4 edition of Alaska Native Arts and Crafts Cooperative Association, inc. found in the catalog.
Alaska Native Arts and Crafts Cooperative Association, inc.
Ernst and Ernst. Management Services Division.
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|Statement||Ernst & Ernst, Management Services Division.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A3 E76 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||81462056|
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The Association bought native art and craft goods on consignment and transferred them to the Alaska Native Arts and Crafts Clearing House, another BIA sponsored inc.
book, for re-sale. In another instance of encouraging exports, ANICA purchased whale and seal oil from natives in Point Hope, and shipped oil to Seattle for sale to soap arters: Seattle.
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Fine Art in the Far North: What to Know and What to Ask. The unique crafts produced in Alaska capture the hearts and souls of its artists—natives and non-natives alike who are tied to their land in a very deep way.
From birch trees to whalebone, Alaskan crafts come from the earth and the ancient past. Inthe cooperative’s only retail shop, ANAC Cache, was opened to test the retail market and acquaint the public with Alaska crafted products.
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