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Established in 1967, Whispering Wind is the longest lived publication on American Indian crafts, material culture, history, and now the ONLY magazine on the market that focuses on these topics. Each issue, 48-56 pages, features peer-reviewed articles on Native American material culture, crafts, history and historical images. Each issue includes historical photo analysis as well Native American auction previews and results. Also featured are museum exhibitions, book and music reviews. A great resource for stores that sell American Indian related crafts and interests.
19th Century Wabanaki Beadwork - Part 2 Northern Plains Woman's Breastplate A Quilled & Beaded Picture Frame by Deborah Magee, Blackfeet Artist Plains Art Before 1860 Dakota Women a Ft. Totten Spirit Lake (Historical images) Women's Prairie Style (PowowFashions)