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The Current Issue: Vol. 46 # 3, Issue 313
· Firecloud’s Omaha Dance Outfit
Material Culture by James H. Howard, Ph.D.
· Late Blackfeet Shirts
Material Culture by Michael G. Johnson
· Dyeing Porcupine Hair
Crafts by Andrew Forsythe
· Blackfoot: Siksika Photographs from Canada
Glimpses by Allen Chronister
· PowwowFashions: Plateau Dresses
By Craig Jones; Photos by Brian Fraker
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Our next issue, Vol. 46 # 4, Issue 314
· Tweezers: That We Should Look Good
Material Culture by Scott Thompson
· Great Lakes Dewclaw Rattles
Material Culture by Richard Green
· Winnebago/Ho Chunk Woman’s Dance Outfit
Crafts by Jim Johnston
· C.S. Fly Meets Geronimo
Glimpses by David Flores
· Adobe Walls
History by Bill Walker
· Men’s Traditional: The Re-emergence of the “New Style”
PowwowFashions by Craig Jones
Photographs by Arlen Sharp
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