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    • (Unknown people) North Dakota doll c. 1920

    • Native American Dolls
    • A cloth doll. male, in fur hat with a painted leather face with bead features, yarn hait in 3 braids. Leather hands, buckskin shirt, pants with red, blue and white bead trim, holding a buckskin bag with green bead trim (1963.1.34)
    • The Living Museum vol. 51, no. 01, 1989

    • Museums -- publications -- anniversary; Art exhibitions -- Baum, Don; Museum buildings -- State of Illinois art gallery; Museum exhibits -- illustration -- Children's books; Museum buildings -- Lockport gallery; Archaeology -- Mississippian...
    • The Living Museum turns 50; Don Baum: Domus; Artist, the book, and the Child; Mississippian society and culture; Calendar; Illinois State museum Society; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol. 45, no. 01; Winter, 1983

    • Archaeology -- Modoc Rock; Abercrombie, Gertrude; Ethnology -- Indians of North America -- Dolls; Fossils -- Psaronius; Museums -- Travel -- East Africa; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel -- Chicago -- Dutch painting
    • Modoc rock shelter: new stories from an old site; Magic of Gertrude Abercrombie; Native American tools; Psaronius, tree fern of the coal age; East African geologic and wildlife safari; Calendar; Sampler tour: Art Institute of Chicago's Dutch...
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 01; Spring, 1996

    • Coffins -- Illinois -- 19th century; Museum employees -- editor -- Britton, Kimberly; Botany -- species identification; Museum employees -- Robinson, Orvetta; Museum employees -- Langer, Dorothy; Indians of North America -- Pueblo pottery --...
    • Kimberly K. Britton appointed Museum editor; In a box of pine: coffins from the Grafton historic cemetery; Saluting years of their faithful service; Pueblo ceramic figurines; Friends are for keeps!; North American pollen database; Shape of things...
    • The Living Museum vol. 68, no. 02,03; Summer, Fall 2006

    • Black, Jerome Longknife; Blackfeet Tribe; Native Americans -- Ethnography; Indians of North America -- Montana -- Ethnography; Global Climate Change -- Illinois; Climatic Changes -- Illinois; Global Warming -- Illinois; Northern Cardinal --...
    • Curious legacy of Jerome Longknife-Black (1940-2004); Global climate change and Illinois; Illinois sightings of bilateral gynandromorphism in birds; Lincoln's grand old mammoth; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 42, no. 01; 1980

    • Museums -- Publications -- Anniversary; Indians of North America -- Quillwork; Art exhibitions -- Photography -- Competition; Publications -- Eifert, Virginia; Fossils -- Illinois -- Mazon Creek; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits -- Calendar;...
    • Into the 1980s: A Living Museum; The Living Museum is 40; Porcupine quillwork an Amerindian applied decorative technique; Illinois Photographers '80; Writings of Virginia Eifert; Fossils from Mazon Creek; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar; Index...
    • The Living Museum vol. 55, no. 01; Spring, 1993

    • Armadillos; Fish decoys; Decoy fishing -- history; French -- Illinois -- Peoria -- History; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Moths -- identification; Butterflies -- identification; Museum exhibits -- Pueblo pottery
    • Armadillos: invasion or return?; Ancient art of decoy fishing; French Peoria; Living in the past; Calendar; Pueblo pottery of the American southwest
    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 01; Winter, 1978-79

    • Glaciers -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Ice-free corridor; Paleontology -- Elephant hunting -- North America; Indians of North America -- Great Lakes -- Beads; Bird migration -- Range extension; Museum employees -- Ridgely, Frances --...
    • Ancient glaciers in Illinois; Ice-free corridor: prehistoric pathway; Elephant hunters in North America; Beads: upper Great Lakes Indians; Overmigration: a method of range expansion?; In memoriam; Calendar; East African geologic safari
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 01, 1992

    • Indians of North America -- pottery; Museums -- research -- DNA; Museums -- development -- Illinois State Museum Society; Art exhibitions -- calendar; Mr. Imagination; Nettles, Bea; Geichman, Judith; Altman, Edith; Museum publications --...
    • Pre-Columbian pottery: form, function , and symbol; Discovering a Final Frontier; Partners for the Future; Upcoming art exhibitions; Living in the past; Calendar; Thinking Modern
    • The Living Museum vol. 47, no. 01; Winter, 1985

    • Art exhibitions -- Thecla, Julia ; Art -- Acquisitions; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Napoleon Hollow site; Indians of North America -- Archaic; Museum employees -- Evans, Robert; Museum publications; Museums -- Travel --Aztalan; Museum exhibits --...
    • Julia Thecla: painter of magic worlds and private visions; Archaic period occupations at the Napoleon Hollow site; Evans accepts directorship of Tarble Arts Center; New publications; Archaeology study tour of Aztalan, Effigy Mounds, and the...
    • The Living Museum vol. 48, no. 02; Spring, 1986

    • Worst, Edward -- Weaving ; Handicrafts -- Education; Museum exhibits -- Mississippian culture -- Dickson Mounds; Fossils -- Lesleya -- Reconstruction; Caves -- Illinois; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Rench Site; Museums -- Travel -- Acadia; Art --...
    • Edward F. Worst: craftsman and educator; Mississippian lifeways exhibit opens at Dickson Mounds; Reconstructing coal age trees; Illinois caves; Rench Site archaeological project 1977 to 1986
    • The Living Museum vol. 62, no. 01,02, 2000

    • Museum exhibits -- Amish quilts; Amish -- culture; Military training camps -- Illinois -- world war, 1939-1945; Prisoners of war -- Illinois -- Camp Ellis; Museum acquisitions -- Robnet, Stephen Scott; Artist -- aka Jonathan Flew; Birdsong --...
    • Discovering Illinois Amish quilts; Reveille to retreat: the story of Camp Ellis in World War II; Gifted artist-turned-writer gives gift; Singing in Sangamon County; preliminary dates on cessation of song in selected species; Mary Juan, Maricopa...
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 02, 03; Summer/Fall, 1996

    • Museums techniques -- Zoological specimens -- taxidermy; Akeley, Carl; Quiltmakers -- Fallert, Caryl Bryer; Art exhibitions -- American painting -- (Un)earthly delights; Feathers -- Religious aspects -- Feather distribution project; Paleobotany...
    • The taxidermist's historic role in museum exhibits; The textile art of Caryl Bryer Fallert; (un)earthly delights: an exhibit by 5 Illinois artists; 4,000,000 gifts for the gods: the feather distribution project; George Langford, Sr., amateur...
    • The Living Museum vol. 53, no. 02, 1991

    • Freshwater mussels -- Missouri; Freshwater mussels -- Arkansas; Freshwater mussels -- Oklahoma; Freshwater mussels -- Kansas; Play -- toys -- 19th century; Trees -- growth; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Dragonflies -- Ohio emerald dragonfly; Museum...
    • Ozark mussels: struggling for survival; Children's toys: the nature of play in the nineteenth century; Mystery in the backyard: Case of the surrounding limb; Vulnerable species: Calendar; Ohio emerald dragonfly; Living in the past; FOCI: Nereyda...

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