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Contents Foreword Ellen Futter, President of the American Museum of Natural History Acknowledgments Kari Chalker Editor's Preface Kari Chalker A Note about Tribal Names Curators' Introduction: Jewelry as a Visual Language Lois S. Dubin and Peter M. Whiteley Collecting is an Incurable Disease Martha Albrecht Abundant World of Water and Wood: The Northwest Coast Kari Chalker The Body Transformed: Body Art and Adornment among Prehistoric and Historic Northwest Coast People Martine Reid Notes Bibliography Northwest Coast Masters Charles Edenshaw by Jim Hart Bill Reid by Lois S. Dubin Northwest Coast Contemporary Artists' Statements Jim Hart Norman Tait Lyle Wilson Beau Dick Evelyn Vanderhoop Nathan Jackson Kevin Cranmer Christian White Corey Moraes Dempsey Bob Dorothy Grant Will Burkhart Nick Galanin Victoria Moody Marven Tallio Dan Wallace Robert Davidson Dancing for Rain under a Turquoise Sky: The Desert Southwest Kari Chalker The Southwest "Painterly" Style and its Cultural Context Peter M. Whitely Southwest Masters Kenneth Begay by Kari Chalker Preston Monongye by Lois S. Dubin Charles Loloma by Lois S. Dubin Southwest Contemporary Artists' Statements Jesse Monongya Angie Owen Lee Yazzie Verma Nequatewa Michael Kabotie Harvey Begay Cippy Crazy Horse Edith Tsebetsaye Perry Shorty Veronica Poblano Raymond C. Yazzie Mike Bird-Romero Victor Beck, Sr. Gary Yoyokie Sr. and Elsie Yoyokie Martine Lovato Myron Panteah Richard Chavez Ric Charlie Phil Loretto Anthony Lovato Vernon Haskie James Little Bibliography Index Photocredits
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indians of North America Jewelry Southwest, New Themes, motives, Indians of North America Jewelry Northwest, Pacific Themes, motives