Seattle: 1979. 111 pages, 169 illustrations.
Northwest Coast Art
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Vancouver: 1993. 191 pages, 31 photographs, 130 drawings, 3 maps. A guide to poles in accessible outdoor locations, this book contains over 100 drawings of poles, each drawing accompanied by identification of the creatures, figures, and objects on the pole. Photographs put some of the poles into context or show...
Washington, D.C. 1974. 94 pages, 143 large photographs, 1 map. The best examples of carved and decorated Northwest Coast boxes and bowls were selected from the Smnithsonian Museum for a special exhibition. The exhibition catalogue provides excellent photographs and technical information, including place and date of collection for each object.
Vancouver & Seattle: 1987. xiv, 320 pages, 24 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Washington, D.C. 1990. xv, 777 pages, 634 illustrations. Cloth cover.
Washington State Historical Society, 1971. xxiii, 126 pages, 3 full-page photographs, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
Pages 163-392, containing 198 figures, plus 7 pages of plates and 7 pages of descriptions of the plates, and 1 map. The most comprehensive examination of Thompson Indian material culture, this study provides detailed descriptions and extensive illustrations of clothing, personal adornment, household objects, stone objects, wood objects, basketry, and mats.
Seattle: 1993. Eagle of the Dawn. xii, 180 pages, 58 color and 61 b/w photographs--all large, many full-page. Cloth cover.
Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1945, 1953. 232 pages, 115 illustrations of hundreds of objects.
Coral Gables: Lowe Art Museum, 1974. 16 pages, 5 illustrations.
1985. 136 pages, 77 photographs and 27 drawings of the material culture of the Naskapi of northern Labrador, 1 map.
New York, 1987-92. 119 pages, approximately 75 color and b/w photographs and maps. Laminated hard board cover.
New York: 1979, 1988. 128 pages, 95 b/w and 15 color photographs--mostly full-page. One hundred magnificent Northwest Coast pieces from the American Museum of Natural History, never before seen by the public or previously published, are illustrated and described in this volume. A fine catalogue with an important text and...
New York: 1996. vii, 336 pages, 325 color and 214 b/w photographs, 4 maps. Cloth cover, small folio size (10 3/4" x 11 1/4"). This comprehensive study of the ritual objects created by Northwest Coast shamans is the most complete publication to date of the paraphernalia used in shamanic ceremonies...
New York: 1976 (reprint). 232 pages, 149 photographs of artifacts from 22 Salish and 6 non-Salish tribes, 7 figures, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
Burke Museum, Seattle: 1991. 280 pages, 103 large color photographs and 87 b/w photographs of the arts of all of Washington's native peoples, 7 drawings, 4 maps. cloth ed.
Vancouver: 1999. 144 pages, 80 color photographs--almost all full-page--of Northwest Coast masks, figures, and other artifacts.
Norman: 1984. 80 pages, 83 photographs, 1 map.