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Native American Art

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Rebecca Williams

on 27 September 2012

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Transcript of Native American Art

Native American Art Rebecca Williams Images: Work Cited http://home.comcast.net/~DiazStudents/NativeAmericansMap.jpg
http://p2.la-img.com/297/19374/6579796_1_l.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8f/Bowl_Chaco_Culture_NM_USA.jpg
http://www.deepcreektimes.com/kids/chrono.gif Native American Regions
& major tribes Map of North America What is Native American Art used for? Tools/Utensils
Weapons
Religion
Architecture
Pottery
Weaving/Clothing
Tools, Utensils, & Weapons The culture varied from tribe to tribe, location to location. As a result, the art varied as well. Information:

http://www.native-net.org/na/native-american-tools.html
http://www.native-languages.org/pottery.htm Often made out of wood, stone, and bone, and other materials found in the environment.
Used from a day to day basis
Examples include cooking tool, cutting tools, hunting weapons
Also included weaved baskets and other types of containers Tools, Utensils, and Weapons Examples of axes, hammers, arrow heads, and bone tools from various regions of North America Southwestern Native American pottery is most famous
(It was made throughout the continent)
Used for mainly for storage
Often depicted representations of stories, myths, and religious ideas. Pottery Pottery 11-13th century. New Mexico Southwest American Bowl Evolution of pottery/ceramics making
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