Native Americans
17.00 in HIGH x 22.00 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 55.88 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Native Americans" printed at bottom left and "(c) 1994 Instructional Fair, Inc., Printed in the USA" printed at bottom right. "Native Americans IF609" and (c) MCMXCIV Instructional Fair, Inc." printed on verso.

Multi-color double-sided poster printed on white paper has an unprinted background with two yellow horizontal rectangles that fill the majority of the page. The upper rectangle is narrower and has, "Southwest Cultural Area" printed in blue font at top center. Two columns of small print appear below. A yellow and blue graphic of the Southwest region of the United States of America appears at top left, and an image of the United States in yellow and red under an average temperature infographic appears at top right. The lower rectangle contains short biographies and color portraits of two men, Geronimo (1829-1909) and R.C. Gorman (1933- ). Additional images include a Pueblo "Adobe Village," a standing woman labeled "Hopi," a seated woman with an infant in a Navajo "Cradle Board," Zuni Pueblo pottery balanced on the head of a woman, and Pueblo "First Corn." "Native Americans" is printed along the right margin in large yellow font and flanked by rectangular red, yellow and black geometric graphics. The back side of the poster is printed in black and white and is divided into four sections with educational activities and information on, "The Far North/Eastern Woodland Hunters," "The Cliff Dwellers," "Southwest Symbols," and "The Storytelling Totem Pole."
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