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ISBN:0870499157
Author: James Petersen
ISBN13: 978-0870499159
Title: Most Indispensable Art: Native Fiber Industries Eastern North America
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Publisher: Univ Tennessee Press; 1st edition (August 30, 1996)
Pages: 232

Most Indispensable Art: Native Fiber Industries Eastern North America by James Petersen



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Chapter 1. The Study of Native Fiber Industries from Eastern North America: Resume and Prospect. Peterson) - This article is an introduction to the book and an overview of the area. I found the bibliographies, for the most part, to be extensive but dated. Most of the papers cited are 1990 or earlier. Having said that, I must point out that compilation of this volume was plagued with problems to include the untimely death of contributors and those who had promised contributions. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 1996. xxii + 212 p. 53 figures, 13 maps, 24 tables, references cited, index. Claire McHale Milner (a1). Pennsylvania State University.

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com/books/about/A Most Indispensable Art. html?hl ru&id FKoU3dmXPWoC. This collection of essays chronicles the diversity and richness of one broad category of traditional material culture - fiber industries or textiles - among prehistoric and historic Native Americans in eastern North America. Such industries, which include basketry, fabrics, cordage, and netting, played an important role in the economic, social, and ceremonial life of indigenous cultures.

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Details the role industries such as basketry, fabrics, cordage, and netting played in the economic, social, and ceremonial life of indigenous cultures, examining the function and meaning of particular specimens and revealing the complexity of native fiber industries over a time span of some 11,000 years. Annotation c. Book News, In. Portland, OR (booknews.

This collection of essays chronicles the diversity and richness of one broad category of traditional material culture - fiber industries or textiles - among prehistoric and historic Native Americans in eastern North America. Such industries, which include basketry, fabrics, cordage, and netting, played an important role in the economic, social, and ceremonial life of indigenous cultures. However, because of the extreme age of the artifacts, their fragile nature, and unfavorable preservation conditions, knowledge of these industries has long been incomplete - resulting in a gap in scholarship that this volume does much to address.