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Native American Art. Native American Culture Regions. Pacific Northwest Plateau Great Basin Southwest Plains Eastern Woodlands Southeast Alaska. Then. Now. What kinds of art do Native American’s make?. Pacific Northwest Plateau Great Basin Southwest Plains Eastern Woodlands

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Native American Culture Regions

Pacific Northwest Plateau Great Basin

Southwest Plains Eastern Woodlands

Southeast Alaska

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Pacific Northwest

Plateau

Great Basin

Southwest

Plains

Eastern Woodlands

Southeast

Alaska

Pomo

Hopi (Zuni)

Navajo (Dine)

Anasazi

Blackfoot

Mesquakie (fox)

Tlingit

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woven basket

kachina dolls

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Yupik

masks

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a spirit being…

a revered ancestor

an element

a location

a quality

a natural phenomenon

a concept

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Hopi Kachina Dolls are effigies made of cottonwood that embody the characteristics of the ceremonial Kachina, the masked spirits of the Hopi Native American tribe. According to the Hopi,

Kachina dolls are objects meant to be treasured and studied, and are not to be considered idols of worship or children’s toys.

http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/northamerica/hopi.html

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Which of these is the Navajo rug? ___________

  • Which of these is the coiled basket ___________
  • Which of these is the Tlingit mask ___________
  • Which of these is the Hopi Kachina doll ___________
  • Which of these is the sand painting ____________
  • Which of these is the buffalo painting ___________
  • Which of these is the Anasazi bowl ___________
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