Tattooing Practices of the Cree Indians

CAD $30.00

Tattooing practices among the Cree, with particular emphasis upon the Plains divisions, fully referenced and illustrated in black & white with map of tribal areas covered in text.

Also contains comparative data from the Ojibwa and Assiniboine with whom the Crees camped and hunted. These tribes often adopted each other’s customs to the point where it became difficult to distinguish one from another.”
– from page 3.

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24 pages. Bibliography, diagrams, map and black and white photos.

Written in 1972 so It contains dated language

Note: These are the last remaining copies I have. They were from an estate sale and when they are gone they are gone.

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Weight55 g
Dimensions22 × 15 × .5 cm

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Tattooing practices among the Cree, with particular emphasis upon the Plains divisions, fully referenced and illustrated in black & white with map of tribal areas covered in text.

Also contains comparative data from the Ojibwa and Assiniboine with whom the Crees camped and hunted. These tribes often adopted each other’s customs to the point where it became difficult to distinguish one from another.”
– from page 3.

24 pages. Bibliography, diagrams, map and black and white photos.

Written in 1972 so It contains dated language