Southwest Indian Arts And Crafts (silent, 1973)

Silent. Examines the handicrafts of American Indians of the Southwest as examples of traditions and skills that have been passed from generation to generation. Shows Navajo rugs, San Ildefonso and Acoma pottery, Hopi and Zuñi jewelry, katchina dolls, and Pima and Papago baskets.

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