By, Barbara A. Hail 256 pages 1993 (4th revised printing)
A superb and comprehensive study of the wide range of Plains Indian art form the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Representing a period of fine craftsmanship, Hau, Kó! examines male and female clothing from footwear to headgear, ornaments, childhood articles, weapons, tools, utensils, musical instruments, pouches, horse gear, pipes and more. Now in its fourth reprinting, Hau, Kó! has become a standard reference work for students and historians as well as native artists.