Tipi: Heritage of the Plains4101-020-166
Tipi: Heritage of the Plains
Product No. 4101-020-166
Price reduced from $60! - Rosoff & Zeller - Perhaps the most recognized symbol of American Indian culture is the tipi and its history and continuing tradition is examined here in richly illustrated photographs and art. Women were the tipi makers and owners of the lodge, and produced most of its furnishings and accessories, as well as the clothing. Many of these quilled, beaded and painted objects are featured here, including painted tipis, painted tipi liners, warshirts, leggings and vests, dresses, moccasins, saddle bags, parfleches, cradleboards, dolls, toys & games, amulets, gourd rattles and various weapons & objects used + in daily life in the tipi. Contains almost 200 full-color photos and illustrations, with 28 period photographs of tipis and tipi life. 239 pages, HC.