5 edition of Navajo native dyes, their preparation and use. found in the catalog.
Navajo native dyes, their preparation and use.
by Okl., Printing Dept., Chilocco Agricultural School in [Chilocco
Written in English
|Statement||Compiled by Stella Young, head, Home Economics Department, Wingate Vocational High School. Illustrated with drawings by Charles Keetsie Shirley, Navajo. A publication of the Education Division, U. S. Office of Indian Affairs. Edited by Willard W. Beatty, director of education.|
|Series||United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Indian handcrafts 2|
|Contributions||Bryan, Nonabah Gorman., Shirley, Charles Keetsie, illus., Beatty, Willard Walcott, 1891- ed.|
|LC Classifications||E98.I5 U73 vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||41011560|
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Navajo Native Dyes: Their preparations and use Recipes formulated by Nonabah G Bryan, Navajo Compiled by Stella Young Illustrations by Charles Keetsie Shirley, Navajo United States Department of the Interior: Bureau of Indian Affairs FIRST EDITION Recipes for making genuine Navajo dyes, primarily for coloring wool to be woven into by: 6.
Navajo Native Dyes: Their preparations and use Recipes formulated by Nonabah G Bryan, Navajo Compiled by Stella Young Illustrations by Charles Keetsie Shirley, Navajo United States Department of the Interior: Bureau of Indian Affairs FIRST EDITION Recipes for making Navajo native dyes Navajo dyes, primarily for coloring wool to be woven into rugs.5/5(3).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Navajo native dyes. Palmer Lake, Colo.: Filter Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Get this from a library. Navajo native dyes: their preparation and use. [Stella Young; Nonabah Gorman Bryan; Charles Keetsie Shirley; Willard W Beatty; United. Through cooperation with government agents, American settlers, and traders, Navajo weavers not only succeeded financially but also developed their own artistic crafts.
Shunning the use of brightly dyed yarn and opting for the natural colors of sheep’s wool, these weavers, primarily women, developed an intricate style that has few rivals. Navajo native dyes: their preparation and use by Bryan, Nonabah Gorman; Young, Stella.
Publication date Topics Navajo textile fabrics, Dyes and dyeing, Navajo Indians, Dye plants Publisher Mineola, N.Y.: Dover Publications Collection Internet Archive : Navajo Native Dyes: Their Preparation and Use by Bryan, Nonabah G.; Young, Stella and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Navajo Native Dyes: Their Preparation and Use: Reprint of the U.S.
Bureau of Indian Affairs edition. 75 pp., line illus. Very slight crease to front cover, corners lightly bumped, slight rippling (but no stains) to bottom margins of first four leaves only.
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