All over North America, groups of Native Americans used a variety of natural materials to create beautiful objects such as pots, baskets, blankets, and masks. Skilled craftworkers used wood, bark, shells, feathers, bones, metals, and porcupine quills in work that can still be seen today. Learn about a wide range of Native American arts and crafts. See examples of the beautiful and intricate work that was produced, and then try out some of the techniques for yourself. This book includes clear, step-by-step instructions for making: a Hopi kachina doll, a fabulous feather headdress, a painted totem pole, an Iroquois false-face mask. Book jacket.