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5 Of The Most Magical Objects In Our Collection
June 29, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

Pictured above is a Campa Shaman’s hood, the fourth object to be discussed in our 5 Of The Most Magical Objects In Our Collection series ( click HERE to see the other blogs in the series). You may have noticed that the hood has the body parts of a number of birds and small animals sewn […]

Roach Headdress: The Original Faux-hawk
April 19, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

When most people think of Native Americans, they imagine them either wearing a feather war bonnet or a headband with a small number of feathers in it, and that’s not a completely ridiculous assumption because this type of head wear was indeed worn by members of many Native American cultures as were the lesser-known bison […]

Spectrum of Birthdays: HMNS Celebrates in Any Tradition!
April 14, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

by Rochelle Beckford and Karen Whitley Birthdays are an event that is celebrated in nearly every culture around the world. Every culture has its own traditions. Some traditions are based on the standing of the family in the community, the gender of the child, the birth order, or religion. Here at the HMNS we have […]

A Symbol of Culture: Francs Guinéens Paint a Picture of Life in Guinea
November 10, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

by Kaylee Gund During a recent visit to the Museum’s offsite collections storage, one carving in particular caught my eye — the Nimba (D’mba). After living in Guinea for over a year, I immediately honed in on the familiar polished wood of the Nimba among the other West African pieces. The Nimba is a symbol […]


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