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central/south american art

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Rodney and Barbara Boville (rboville)
Mon, 1 Mar 1999 17:26:33 -0600


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Our school is having a multicultural featival in June. We generally =
spend the 4th quarter looking at the specific countries chosen very =
closely. I being the art teacher focus on the arts of each country =
studied. This year our theme is Central and South Americas. At this =
time I have information on San Blas Island molas, Ecuadorian weavings =
and felt appliques and Guatemalen worry dolls. My list ends there. Help! =
Barbara in Green Bay

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