The Plains Indian Collection of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology
Since its original publication, Hau Kola has widely been regarded as a reference work and is often quoted in later publications. It illustrates Plains artifacts in the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology. The text provides historical information about materials and craft techniques. Subjects include beadwork, quillwork, painting, clothing construction and more. Items in the catalogue are presented by type: male clothing, female clothing, headgear, bags, etc. Each section is preceded by a brief explanation of the history and purpose of the articles presented. Profusely illustrated.
Out of PrintWe have one copy. Fine overall condition.
256 pp ~ 16 color photos ~ 232 b/w photos — ©1980