American Indian Art Magazine has run for 40 years articles on all aspects of (North) American Indian art. Even if it's not a peer-reviewed journal, many authors are academics. It is published quarterly form Scottsdale, Arizona. It also features regular columns on auctions, exhibitions and book reviews. It has decided to close down in 2015.


For past issues of American Indian Art Magazine, see

Author Title Year Volume Issue Pages
Alpert, J. M.Kokopelli : a New Look at the Humpback Fluteplayer in Anasazi Rock Art1991171 48-57
Ames, TimThe Jump Dance basket of Northwestern California [Le panier de la danse sautée du nord-ouest de la Californie]2004293 46-53
Ames, TimIndian Money and Elk Horn purses [Porte-monnaies en corne d'Ă©lan et monnaies indiennes]2010353 68-72
Anderson, Bruce A.Kokopelli: The Humpbacked Flute Player19761236
Anderson, Jeffrey D. The Sacred Art of Arapaho Quillwork201439260
Anderson, Marcia & Hussey-Arnston, K.Ojibwe bandolier bags in the collections of the Minnesota Historical Society1986114 46-57
Anderson, Marcia G. and Herb DorrThe Bluecloud Dolls of Granite Falls: A Dakota Story201540442
AnsonWarner, J.New Visions in Canadian Plains Painting1985102 46-53
Archuleta, M.The Fourth Biennial Native American Fine Arts Invitational at the Heard Museum1989151 54-61
Archuleta, M.Art in 2 Worlds : The Native American Fine Art Invitational 1983-19971999242 30-35
Ash Milby, KathleenOff the map : landscape in the Native imagination20073200
Ashton, Robert Jr.Nampeyo And Lesou19761324
Auger, Emily E.The cultural and multicultural aesthetics of Baker Lake Inuit artists2001264 48-59, 94-95
Babcock, B. A.Clay changes: Helen Cordero and the Pueblo storyteller198382 30-39
Babcock, B.A."Those, they called them monos" - Cochiti figurative ceramics, 1875-19051987124 50-57, 67
Backhouse, Tara J.Unconquered History: The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Collection201439450
Badertscher, Vera Marie & Havens, CharnellQuincy Tahoma of Santa Fe2006310 48-57
Bailey, RandyTurquoise: Real Or Fake? An Interview With Michael L. Parsons19773176
Baker, JoeA beautiful resistance : American Indian paintings at the heard museum2005303 70-77
Ball, Gene & Leo A. PlatteterMuseum Collections New Plains Indian Museum19794342
Barabas Potter, Bryn and Christa BarlebenTwenty-five Baskets for Twenty-five Years: The Eiteljorg’s Silver Anniversary201439252
Barkin, JonathanThe Jim and Lauris Phillips Center for the Study of Southwestern Jewelry at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian201540334
Bates, C. D.Feather belts of central California198171 46-53, 86
Bates, C. D.Ethnographic Collections at Yosemite National Park198273 28-35
Bates, C. D.The California collection of I. G. Voznesenski198383 36-41, 79
Bates, C. D. & Bibby, B.Collection among the Chico Maidu: The Stewart Culin Collection at the Brooklyn Museum198384 46-53
Bates, C. D. & Bibby, B.Amanda Wilson: Maidu weaver198493 38-43, 69
Bates, C. D. & Hamber, J.A. & Lee, M. J.The California condor and California Indians1993191 40-47
Bates, C. D. & Lee, M. J.Chukchansi Yokuts and Southern Miwok weavers of Yosemite National Park1993183 44-51
Bates, Craig D.Miwok-Paiute Basketry 1920-1929: Genesis Of An Art Form19794454
Bates, Craig D. & Brian BibbyFlicker Quill Bands Of The Maidu: Ceremonial Art Of Central California19805462
Bates, Craig D. & Kahn, Bonnie B. & Lanford, Benson L.Washee and the Indian scouts of Fort Reno, Cheyenne and Arapaho ledger art at the end of the nineteenth century2001271 44-53, 86-87
Batkin, J.Martina Vigil and Florentino Montoya. Master Potters of San Idelfonso and Cochiti Pueblos in Pottery Issue.1987124 28-37
Batkin, J.Some early curio dealers of New Mexico1998233 68-81
