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Final Project Inspiration Mayan warrior. Face painting is colorful and the symbols used are very fascinating ---> I hope to use some on my project:)
Tā moko is the permanent body and face marking by Māori, the indigenous people of New Zealand. Traditionally it is distinct from tattoo and tatau in that the skin was carved by uhi (chisels) rather than punctured. This left the skin with grooves, rather than a smooth surface.
Above we show a majestic photo of a Wishham Indian Girl. It was made in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis. The illustration documents a Tlakluit woman, half-length portrait, facing front, wearing a heavily beaded buckskin dress, several necklaces, beads, shells, dentalium-shell nose ornament and a headdress of beads and hollow-centered Chinese coins. We have compiled this collection of artwork mainly to serve as a vital educational resource. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarcee Mom and Child, c.1900. Need to use this along with pic of mom and kids Dust Bowl image. Great lesson idea somewhere in there.