KENT, KP: The Story of Navaho Weaving

Kent, Kate Peck. The Story of Navaho Weaving. Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Art, 1965. Unmarked. A few spots on the cover. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30816) $12.00

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Maps. Color plates. Black and white drawings. References. 48p. An intensive study and analysis on the museum’s collection of Navaho textiles.

GOTZ: Polynesian Tattoos: Past and Present

Book cover. Polynesian Tattoos: Past and PresentGotz. Polynesian Tattoos: Past and Present. Pacific Promotion Tahiti, 2006. ISBN: 2911228189. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30793) $18.00

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Polynesian tattoos are supposed to present information about the person that has the tattoo. A tattoo might reveal information about a person’s history, or about the position that they held in a tribe. If you looked at the tattoos that the people of the past wore on their bodies, you could learn a great deal about the lives that they lived. Topics include Tahiti, Easter Island, New Zealand, the Cook Islands, and more.

Illustrated throughout. 50p.