Batkin, JonathanMail-order catalogs as artifacts of the early Native American curio trade2004292 40-49
Baxter, P. A.Navajo and Pueblo jewelry : 1940-1970 : Three decades of innovative design revisited1996214 34-43
Bean, L.J.The Lee Collection of Hopi and Navajo art1987123 38-45
Beardsley, G.Design development in Tarahumara and Pueblo sashes1985104 30-43
Beardsley, G.Design Development in Tarahumara and Pueblo Sashes1985104 30-43
Bell, J.Tohono O'Odhan wire baskets1988132 48-57
Benton, WilliamT. C. Cannon: The Masked Dandy19783434
Berlo, J. C.Plains Indian drawings, 1865-1935 : Pages from a visual history : A traveling exhibition of Lakota, Cheyenne, Kiowa and Arapaho graphic arts1996221 56-65
Berlo, Jane CatherineThe Szwedzicki Portfolios of American Indian Art, 1929-1952, part 2 : "Sioux Indian painting," "American Indian painters" and "North American Indian costumes"2009340 58-67, 90
Berlo, Janet CatherineThe Szwedzicki Portfolios of American Indian Art, 1929-1952 : Kiowa Indian Art, Pueblo Indian Painting & Pueblo Indian Pottery [Les Portefeuilles Szwedzicki de l'art amérindien, 1929-1952 : l'art amérindien Kiowa, la peinture et la poterie Pueblo]2009342 36-45
Berlo, Janet CatherineChanging hands, shifting paradigms : materiality, craft, and identity in twenty-first-century Native art2013380 58-71
Berlo, Janet CatherineChanging Hands, Shifting Paradigms: Materiality, Craft and Identity in Twenty-First-Century Native Art [Changeant de main, changement de paradigmes : matérialité, habileté et identité dans l'art autochtone du vingt-et-uniÚme siÚcle]2013383 58-69
Berlo, Janet CatherineDennis Cusick—A Tuscarora Artist at Seneca Mission: Missionary Propaganda and American Vernacular Culture, 1820–1822201540238
Bernstein  , BrucePanamint Shoshone Basketry: A Definition Of Style19794468
Bernstein, BruceThe National Museum of the American Indian collections2004294 52-55
Bernstein, BruceAcoma, San Ildefonso and Zuni pottery at the National Museum of the American Indian2004294 78-85
Bird, A.Jewelry collection at the school of american research1993184 56-63
Black, MarthaOut of the mist: HuupuKwanum.tupaat: Treasures of the Nuu-chah-nulth chiefs2001262 44-53, 92-94
Blackard, D.M.Patchwork and palmettos - Seminole/Miccosukee folk art since 18201990152 66-83
Blackman, M. B.Contemporary Northwest coast art for ceremonial use1985103 24-37
Blackman, M. B.In their own image : The Anaktuvuk pass skin mask1997224 58-67
Blackman, M. B. & Hall, E. S.Contemporary Northwest coast art: tradition and innovation in serigraphy198163 54-61
Blackman, M. B. & Hall, E. S.The afterimage and image after: visual documents and the renaissance in Northwest coast art198272 30-39
Blackman, M. B. & Hall, E. S.Snakes and clowns: Art Thompson and the westcoast heritage1986112 30-45
Blair, WinkLelooska19761282
Blomber, Nancy J.The Hand and Eye of the Aitis Clebrating the Arts of Native America at the Denver Are Museum [La main et l'oeil de l'Aitis. Célébrer les arts de l'Amérique native au musée d'art de Denver]20113640
Blomberg, NancyThe hand and eye of the artist : celebrating the arts of Native America at the Denver Art Museum2011360 44-53, 96
Bolz, P. & Davis, A. L.From the Kunstkammer to the Museum fĂŒr Volkerkunde : The eventful history of the early North American Indian collection in Berlin2000252 34-45
Boucher, Diane"Under the Pavement of Broadway" : The Indian Hall in Hotel Astor ["Sous le Pavement de Broadway " : le Hall indien dans l'HĂŽtel Astor]2010354 70-76
Bowers, Kendra E.The Taylor Museum19761416
Brace, M. A. & Parezo, N. J.The Arizona State Museum1984101 24-31
Brako, J.Recognizing ethnographic wear patterns on southwestern textiles1993183 64-71
