A pictorial study of the design art of the American Indian includes motifs drawn from every tribal and regional craftWhen he had some one move it away from the place where it had been sitting they found a small red-cedar tree ... The first of the ten dresses was for a young girl; the second was the maturity dress, to be worn while dancing the maturity dance; the third was the dress to be put on after ... In the old time, when he was making rules for his people, Kumush had said that at maturity a girl should dance five daysanbsp;...
|Title||:||American Indian Design and Decoration|
|Author||:||LeRoy H. Appleton|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 1950|