A song for the horse nation : horses in Native American cultures

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A song for the horse nation : horses in Native American cultures

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96 sivua : kuvitettu (osa värillinen) ; 21 cm
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englanti
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"When horses arrived in North American in the 1700s, the effect was immediate and dramatic. Horses not only expanded the geographic range of Great Plains tribes, but they also became an integral part of many tribal cultures. Filled with photographs of objects from the collection of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, as well as with historical photographs of North American Indians and their horses, this book celebrates the central role horses have played in Native cultures and provides a fascinating view of American Indian horse ornament and tradition."--From publisher description.
Julkaisija Washington, D.C. : Golden, Colo. : National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution ; Fulcrum Pub cop. 2006.
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edited by George P. Horse Capture and Emil Her Many Horses with additional essays by Herman J. Viola and Linda R. Martin
ISBN
1-55591-112-9 nidottu
978-1-55591-112-6 nidottu