State of North Dakota

Schafer, Edward T.
January 1995
Faces of Identity, Hands of Skill: Folk Arts in North Dakota;1995, preceding p1
The article presents a message from North Dakota Governor Edward T. Schafer regarding the folk art and cultural heritage of North Dakota. According to Schafer, folk artists from all walks of life throughout the state have worked to enrich the lives of their families, friends, and communities. He noted that folk art is grounded in the identity of people in the state because it is home of many cultural groups.


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