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The current issue, Vol. 48 # 3, Issue 324

 

· Owls & Owl Feathers in Native American Culture

             Material Culture by J. Andrew Forsythe

· Plateau Belt Pouches

             Material Culture by Steven L. Grafe

· Northwest Coast Kwakiutl Hamatsa Society Masks

             Collector’sCorner by Michael Kostelnik

· Seminole Moccasins

             Material Culture & Crafts by M.E. (Pete) Thompson

· Outdoor Kitchens

             Historical Image Glimpses by Allen Chronister

· Fashion Masks in a Pandemic

             PowwowFashions by Craig Jones

     

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Our next issue, Vol. 48 # 3, Issue 325

 

· Apsaalooke (Crow) Belt Pouches

             Material Culture by Tmothy Pl McCleary

· Classic 19th Century Southern Cheyenne Style Man’s Moccasin

             MoccasinCorner by Michael Kostelnik

· Floral Beadwork of the Han First Nation

             Material Culture by Frank Kodras and Richard Green

· Flat Twined Bags: Establishing Production Dates

             Material Culture by Scott Thompson

· Swastika Symbol in Native American Art

             Collector’sCorner by Jim Olson

· Brotherton Collection from Fort Buford, 1881

             Glimpses by Allen Chronister

 

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