Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indianness - A Resource Guide, paperback ed

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Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indianness - A Resource Guide offers an important introduction to the way First Nations and Native Americans are portrayed in popular culture. Written by Mohawk scholar Deborah Doxtator, Fluffs and Feathers details the ways in which Indigenous People have been categorized, displayed, portrayed, and exploited by Western culture and advertising. Fluffs and Feathers offers a sample of the range of images used to portray “Indians” in historical and contemporary North American society.

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Plumes et Pacotilles: Une exposition sur les symboles l'indianit - Guide des ressources OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher Plumes et Pacotilles: Une exposition sur les symboles l'indianit - Guide des ressources is the French version of Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indianness – A Resource Guide. It offers an important introduction to the way First Nations and Native Americans are portrayed in popular culture. Written by Mohawk scholar Deborah Doxtator, Plumes et Pacotilles details the ways in which Native People have been categorized, displayed, portrayed, and exploited by Western culture and advertising.

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Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indianness - A Resource Guide, OUT OF PRINT

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Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indianness - A Resource Guide offers an important introduction to the way First Nations and Native Americans are portrayed in popular culture. Written by Mohawk scholar Deborah Doxtator, Fluffs and Feathers details the ways in which Native People have been categorized, displayed, portrayed, and exploited by Western culture and advertising. Fluffs and Feathers offers a sample of the range of images used to portray “Indians” in historical and contemporary North American society.

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Council Fire: A Resource Guide OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT Council Fire: A Resource Guide is a publication produced by the Woodland Cultural Centre. The book describes the role of governance in two traditional First Nations - the Six Nations Iroquois and the Ojibwe. The Resource Guide presents the historical background to the repatriation of fourteen wampum belts from a museum to their home community. These wampum records are important to the functioning of the Iroquois traditional government. A brief history of the Six Nations community and the establishment of The Great Law of Peace are presented from the Iroquois perspective.

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GODI'NIGOHA': The Women's Mind OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher. Godi'nigoha': The Women's Mind is a recent publication from the Woodland Cultural Centre that explores the role of Iroquois women and their relationship to the environment through art. The book was written by two Iroquois women with extensive backgrounds in art and museum education. In Godi'nigoha': The Women's Mind, Lynn Hill and Deborah Doxtator explain the importance of the collective knowledge of Iroquoian people from a First Nation's perspective.

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Skywalkers: A History of Indian Ironworkers OUT OF PRINT

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UNAVAILABLE Skywalkers: A History of Indian Ironworkers is an important book by Tuscarora artist and educator Richard Hill that examines a unique occupation of Iroquois men|ironwork. Men from Iroquoian communities in Canada and United States erected many skyscrapers, public buildings and bridges such as the Empire State Building, the SkyDome, and the Peace Bridge. Their contribution to the built landscape of major cities of North America is acknowledged and celebrated. Skywalkers tells their story and places this occupation in its historical context.

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Sound of the Drum: A Resource Guide UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Sound of the Drum: A Resource Guide celebrates the diversity and strengths of First Nations musical traditions. In 1990 the Woodland Cultural Centre created the exhibition, Sound of the Drum. Guest curator Sam Cronk also wrote the Resource Guide that celebrates the range of musical styles among First Nations. Through their own "voice", musicians explore styles such as Iroquoian social dances, Lakota flute traditions, Bluegrass, Gospel, Brass Bands, and classical performance.

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As Snow Before The Summer Sun: An Exhibit on our Relationship to the Natural Environment - A Resource Guide OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT As Snow Before the Summer Sun: An Exhibit on our Relationship to the Natural Environment – A Resource Guide examines the spiritual values of the Hodenosaunee/Iroquois, James Bay Cree, and Lubicon Cree from a First Nation's perspective. The Woodland Cultural Centre organized the exhibition and conference of the same name in 1992. Exhibition guest curator Dawn J. Hill from Six Nations of the Grand River wrote the Resource Guide. Her respect for the spiritual knowledge of the Elders is evident. The book is divided into three sections.

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