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MASK, MAN AND OWL TALKING
NORTH AMERICAN ETHNOGRAPHIC COLLECTION
 
Catalog No: 19 / 890
Culture: HAIDA
Locale: AK, LONG ISLAND, HOWKAN
Region: NORTHWEST COAST
Country: USA
Material: WOOD, PIGMENT, METAL
Dimensions: L:27.8 W:25.8 H:18 (in CM)
Acquisition Year: 1869-1890
Donor: EMMONS, GEORGE T., LT.
Keywords: MASK
Category: COSTUME
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Exhibition History:
OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE. CENTER FOR INTER-AMER. RELATIONS AND AMER FEDERATION OF ARTS. May 1978 - March 1985
OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE. AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS, NEW YORK, NY. May 1978 - February 1979
Publication History:
OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE: SECOND EDITION. WARDWELL, ALLEN. EXHIBITION CATALOG. 1978
OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE: NORTHWEST COAST INDIAN ART FROM THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY.FIRST EDITION. WARDWELL, ALLEN. EXHIBITION CATALOG. Publisher: THE CENTER FOR INTER-AMERICAN RELATIONS AND THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF THE ARTS. 1978
Additional Resources:
RECIPROCAL RESEARCH NETWORK (Online tool to facilitate reciprocal and collaborative research about cultural heritage from the Northwest Coast of British Columbia)


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