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Contemporary Hawaiian Quilting

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.H39
A78
2002
c1

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Contemporary Hawaiian Quilting : at the cutting edge

Arthur, Linda,.

Waipahu, Hawaii : Island Heritage Pub., 2002.

122 p : col. ill. ;.

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Hawaiian quilts are a stunning visual testament to the collision of the Western and Polynesian worlds in the 19th century. In 1820 the first permanent residents from the Western world came to Hawaii to stay and set in motion a chain of events that have repercussions even today. These quilts directly reflect the natural world of the Islands, and the culture of the varied peoples who have inhabited the Hawaiian archipelago. Hawaii's textiles, more than those of any other region, are intimately tied to their environment and to the breathtaking beauty of the Islands.

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ISBN:

978-0-89610-373-3

Author:

Arthur, Linda,.

Title:

Contemporary Hawaiian Quilting : at the cutting edge / by Linda Arthur, PhD.

Edition:

2nd ed.

Publisher:

Waipahu, Hawaii : Island Heritage Pub., 2002.

Physical:

122 p : col. ill. ;.

Summary:

Hawaiian quilts are a stunning visual testament to the collision of the Western and Polynesian worlds in the 19th century. In 1820 the first permanent residents from the Western world came to Hawaii to stay and set in motion a chain of events that have repercussions even today. These quilts directly reflect the natural world of the Islands, and the culture of the varied peoples who have inhabited the Hawaiian archipelago. Hawaii's textiles, more than those of any other region, are intimately tied to their environment and to the breathtaking beauty of the Islands.

Subject:

Hawaiian quilts--Art quilts.

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