Karuk: The Upriver People
Naturegraph Publishers, 1991 - 143 pàgines
Ron Johnson presents a collection of images of arts and crafts of the Karuk Indians that are housed in museums throughout the United States. The images include examples of lidded gift baskets.
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INTRODUCING THE KARUKARARA
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