Powwow Dancers and Craftworkers Handbook

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Powwow Dancers and Craftworkers Handbook

Author: Adolf Hungrywolf

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Book description:
Here is a book filled with photographs showing powwow and dance costumes that have been worn during the past 100 years, along with written histories and firsthand accounts of powwow activities. Numerous pen and ink drawings illustrate many of the items worn with powwow costumes. A great resource for dancers, craftworkers, and historians who want to learn more about costumes of the powwow.

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