But there was more than just birch in a birchbark
Bond takes a close look at how the Native Americans' birchbark
and dugout canoes' light weight and sleek design were translated into boats used by guides, sportsmen, and recreational paddlers alike.
Erdrich has found peace and a new path that includes overseeing a little bookstore, Birchbark
Books, and being a mother again.
From the building of the birchbark
house in spring to the winter tapping of the maples, life is simple and routine--until a visitor arrives and spreads sickness.
Almost unknown, however, is a series of thirty-two beautiful paintings Simcoe executed on sheets of birchbark
. When she returned to England, she presented these works as a gift to King George III, whom she had met in Weymouth just before setting off for Canada.
either a software program called Windows (What the hell is software?, the 1975 people will ask) or on faux-comfy consumer items like flannel shirts and birchbark
lamps that evoke a more Unabomber-like pretechnological time?
From the building of birchbark
canoes by the earliest natives to the crafting of great sailing ships and fine walnut clock cases in Colonial times, we learn how the subtleties of specific tree species were matched to needs for practical function and sheer beauty.
Old Russian Birchbark
Letters: A Pragmatic Approach
100% of all net proceeds from the PAWlitzer Prize event will benefit the SPCA for Monterey County and The Birchbark
Chapter 4 explores the rich subject of Ojibwa material culture, from early indigenous clothing to the use of birchbark
for the making of canoes and shelter.
But it was his birchbark
furniture that would make him famous.
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