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October 30, 1994 - April 28, 2002
Location: George Gustav Heye Center, Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House
This inaugural exhibition presents the world views of indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere as reflected in more than 300 objects chosen by 23 Native Americans to illustrate the diversity and continuity of Native cultures. Among the objects on view are bandolier bags from the Ojibwa; robes and a parasol from the Sioux; and wooden carvings from the Kwakiutl of British Columbia.