Beaded Critters by Sonal Bhatt

By Sonal Bhatt

Описание и руководства по исполнению 23 различных «созданий», в то или иное время опубликованных на страницах журнала BEAD&BUTTON. Представленные проекты (бижутерия, поделки и сувениры) выполняются в широком диапазоне материалов, жанров и техник (описание базовых техник также включено) - бисероплетение, работа с камнями / стеклом и проволокой, пластика...

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In doing so, they joined the European mercantile society. They became dependent on others to provide not only the luxuries they came to desire but also everyday necessities, such as pots and pans, knives, saws, and axes. Native Americans steadily abandoned their old ways of life. The Potawatomi tribe of Native Americans had mostly lived peacefully alongside the first French settlers. Partly this was because only small numbers of French ever migrated to the area. But in Voyageurs like the one in this drawing by Frederic Remington lived in the Great Lakes regions of North America.

Unfortunately, he again became seriously ill and decided to return north after only a short stay at the Kaskaskia village. While making his return trip to the mission at St. Ignace, Michigan, Marquette died on the eastern shores of Lake Michigan, near present-day Ludington, Michigan. Jolliet never returned to Chicago, but that didn’t stop future Europeans from coming or the fur trade from changing life on the prairies. 20 THE FUR TRADE European fur trappers and traders quickly followed Marquette and Jolliet’s travels south.

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