Beauty, Identity, Pride:
Native North American Footwear
About the Exhibition
Created by Indigenous peoples from diverse regions of North America, ninety pairs of shoes, boots and moccasins will showcase exquisite craftsmanship, regional patterns, and beautiful decoration. The exhibition features rarely seen artifacts chosen entirely from the Bata Shoe Museum's foremost and comprehensive collection of Native footwear.
Beauty, Identity, Pride: Native North American Footwear
October 15, 2007
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Beauty, Identity, Pride in a Changing World
October 23, 2007
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Selected items from the exhibition with detailed descriptions
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