Brasser, T. J.Backrest banners among the Plains Cree and Plains Ojibwa1984101 56-63
Brasser, T. J.Notes on a recently discovered Indian shirt from New France1999242 46-55
Brasser, Ted J.Pedigree Of Hugging Bear Tipi In The Blackfoot Camp19795132
Brody, J. J.Mimbres Art: Sidetracked On The Trail Of A Mexican Connection19772426
Brody, J. J.In Our Own Time : Anasazi and Pueblo Pottery in the 20th Century and Beyond1991162 60-67
Brody, J. J.Art on the land: Rock art in the American Southwest2002273 58-61
Brody/Coe/Feder/Goldwater/Houlihan/Howard/HuldermannSymposium : The Future Of Indian Art19772222
Brown, I. W.Soft gold: a Northwest coast exhibition at the Peabody Museum, Harvard University1985104 24-29
Brown, S.In the shadow of the Wrangellmaster1994194 74-85
Brown, S. C.Formlines changing form : Northwest Coast art as an evolving tradition [Forme changeante des reliefs : l'art de la CĂŽte Nord-Ouest, une tradition en Ă©volution]1997222 62-73, 81-83
Brown, S. C.Turning the tables : The influence of nineteenth-century southern design styles on the northern northwest coast2000253 48-55
Brown, Steven C.A tale of two carvers : The rain wall screen of the whale house, Klukwan, Alaska2005304 48-59
Brownstone, ArniAncestors: The Deane-Freeman collections from the Bloods2002273 38-49
Brownstone, ArniReverend John Maclean and the Bloods20083300
Brownstone, ArniMysteries of the Sculptural Narrative Pipes from Manitoulin Island [Les mystÚres des récits des pipes sculptées de l'ßle de Manitoulin]20113630
Brownstone, ArniEuropean influence in the Mandan-Hidatsa graphic works collected by Prince Maximilian of Wied201439358
Brugge, David M. & Taylor, TobiNavajo ring bits2001264 78-87
Brydon, S.Ingenuity in art: the early 19th century works of David and Dennis Cusick1995202 60-85
Brydon, S.The Indians of Canada pavilion at Expo 671997223 54-63
Brydon, Sherry"Beautiful in Its Materials and Finish" Early-Nineteenth-Century Iroquois Moccasins [" Ils sont beaux dans leur matiÚre et leur finition ". Les Mocassins Iroquois au début du XIXe siÚcle]2011364 64-75
Brydon, Sherry"Gifted in All Ways": The Art of Chief James Beaver [Doué de toutes les façons ": l'art du chef James Beaver]2013382 36-45
Brydon, SherryAnishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Exhibitors at Nineteenth-Century Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibitions201439458
Bunn-marcuse, K.Northwest coast silver bracelets and the use of Euro-American designs2000254 66-73
Burke, Christina E.Collecting Lakota histories: Winter count pictographs and texts in the National Anthropological Archives2000261 82-89, 102-103
Burke, Christina E.Jewelry and silverwork in the Eugene B Adkins Collection2009340 40-49, 82
Burke, Christina E.Jewebry and Silverwork in the Engene B. Adkins Collection [Joaillerie et travail de l'argent dans la collection d'Engene B. Adkins]20093440
Burns, Barney T.Mayo Weaving: A Continuing Sonoran Art Form19794254
Capture, G. H.The J. R. Simplot Collection at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center1989144 70-75
Carlson, R. L.Eighteenth Century Pottery From The Gobernador District Of New Mexico19772438
Carlson, Roy L.Images of precontact northwest coast masks2005302 48-57
Carocci, MaxContemporary Native North American art in the British Museum2013380 42-47
Cerny, C.The Girard collection at the Museum of International Folk Art198382 40-45
Cerny, CharleneNavajo Pictorial Weaving19762146
Christman, Ernest H.Casas Grandes effigy vessels: Charles C. Di Peso's premise revisited2004292 60-65
Cirillo, D.Back to the past - tradition and change in contemporary Pueblo jewelry1988132 46-63
Cleland, Charles F.Yuma Dolls19805336
