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Native American Masks (Coloring Book)

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Native American Masks (Coloring Book)

by Dianne Gaspas


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Thirty authentic disguises used in tribal rituals and recreation: Eskimo dance mask, Iroquois false face, Navaho ceremonial mask, Hopi Powamu mask, Kwakiutl bear mask, Tlingit raven mask, 24 others. Identifying captions.


Well-researched and accurately rendered, this authentic array of traditional Native American masks will delight coloring book fans of all ages. Derived from the ritual and recreational traditions of American Indians across the continent, 30 imaginative masks differ in size, shape, and weights. Used for a variety of events and purposes, these disguises depict the long-haired Iroquois Rim-Dweller; a Cattaraugus Seneca Doorkeeper; an Eskimo dance mask from King Island in Alaska; a highly decorative Makah dancing mask; an Iroquois False Face mask; a Navaho ceremonial mask, accented with an enormous collar of leaves; the Hopi Powamu mask; the Kwakiutl bear-spirit mask; a Tlingit raven mask; and may others. Each mask is accompanied by a caption describing the motif and identifying the tribe of origin. 32 pages

Additional Information

ISBN 9780486420547
Author Dianne Gaspas
Age Group 8-14
Book Type paperback

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