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On the border native American weaving traditions of the Great Lakes and prairie : Plains Art Museum, March 15-May 27, 1990.

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Published by Plains Art Museum in Moorhead, Minn .
Written in English



  • Great Lakes Region (North America),
  • Great Plains


  • Indian beadwork -- Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Exhibitions.,
  • Indian beadwork -- Great Plains -- Exhibitions.,
  • Indian textile fabrics -- Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Exhibitions.,
  • Indian textile fabrics -- Great Plains -- Exhibitions.,
  • Weaving -- Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Exhibitions.,
  • Weaving -- Great Plains -- Exhibitions.,
  • Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions.,
  • Great Plains -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsPlains Art Museum (Moorhead, Minn.), Memorial Union Gallery (North Dakota State University)
LC ClassificationsE78.G7 O6 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination48 p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2225120M
ISBN 100934266298
LC Control Number89064453

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