Cohodas, M.Sarah Mayo and her contemporaries: representational designs in Washoe basketry198164 52-59, 80
Cohodas, M.The Breitholle collection of Washoe basketry198494 38-49
Cohodas, MarvinDot So La Lee19761422
Cohodas, MarvinLena Frank Dick: Washoe Basket Weaver19794432
Cole Will, Rebecca"Delicate sweet dishes too they make" : birchbark art in the Abbe Museum's collection20063100
Cole-will, RebeccaThe Frank T. Siebert Collection of Native Amerindian Art [La collection Frank T. Siebert d'art amérindien]2004293 64-71
Collings, JeroldThe Yokuts Gambling Tray19751110
Collings, Jerold L.Profile Of A Checmehuevi Weaver19794460
Conn, RichardThe Denver Art Museum19773120
Cook, Stephen400 years of Native American art at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center2001264 60-67
Cosgrove-smith, P.Smoky-Top: The Art and Times of Willie Seaweed198384 64-69
Cowdrey, MikeHorse masks of the plateau20073300
Cowdrey, MikeHorse masks of the Plateau [Les masques pour chevaux des Indiens des Plateaux]2007331 52-59
Cowles, D. C.White Swan: Crow Artist at the Little Big Horn198274 52-61
Culley, LouAnn F.Helen Hardin: A Retrospective19794368
D'alleva, A.The art of playing games. The Stewart Culin collection at the Brooklyn Museum1992173 46-53
Dalrymple, LarrySouthern Paiute baskets : collected by Isabel T. Kelly2008330 46-55, 92
Dalrymple, LarrySOUTHERN PAIUTE BASKETS: COLLECTED BY ISABEL T. KELLY [Corbeilles paiutes du sud : recueillies par Isabel T. Kelly]20083340
Davies, CindySilver Jewelry In The Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection19794274
Decker, JulieGuarded secrets : The art of Sonya Kelliher-Combs [Secrets guardés : l'art de Sonya Kelliher-Combs]2007331 60-65
Di Peso, C. C.The Amerind Foundation198162 46-51
Di Peso, Charles C.Amerind Foundation1975117
Dillingham, RickThe Pottery Of Acoma Pueblo19772444
DiPeso, Charles C.Casas Grandes Effigy Vessels19772432
Dittemore, D. D.Pima Beaded Baskets in the Arizona State Museum1986121 46-53
Dittemore, D. D. & Odegaard, N.Eccentric marks on Western Apache coiled basketry [Marques originales sur la vannerie tressée des Apaches de l'Ouest]1998232 34-43
Dittemore, D.& Notarnicola, C.Anonymous was a weaver : In search of turn-of-the-century western Apache/Yavapai basketry artists1999243 54-65
Dittemore, D.D.Among the Western Apaches - the Guenther and Goodwin collections of the Arizona State Museum1988133 48-53
Dittemore, Diane & Higgins, AndrewJohn A. Logan's Plains and Southwestern Collection at the Arizona State Museum20073200
Dittemore, Diane & Higgins, AndrewPlains and southwester collection at the Arizona state meuseum20073230
Dittemore, Diane & Jacobs, Mike & Lyons, PatrickThe Southwestern pottery collection at the Arizona State Museum2008330 69-77
Dittemore, Diane & Jacobs, Mike & Lyons, PatrickTHE SOUTHWESTERN POTTERY COLLECTION AT THE ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM : AN AMERICAN TREASURE [La collection de poterie du sud-ouest au musée de l'Etat d'Arizona : un trésor américain]2008334 68-77
Dobbins, Ed & Russell, Scott C.The navajo pottery of silas and bertha claw2007322 56-65
Dobkins, R. J.The work and influence of Maidu painter Frank Day1998234 54-67
Dobkins, R. J.Honoring the past, embracing the future : Native American art at the Hallie Ford Museum of art, Willamette University2000252 46-53
Dockstader, F. J.The Revolt of Trader Boy: Oscar Howe and Indian Art198383 42-51
Downs, D.Contemporary Florida Indian Patchwork and Baskets1990154 56-63
Downs, DorothyThe Alfred I. Barton Collection Of Southwestern Textiles19784114
Downs, DorothyPatchwork Clothing Of The Florida Indians19794332
Dubin, Lois S. and Paige BardolphFloral Journey: The Hidden Language of Flowers in Native North American Beadwork201439470
