Anthropological Sources of the Kiowa Indians
Much of the research on Native American tribes has historically been documented by anthropologists and exists in sources such as books, academic journals and museums. The Kiowa Indians originally were indigenous to the northern plains of Canada but migrated south into the southern plains region of the U.S. after contact with Europeans. Anthropological sources showcase various aspects of Kiowa life.
Dale Campbell ~ Tahltan-Tlingit
Dale is part of the Wolf clan, and she has been creating since 1972. It was at this time that acclaimed artist Dempsey Bob encouraged Dale to study the art of her people. In 1976, an Eagle design by Dale was selected in competiton as the official logo for the Museum of Northern British Columbia. In 1982, Dale helped to design and carve a thirty-foot totem pole that was raised adjacent to the Museum of Northern B.C., in Prince Rupert.
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