Vol. 9 No. 2, 1989

What is ‘Huron Art’?: Native American Art and the New Art History. By Ruth B. Phillips

Continuity of Form and Function in the Art of the Eastern Woodlands. By Amelia M. Trevelyan

Tenuous Lines of Descent: Indian Arts and Crafts of the Reservation Period. By Gerald R. McMaster

Totem Poles and the Indian New Deal. By Aldona Jonaitis

Will the ‘Real’ False Face Please Stand Up? By Joanne Danford

Looking for Bella Bella: The R.W. Large Collection and Heiltsuk Art History. By Martha Black

Inuit Women and Graphic Arts: Female Creativity and its Cultural Context. By Janet Catherine Berlo

From the “Dreamtime” to the Present: The Changing Role of Aboriginal Rock Paintings in Western Arnhem Land, Australia. By Paul S.C. Tacon

Introduction to Special Issue

Native Art. By Colleen Cutschall

Book Reviews

Clark, Karin and Jim Gilbert: Northwest Coast Indian Art Curriculum. Reviewed by Susan A. Hudson
Hail, B.A. and K.C. Duncan: Out of the North: The Subarctic Collection of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology. Reviewed by William Asikinack
Halpin, Marjorie M.: Totem Poles: An Illustrated Guide. Reviewed by Dev Yadav
Samuel, Cheryl: The Chilkat Dancing Blanket. Reviewed by Karin Clark

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