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The Studio of the Santa Fe Indian School, established in 1932 by noted educator Dorothy Dunn, helped draw worldwide attention to Native American art and cultural preservation. This calendar presents thirty-two outstanding examples of her students elegant, abstractly emblematic work. Important events in Native American history are noted daily, and the month names used by many different tribes Moon of the Coming Snow (Inuit), Moon of Bald Eagles (Ojibwe), etc. are listed. Other features include 54 weekly grids, 12 full-page monthly grids, double-page 2009 and 2010 yearly grids, lists of international holidays and international calling codes/time differences, pages for notes, and a personal information page.
Text by Arlene Hirschfelder, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe. Size: 6 5/8 x 8 in.; 112 pages; hardcover Wire-O bound.
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Book Description Pomegranate, 2008. Spiral_bound. Condition: New. 112 pp. spiral bound hardcover BRAND NEW GIFT QUALITY. Pages clean & tight. No markings. Gorgeous condition. Digital image available upon request. An incredible compilation of Native American Indian art & history -- color images for every week, notations of historical consequence for the Native American population on each day of the month. Seller Inventory # 45222