The Arts of Indigenous North America

Description

In 1965, Luella D. Saxby donated approximately 50 objects creating the F. May Young Collection at the AD&A Museum.  Subsequent gifts by Mrs. William T. Campbell, Mrs. and Mrs. John Dedola and Professor (Emeritus) Alfred Moir helped round out the collection of Indigenous Art from Canada, Alaska, the Midwest as well as the Sounthern United States.

Collection Items

Bottle cover

Maker unknown
Food Dish

Maker unknown
Basket covered bottle

Pendant

Maker unknown
Blanket

Maker unknown
Basket

Maker unknown
Blanket

Maker unknown
Covered Bottle

Maker unknown
Basket Covered Bottle

Maker unknown
Basket Covered Bottle

Maker unknown
Chief's Blanket

Maker unknown
Potlatch Bowl in the Form of a Seal

Maker unknown
Haida Potlatch Spoon

Wolf Head Mask

Cradle

Oval Basket

Maker unknown
Cuna Indian Wooden Spear

Ax Blade

Basket

Maker unknown
Drum stick

Maker unknown
Wrist guard

Maker unknown
Basket

Maker unknown
Small food basket

Maker unknown, Arizona, Hopi
Small food basket

Maker unknown, Pueblo
Clay Basket

WHEETE, Treva
Manuel of Tesuque

Kiowa, Oklahoma
Kiowa Portfolio
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