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by Laureen A. LaBar,Bruce J. Bourque

eBook Uncommon Threads: Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costume ePub
Author: Laureen A. LaBar,Bruce J. Bourque
Language: English
ISBN: 077353556X
ISBN13: 978-0773535565
Publisher: Maine State Museum / McGill-Queens University Press (2009)
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Rating: 4.2
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Formats: mbr lrf doc lit
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Uncommon Threads book. Start by marking Uncommon Threads: Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costume as Want to Read

Uncommon Threads book. Start by marking Uncommon Threads: Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costume as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

―Colin G. Calloway, Dartmouth College.

Uncommon Threads celebrates the textile arts of the Wabanakis, the indigenous people living between the Gulf of St. . Lawrence and the Gulf of Maine. Known geographically as the Maritime Peninsula, the region falls in both the United States and Canada. For millennia, textiles have played a vital role as Native communities have expressed and maintained their identity. This large and distinctive body of Wabanaki artifacts challenges stereotypes about Native textiles and clothing that are based on more familiar styles from better known regions of North America

Bruce J. Bourque and Laureen A. LaBar. Uncommon Threads: Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costume. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2009. viii+165 p. 104 color and 60 black-and-white photographs, appendix, notes, bibliography, index. Timothy J. Shannon, "Bruce J. LaBar, Uncommon Threads: Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costume. " Winterthur Portfolio 45, no. 4 (Winter 2011): 356-357.

Bourque and LaBar’s final chapter discusses the survival of the Wabanaki textile tradition from 1850 to the present. While traditional Wabanaki costume may have fallen into disuse, the textile arts survived in myriad forms

Bourque and LaBar’s final chapter discusses the survival of the Wabanaki textile tradition from 1850 to the present. Along with the previous one, this chapter presents some of the most beautiful and stunning objects included in the exhibit. While traditional Wabanaki costume may have fallen into disuse, the textile arts survived in myriad forms.

Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costumes

Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costumes. Written by Bruce J. Bourque, Bruce J. Bourque, Laureen A. LaBar and Laureen A. McGill-Queen's University Press. Uncommon Threads celebrates the textile arts of the Wabanakis, the indigenous people living between the Gulf of St.

Uncommon threads: Wabanaki textiles, clothing, and costume. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press. The traditional material culture of the Native peoples of Maine. In B. Bourque (E., Twelve thousand years: American Indians in Maine (pp. 249–309)

Uncommon threads: Wabanaki textiles, clothing, and costume. McBride, . & Prins, H. (1990). 249–309). Lincoln, NE: University of Oregon Press.

Uncommon Threads : Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costumes. by Laureen La Bar and Bruce J. Bourque.

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Uncommon Threads: Wabanaki Textiles, Clothing, and Costume by Bruce J. DOI: 1. 250/amerindiquar. A Cultural History of the Native Peoples of Southern New England: Voices from Past and Present by Frank Waabu O’Brien (Moondancer), Julianne Jennings (Strong Woman).

Skillet
Lots of interesting details - and good photos as well.
Cia
Beautifully documented look at the textile art of the Wabanaki people. An important contribution to the material history of East Coast Native People.
Wyameluna
Wonderful book, great pix, but I was expecting to see more in the (traditional clothing) regalia section...
Anazan
Beautiful items, very well photographed, very well written text by expert ethnographers. This is the best book I've seen on Eastern American Indian art.
Muniath
Mis communication excellent and fair.
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This book was selected to receive the R.L.Shep Ethnic Textiles Book Award for 2009. The Award is presented annually by the Textile Society of America (TSA) to a publication judged the best book of the year in this field. The purpose of the Award is to encourage the study and understanding of textile traditions by recognizing and rewarding an exceptional study that fosters appreciation for the field of ethnic textiles.
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