Plains and Basins Tribes, The California and Northwest Coast Tribes, and The Arctic People. Profusely illustrated throughout with black-&-white and color plates.


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