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National Museum of African Art Docent James Brown, Jr., with Preschoolers
Photographer: Jeffrey Ploskonka Date: 1988 Type: Photographic print Standard number: 2003-19519 Summary: Docent James Brown, Jr. introduces young visitors to the art of Africa at National Museum of African Art (NMAfA). With the help of his puppet friend Kaboundi Gazelle, Brown helps children investigate shapes, learn games, play music and listen to folk...Discover More
The Cherokee language
The language and culture of the Cherokee Nation in the Appalachian region of North Carolina Excerpt from from the documentary “Voices of North Carolina” * at 1:34 Mark Brown is incorrectly identified as Herman Wachacha. DVD Available Voices of North Carolina ______________________________________ About VOICES OF NORTH CAROLINA The Old North State is home to diverse language...Discover More
Rebbilib (Marshallese Navigational Charts)
NAVIGATIONAL CHART (Rebbilib) Marshallese people, Marshal islands, 19th-early 20th century In the Marshall islands, navigation was, and remains, a crucial skill on which the lives of the navigators and all who sailed with them depended. In the past, knowledge of art and navigation was a closely guarded...Discover More