War Paint: Blackfoot and Sarcee Painted Buffalo Robes in the Royal Ontario Museum

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War Paint: Blackfoot and Sarcee Painted Buffalo
Robes in the Royal Ontario Museum

Author: Arni Brownstone

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Book description:
Blackfoot and Sarcee Painted Buffalo Robes in the Royal Ontario MuseumArni BrownstoneBlackfoot tradition, art, and culture as told through six historic buffalo robes chronicling the tribal-war exploits of eight warrior-painters.

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