The Power Of Red

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Part 2 (New York: 1917), 155. See also Colin F. Taylor, The Plains Indians: The Cultural and Historical View of the North American Plains Tribes of the Pre‐Reservation Period (New York: Crescent Books, 1994), 195–197. xi Tristram R. Kidder, Anthony L. Ortmann, and Lee J. Arco, “Poverty Point and the Archaeology of Singularity,” Society for American Archaeology ‐ Archaeological Record 8, no. 5 (November 2008): 9–12; Jon L. Gibson, “Navels of the Earth: Sedentism in Early Mound‐Building Cultures in the Lower Mississippi Valley,” World Archaeology 38, no. 2 (June 2006): 311–329; Vernon James Knight, Jr., “Symbolism of Mississippian Mounds,” in Powhatan’s Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast, ed. Gregory A. Waselkov, Peter H. Wood, and Tom Hatley (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006), 421–434. xii Warren R. DeBoer, “Colours for a North American Past,” World Archaeology 37 (2005): 66–91; Nicholas J. Saunders, “The colours of light: materiality and chromatic cultures of the Americas,” in Colouring the Past: The Significance of Colour in Archaeological Research, ed. A. Jones and G. MacGregor (Oxford: Berg, 2002), 209– 226. xiii James A. Goss, “Traditional Cosmology, Ecology and Language of the Ute Indians,” Ute Indian Arts and Culture: From Prehistory to the New Millennium, Edited by William Wroth (Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum of the Colorado Fine Arts Center, 2000), p. 47‐49.

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