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Indian Artifact Cards. by Robin Highberg. Jaguar Jar. La Paz, Bolivia, South America. canoes. eagle claw necklace. feather headdress. moccasins. Quillwork quiver. Cowichan warrior. Chief's daughter - Skokomish, Northwest Coast. Hawkman,1986 by Arthur Nicolaye of Kyuquot, B.C.

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Indian Artifact Cards

by Robin Highberg

Jaguar Jar.

La Paz, Bolivia, South America.


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canoes

eagle claw necklace

feather headdress

moccasins

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Quillwork quiver.

Cowichan warrior.

Chief's daughter - Skokomish, Northwest Coast.

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Hawkman,1986 by Arthur Nicolaye of Kyuquot, B.C.

Totem poles, Northwest Coast.

Pulling a Sled, Sarah Joe Qinuajua, Inuit Art Foundation.

Red Cloud's delegation,

Oglala Sioux, 1868

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Kayaker, Inuit Gallery of Vancouver.

Powhatan basket, Rappahannock

Northeast

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Red Dog Clan hat, Tlingit, Alaska

Potlatch Family hat, Alaska. Rings signify number of Potlatches attended. Sperm whale teeth on the bottom.

Northern & Plains Cree, beadwork, beads obtained through trading. Late 1800’s.

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Appliqué Beaded Vest, Cree. 1890’s.

Child’s vest with quillwork. Sioux.

Iroquois beadwork.

Northeast.

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Yellow Rock - I'kaubut S'shensh, [1907]. Great Plains.

Moccasins with French influences. 1890’s.

Halibut mask. Northwest Coast.

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Iroquois doll.

Northeast.

Iroquois dolls.

Northeast.

Lacrosse stick and snowshoes. Iroquois Seneca.

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Curious Bear, Inuit.

Gallery of Vancouver.

Eagle and Whale, Jimmy Joseph, Kwakiutl artist, Northwest Coast.

Iroquois warrior,

18th century.

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Fiesta of San Estevan, Acoma. Pueblo. 1925.

Native drawings of Santo Domingo masks. Pueblo.

Tsi'yone, "Flying". Pueblo.1925.

Picuris Harvest Dance. Pueblo. 1925.

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Eastern Woodlands (Iroquois)

Lacrosse sticks and snowshoes

Dolls

Canoes

Eagle claw necklace

Powhatan basket

Beadwork

Warrior

Moccasins

Great Plains (Sioux)

Quillwork vest

Canoes

Feather headdress

Moccasins

Quiver

Red Cloud delegation

Yellow Rock

Key to Artifacts:The Cultural Source

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Key to Artifacts:The Cultural Source

  • Southwest (Pueblo)

    • Jaguar jar

    • Picuris Harvest dance

    • Native Drawings of masks

    • Fiesta of San Estevan

    • Tsi’vone (woman with pot)

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Northwest Coast (Kwakiutl)

Halibut mask

Skokomish

Eagle and Whale

Cowichan warrior

Hawkman

Totem Poles

Arctic (Inuit)

Cree beaded vest

Cree beadwork

Curious bear

Pulling Sled

Kayaker

Red Dog Clan hat

Potlatch Family hat

Key to Artifacts:The Cultural Source

R. Highberg, 9/05


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Bibliography

  • Photographs throughout taken by Robin Highberg at the following locations:

    • Natural History Museum, Washington, DC.

      April, 2004.

    • National Museum of the American Indian,

      Cultural Resource Center, Suitland, MD.

      February, 2005.

  • Photographs on Slide #11 from:

    • Northwestern University Library, Edward S. Curtis's 'The North American Indian': the Photographic Images, 2001. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award98/ienhtml/curthome.html

R. Highberg, 9/05