Dubin, Lois SherrThe storytelling jewelry of demise and samuel wallace2006312 56-65
Duncan, K. C.Images and objects from Father DeSmet and the Indians of the Rocky Mountain West1993183 52-63
Duncan, Kate C.American Indian Lace Making19805328
Dyck, PaulThe Plains Shield19751134
Eaton, L. B.The Only One who Knows : A Separate Vision1989143 46-53
Eaton, L. B.Heart of the region: the anthropology collections of the Museum of Northern Arizona1991163 46-53
Einhorn, A. & Abler, T. S.Bonnets, plumes, and headbands in West's painting of Penn's treaty1996213 44-53
Einhorn, A. & Abler, T. S.Tattooed bodies & severed auricles : Images of native American body modification in the art of Benjamin West1998234 42-53, 116-117
Ellison, RosemaryThe Artistry And Genius Of Julius Caesar19783456
Ellsberg, HelenKetohs19772366
Ellsburg, HelenCoral19761340
Erickson, Jon. T.“I Wear The Morning Star”: The Ghost Dance Exhibition At The Minneapolis Institute Of Arts19761418
Ewers, J. C.The emergence of the named Indian artist in the American West198162 52-61, 77
Ewers, J. C.Pipes for the presidents198163 62-70
Ewers, J. C.Water monsters in Plains Indian art198164 38-45
Ewers, J. C.The awesome bear in Plains Indian art198273 36-45
Ewers, J. C.Assiniboin Antelope-Horn Headdresses198274 44-51
Ewers, J. C.Plains Indian artists and anthropologists: a fruitful collaboration198391 36-49
Ewers, J. C.A century and a half of Blackfeet picture-writing198383 52-61
Ewers, J. C.William Standing (1904-1951): Versatile Assiniboin Artist198384 54-63
Ewers, John C.Three Effigy Pipes By An Eastern Dakota Master Carver19783451
Fair, SusanCharles Loloma19751159
Fair, Susan W.Shishmaref: Whalebone carving in an Inupiaq village2002272 54-65, 80-81
Falkenstien-doyle, C.Cochiti ceramic figurines 1880-1915: Possible sources of inspiration [Des figurines Cochiti en céramique 1880-1915 : Sources possibles d'inspiration]1999244 38-47
Falkenstien-Doyle, CheriSouthwestern Native American jewelry at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian2009340 70-78
Falkenstien-doyle, CheriSouthwestern Native American Jewelry at the Wheelwright Museum of American Indian [La joaillerie native américaine du sud-ouest des Etats-Unis au Musée amérindien Wheelwright]2009344 70-78
Fane, D.Curator's Choice : Indian Pottery of the American Southwest1986112 46-53
Faulkner, G. F. & Prince, N. T. , Neptune, J.S.Beautifully beaded : Northeastern Native American Beadwork1998241 32-41
Faulstich, P. E.Spirits on the rock: symbol and structure in north Queensland, Australia rock paintings1986100 1-28
Fearon Faulkner, GretchenTree Tradition: Maine Indian Brown Ash Basketry [Tradition d'arbre : vannerie de cendre marron d'indiens du maine]2010352 36-45
Feder, N.Incised relief carving of the Halkomelem and Straits Salish198382 46-55
Feder, N.The side fold dress1984101 48-55, 75, 77
Feder, N.The Jasper Grant Collection1985103 46-51
Feder, N.Bird quillwork1987123 46-57
Feder, NormanExhibition: The Malaspina Collection19772340
Feder, NormanGeorge Catlin: Sometimes Accurate19772372
Feder, NormanThe American Indian Collection In The Berne Historical Museum19784148
Feder, NormanPawnee Cradleboards19783440
Feder, NormanIntroduction: Crow Indian Art— The Problem19806130
Feder, NormanCrow Blanket Strip Rosettes19806140
Feder, NormanPlains Pictographic Painting And Quilled Rosettes: A Clue To Tribal Identification19805254
Feest, C. F.Tab pouches of Northeastern America1997224 34-47
Feest, Christian F.Slit pouches of Eastern North America20063100
Feest, Christian F.First nations--royal collections20073200
Feest, Christian F.Wampum from Early European Collections, Part 2: Cuffs, Bags and More 201440170
