Dubin, Margaret
January 2003
News from Native California;Winter2002/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p23
Profiles several California Indian shell artists. Gary Markussen; Bradley Marshall; Melvin Stokes. INSET: Hairsticks in the British Museum.


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