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Tag Archives: Franz Boas
The show tells a success story not often heard in the world of Indigenous art and culture, chronicling how the Boas/Hunt book has acted as a guide for contemporary Kwakiutl peoples. Melissa Stern March 14, 2019 Settee back, unknown Kwakwaka’wakw maker, … Continue reading