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American Indian Jewelry III: M-Z (American Indian Art)

by Dr. Gregory Schaaf

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977665259, Hardcover)

This is a standard reference for American Indian jewelry, a source for factual information, neatly organized and lavishly illustrated in full color. This is not a revision of our bestseller, American Indian Jewelry I, but a completely new manuscript, organized in two volumes, A to L and M to Z. Look up any one of over 5,000 American Indian jewelers in seconds.

Each profile identifies the artist by tribe, clan, active years, styles, lifespan, residences, education, teachers, students, awards, exhibitions, demonstrations, collections, photographs, and publications. Many profiles feature original quotations from the artists, as well as comments from scholars, collectors and veterans in the field. Personal portrait pictures and close-ups of their jewelry help to bring their biographies to life.

American Indian Jewelry III provides three important features:
1.) a color spread illustrating Classic and Classic Revival jewelry;
2.) a continuation of the Hallmark Directory in high-resolution;
3.) and new categories for social networks and email addresses.

Furthermore, extensive genealogical research was conducted. The National Archives released the 1940 U.S. Census and the 1930s Indian Census records. Each artist s family also was more thoroughly researched with the aid of computerized genealogical services.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:59 -0400)

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