Drawing with Great Needles: Ancient Tattoo Traditions of North America

Drawing with Great Needles: Ancient Tattoo Traditions of North America

Aaron Deter-Wolf Carol Diaz-Granados F. Kent Reilly III David H. Dye Lars Krutak Antoinette B. Wallace Benjamin A. Steere James R. Duncan / Aug 12, 2020
Drawing with Great Needles Ancient Tattoo Traditions of North America For thousands of years Native Americans throughout the Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains used the physical act and visual language of tattooing to construct and reinforce the identity of individuals
  • Title: Drawing with Great Needles: Ancient Tattoo Traditions of North America
  • Author: Aaron Deter-Wolf Carol Diaz-Granados F. Kent Reilly III David H. Dye Lars Krutak Antoinette B. Wallace Benjamin A. Steere James R. Duncan
  • ISBN: 9780292749122
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For thousands of years, Native Americans throughout the Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains used the physical act and visual language of tattooing to construct and reinforce the identity of individuals and their place within society and the cosmos The act of tattooing served as a rite of passage and supplication, while the composition and use of ancestral tattoo bundles waFor thousands of years, Native Americans throughout the Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains used the physical act and visual language of tattooing to construct and reinforce the identity of individuals and their place within society and the cosmos The act of tattooing served as a rite of passage and supplication, while the composition and use of ancestral tattoo bundles was intimately related to group identity The resulting symbols and imagery inscribed on the body held important social, civil, military, and ritual connotations within Native American society Yet despite the cultural importance that tattooing held for prehistoric and early historic Native Americans, modern scholars have only recently begun to consider the implications of ancient Native American tattooing and assign tattooed symbols the same significance as imagery inscribed on pottery, shell, copper, and stone.Drawing with Great Needles is the first book length scholarly examination into the antiquity, meaning, and significance of Native American tattooing in the Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains The contributors use a variety of approaches, including ethnohistorical and ethnographic accounts, ancient art, evidence of tattooing in the archaeological record, historic portraiture, tattoo tools and toolkits, gender roles, and the meanings that specific tattoos held for Dhegiha Sioux and other Native speakers, to examine Native American tattoo traditions Their findings add an important new dimension to our understanding of ancient and early historic Native American society in the Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains.
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    About "Aaron Deter-Wolf Carol Diaz-Granados F. Kent Reilly III David H. Dye Lars Krutak Antoinette B. Wallace Benjamin A. Steere James R. Duncan"

      • Aaron Deter-Wolf Carol Diaz-Granados F. Kent Reilly III David H. Dye Lars Krutak Antoinette B. Wallace Benjamin A. Steere James R. Duncan

        Aaron Deter Wolf is a Prehistoric Archaeologist with the State of Tennessee s Division of Archaeology His recent projects include excavations at a Late Pleistocene mastodon butchering site near Nashville, investigations of prehistoric shell bearing sites along the Cumberland River, and research into the archaeological evidence for ancient tattooing His research has been funded in part by grants from the National Science Foundation and the Tennessee Historical Commission.In addition to his work for the State of Tennessee, Aaron is an adjunct professor in the department of Sociology and Anthropology at Middle Tennessee State University, and a member of the curatorial team for the exhibition Tattoo Ancient Myths, Modern Meanings He regularly gives presentations on his research, archaeology in general, and Tennessee s prehistoric past for university, school, community, and avocational interest groups.You can follow Aaron s research via Academia.

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    1. I had been wanting to visit Cahokia for a few years Ever since reading 1491, I was aware of its presence just outside of Saint Louis, and it called to me whenever we passed the exit but that was always on the way home from a vacation when we were trying to get back to work and our lives.When I finally convinced my family to make it a part of our vacation, I was impressed by their lovely visitor center And intrigued by the detailed tattoos especially the facial tattoos depicted on the majority of [...]


    2. This book was really interesting and, strangely for a scholarly book, very moving in parts I m a little bummed it doesn t have color illustrations though.



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