Feest, Christian F.Wampum from Early European Collections, Part 1: Strings, Belts and Bracelets201439332
Feldman, R. D.The Golden Hill totem pole of Indianapolis : the missing pole from the Brady collection of Sitka national historical park1996212 58-71
Ferg, A.Amos Gustina: Apache fiddle maker198163 28-35
Ferg, A.Cross-and-crescent motifs among the Western Apache. Part I: DaagodighĂĄ [Les motifs de la croix et du croissant chez les Apaches de l'Ouest. PremiĂšre partie : DaagogighĂĄ]1998232 70-83
Ferg, A.Cross-and-crescent motifs among the Western Apache. Part 2: Antecedents and descendants1998233 58-67
Ferg, AlanDavid Longstreet: White Mountain Apache Scout and Master Tailor201540464
Ferg, Alan Yoo-Nteele: Western Apache T-Necklaces201439438
Ferg, Alan & Wayland, Virginia & Wayland, HaroldThe Tonto Naipero : a 19th-century Apache playing card artist20063100
Ferg, Alan & Wayland, Virginia & Wayland, HaroldThe Tonto Naipero : A nineteeth-century apache playing card artist2006314 52-61
Fienup-riordan, AnnInuguat, Iinrut, Uyat-Llu: Yup'ik dolls, amulets and human figures2002272 40-47
Finger, JudithTwined basketry caps of eastern California and the Great Basin2003282 64-73
Finger, JudithFancy coiled caps of Central California2003283 56-63
Finger, Judith W.Woven Identities: The Aesthetics of Native American Basketrv [Identités tissées : l'esthétique de la vannerie amérindienne]2012374 66-77
Flynt, SuzanneEarly native American collections in Deerfield20043010
Fognell, EvaArt of the American Indians : the Thaw Collection2011360 76-83
Fontana, Bernard L.Tarahumara Pottery19794238
Force, R. W.Arctic art: Eskimo ivory198162 41-45
Fowler, Catherine S. & Finger, Judith W.Southern Paiute Fine Coiled Baskets of Southern Nevada: History & Style [Les paniers enroulés paiutes du Sud du Nevada : histoire et style]2011371 44-53
Fowler, Catherine S. , Delorme, Norman R.Bound by tradition: Contemporary Northern Paiute/Washoe beaded baskets2004292 32-39
Fox, N.Collections of the Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of Mexico198382 56-63
Fox, N.Hopi kachina mantas1988141 60-67
Fox, N.The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture1988134 42-47
Fox, NancyRose Gonzales19772452
Freed, Stanley A,Museum Collection: American Museum Of Natural History, Department Of Anthropology19805468
Galante, GaryCrow Lance Cases Or Sword Scabbards19806164
Gallagher, M. V.An Exhibition at the Joslyn Art Museum: "Views of a Vanishing Frontier"198492 54-61
Ganteaume, C. R.Western Apache tailored deer hide shirts [Les chemises taillées dans des peaux de cerf des Apaches de l'Ouest]1998232 44-55
Ganteaume, CĂ©cile R.Naiche's deer hide painting: A consideration2002281 44-55
Ganteaume, CĂ©cile R.Infinity of nations : art and history in the collections of the National Museum of the American Indian2010350 60-69
Gibbs, P.The Duke Paul Wilhelm Collection in the British Museum198273 52-61
Gidmark, D.Birchbark canoes of the Algonquin1995203 54-63
Gilman, C.The Way to Independence : An Exhibition at the Minnesota Historical Society1988132 24-31
Gilmore, R.The northern Arapaho cradle1990161 64-71
Golsh/Hoover/Kabotie/King/Lelooska/Nighthorse/Scholder/WoodringSymposium: The Future Of Indian Art19773125
Graburn, N. H. H.The Alaska Commercial Company collection : at the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology1996221 66-75
Grafe, S. L.Still they look handsome1997223 34-43
Grafe, S. L.Nez Percé decorative art of the 1870s : Scientific and souvenir collections [L'art décoratif des Nez Percés dans les années 1870 : Collections scientifiques et de souvenir]1999244 60-71
Grant, C.The bighorn sheep: pre-eminent motif in the rock art of western North America1982418580 11-25
