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Flag in American Indian Art (Softcover)

This volume illustrates the work of more than two dozen different peoples, from the Iroquois of the Northeast to the Makah of Neah Bay at the entrance to the Puget Sound. Clothing, containers, children's objects, items made for trade or sale, and warriors' accoutrements include depictions of the American flag that vary from close facsimiles to near abstractions. Essays discuss how since the 1800s the flag has touched several layers of many different native cultures as these people sturggled to adapt to or accommodate the overriding culture of the United States.

Written by: Toby Herbst and Joel Kopp
Softcover, 120 pages with more than 120 full color illustrations
Pub. Date: 1993 by the New York State Historical Association 

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Flag in American Indian Art