4 edition of Basket-work of the North American aborigines found in the catalog.
Basket-work of the North American aborigines
|Statement||by Otis T. Mason.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 16810|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (79 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||79|
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when you order $ of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon. Or get business-day shipping on this item Author: Otis T. Mason. Excerpt from Basket-Work of the North American Aborigines The method of manipulation in the matting is the same as that just described for the basketry of the Aleuts, and the delicacy of workman ship is most : Otis Tufton Mason.
Title. Basket-work of the North American aborigines. Related Titles. Contained In: Annual report, United States National Museum. Washington, 24 cm. Basket-work of the North American aborigines by Otis Tufton Mason; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Indian baskets, Accessible book; Places: North America.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Mason, Otis Tufton, Basket-work of the North American aborigines. Washington: G.P.O., Basket-work of the North American aborigines by Mason, Otis Tufton, Topics Indian baskets -- North America Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English.
Addeddate Call number ucb_banc:GLAD Camera 1DsPages: Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes "From the report of the Smithsonian Institution,Part II, pages and plates I-LXIV."Pages: Author of Woman's share in primitive culture, The origins of invention, Basket-work of the North American aborigines, Throwing-sticks in the National Museum, Indian basketry, Basket-work of the North American aborigines, Throwing-sticks in the national museum, The aborigines of the District of Columbia and the Lower Potomac.
Mason, Otis T., Basket-work of the North American aborigines. (Washington, Gov't print. off., ) Cradles of the American aborigines / by Otis T.
Mason. With, Notes on the artificial deformation of children among savage and civilized peoples /. Basket-Work of the North American Aborigines - OT Mason () Cane Basket Work; A Practical Manual on Weaving Useful & Fancy Baskets - A Firth () Directions for Collectors of American Basketry - OT Mason () Full Instructions in the Art of Crepe Paper, Rope, Basket Weaving - Home Institute of Trades ()Seller Rating: % positive.
Arundinaria, commonly known as canes, is a genus of bamboo in the grass family. The question of which bamboo species should be included in Arundinaria has been debated for many years.
Some authors maintain that only the North American species should be included, while others include Asian species otherwise considered members of other genera (Bashania, Family: Poaceae. Basket-Work of the North American Aborigines, Mason () A classic work from Otis T.
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Mason (page images at HathiTrust). OF PRIDE AND SPIRIT: NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN ART FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION IN HAWAII, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Hawaii,B&W and color ill., 83pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of an exhibition held September 12 - Octo(Order No: ), $ 2.
Basket-Work of the North American Aborigines () – By: Otis T. Mason - pages. Cane Basket Work: A Practical Manual on Weaving Useful and Fancy Baskets () – By: Annie Firth – pages.
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Ashley () Aboriginal American basketry - G. James () Alaska basketry - V. Cavana () vers Travels in the interior of North America, | Comprising the series of original paintings by Charles Bodmer, to illustrate Maximilian, Prince of Wied's, Travels in the interior of North America, 40 benches formed of basket-work, covered with skins; b b b b are four strong pillars which bear the roof, and are very well united.
North American aborigines, which is amply illustrated with drawings of speci mens and enlarged portions of the basket work, in order to illustrate exactly the manner of weaving. Mason discusses the methods in use all along the coast of western America from the Arctic ocean to California, in the interior, and among the.
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"Milne takes us on a journey across the continent to fifty-four fascinating places that capture the spiritual legacy of this land's original inhabitants. the aborigines of porto rico [Eth. ann. 25 fish sufficed for daily food/' The "dumb dogs'' used in hunting were themselves apparently articles of food in Haiti.
The American Indian may be regarded from two wide and divergent points of view; that of the scientist, and that of the humanitarian. Under the former should be grouped all study of the Indian, past and present, falling under the general science of. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: A further contribution to the study of the mortuary customs of the North American Indians First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Benjamin Slight published at Montreal, in"Indian researches, or Facts Concerning the North-American Indians." George Copway, an Ojibway Indian chief, born at the mouth of the river Trent inand known by the native name, Kagegagahbowh, left Canada when a youth, and was educated in the State of Illinois.
Otis Tufton Mason, head curator of the department of anthropology in the United States National Museum, died at Washington on November 5, in his seventy-first year.
He was the son of John and Rachel Thompson (Lincoln) Mason, and was born at Eastport, Maine, Ap He was graduated from Columbian (now George Washington) University as A.B. in. This well-known book was prepared a century ago by two British architects, and its reputation has grown steadily since.
The Audsleys' rendering of designs from a wide variety of sources are national traditions, and their excellent sense of space and proportion and their straightforward interpretations of these ornaments have made this collection among the most Brand: Dover Publications.
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Yarrow Part 3 out of 4. If we come to inquire why the American aborigines placed the dead bodies of their relatives and friends in trees, or upon a basket-work of twigs was woven around and covered with mud, an opening being left at the.
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