Greci Green, Adriana & Phillips, Ruth B."Many Gifted Workers": Odawa Quill Artists Participating in the Works Progress Administration ["Beaucoup de travailleurs DouĂ©s" : des artistes Odawa crĂ©ant des boĂźtes en plume qui participent au progrĂšs des Ɠuvres]2012373 48-59
Greene, C.Stovall Museum of Science and History: University of Oklahoma198164 46-51
Greene, C. S.Southern plains graphic art before the reservation1997223 44-53
Greene, CandaceThe artwork collection of the National Anthropological Archives : An American treasure2000261 54-65
Greene, Candace SBuffalo and Longhorn: A Medicine Complex Revealed [Buffalo et Boeuf à longues cornes : un complexe de médicament révélé]2013384 42-53
Greene, Candace S.Arikara drawings : new sources of visual history20063100
Greene, Candace S.Buffalo and longhorn : a medicine complex revealed2013380 42-53
Greene, Candace S.The Use of Plant Fibers in Plains Indian Embroidery201540258
Greene, Candace S. & Richard, Bonnie & Thompson, KirstenTreaty councils and Indian delegations : the War Department Museum Collection20073300
Greene, Candace S. & Richard, Bonnie & Thompson, KirstenTreaty councils and indian delegations : The war department museum collection [Conseils de traité et délégations indiennes : la collection de musée de département de guerre]2007331 66-80
Gregg, D. W. & Hail, B. A.Passionate hobby : Rudolf F. Haffenreffer and the King Philip Museum1996214 52-63
Griffin-pierce, T.Navajo ceremonial sandpaintings: sacred, living entities1991171 58-67
Grimes, John R. & Curran, Mary Lou & Haukaas, ThomasUncommon Legacies2002281 56-63
Grimes, John R. & Haukoos, Thomas & Curran, Mary Lou & Kramer, KarenPower and beauty: A new Native American art gallery at the Peabody Essex Museum2003291 48-57
Grossman, Mary LouiseThe Wheelwright Museum19772314
Grumet, R. S. & Weber, R. L."Maritime Peoples of the Arctic and Northwest Coast" at the Field Museum198281 66-71
Gustafson, P. & Oakes, J.Coats of eider from the ungava inuit of the belcher islands1991171 68-72
Guy, HubertThe Rattlesnake Basket19761366
Haberland, WolfgangMuseum Exhibition: Thunderbird And Killer Whale Northwest Coast Indian Art19805236
Hail, B. A.Out of the North : Subarctic Arts at the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology1991162 68-79
Hail, B. A.Gifts of pride and love : Kiowa and Comanche Cradles1999251 42-55
Hail, B.A.Beaded bibles and victory pouches - twentieth century Lakota honoring gifts. The Thorburn collection of the South Dakota Art Museum1988133 40-47
Hall, J.Canadian ethnology service: National Museum of Man, National Museum of Canada198391 50-90
Hall, J.Geologists whalers and anthropologists: the building of a museum collection of inuit clothing1991164 38-47
Hall, Judy"The greatest individual hunter of material in the north" : Collecting in Alaska, Canada and chukotka with captain Joseph-FidĂšle Bernard2005304 68-77
Hall, JudyNineteenth-Century Irish Soldiers and Adventurers in North America [Soldats irlandais du XIXe siÚcle et aventuriers en Amérique du Nord]2012372 66-75
Hall, JudyyThe Earls of Caledon : nineteenth-century Irish Soldiers and adventurers in North America2012370 66-75
Hammack, Nancy S.Prehistoric Jewelry19762122
Hancock, GaelNative views : Influences of modern culture aboard Artrain USA20053040
Harlow, Francis H.Glazed Pottery Of The Southwest Indians19762164
Harlow, Francis H. & Lanmon, Dwight P.Pueblo Indian Storage Jars of the 1700s [Jarres d'entreposage des Indiens Pueblo des années 1700]2010354 52-59
Harlow, Francis H. , Lanmon, Dwight P. & Anderson, DuaneSanta Ana Pueblo pottery2005311 42-53
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