Angel De Cora, Karen Thronson, and the art of place : how two Midwestern women used art to negotiate migration and dispossession /
"Angel De Cora (c. 1870-1919) was a Native Ho-Chunk artist who received relative acclaim during her lifetime. Karen Thronson (1850-1929), on the other hand, was a Norwegian settler housewife who created crafts and folk art in obscurity along with the other women of her small immigrant community...
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|Imprint:||Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, |
|Series:||Iowa and the Midwest experience.
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