By Mable Morrow, 243 pages
Originally published in 1975, Indian Rawhide has since been the primary resource for those wishing to research the unique American Indian art form of parfleche production. This book includes detailed discussion on methods of preparation, tool usage and tribal decorations. Of special interest and importance is a chart of parfleche design characteristics, so that articles can be identified according to tribe or area. Includes 55 photographs, 74 line drawings and 80 color pattern designs.