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Lyceum of Humanities Prepared by Shemetova Nastya, 7 B Teacher Ukolova Elena Lvovna Saratov 2010
Contents Introduction. Part I. Beads in the life of the Indians. Part II. Kinds of beads. 1.1. Indian beads from natural materials. 1.2. European beads. 1.3. Shape, colour and other aspects. Part III. Implications of beads. 3.1. Spiritual implications. 3.2. Religious implications, ceremonies and rituals. 3.3. Aesthetic implications. 3.4. Historical and cultural implications. 3.5. Economic implications. 3.6. Political implications. 3.7. Social implications. Part IV. Beads in the cut of European culture. Part V. Our personal contribution. Conclusion.
James Fenimore Cooper
to prove that jewelry made from beads carried a great spiritual message for Indians; to find out how colonists used beads to come into contact with Native Americans; to compare the Indian and European perception of beads; to awake my schoolmates’ interest in the great wisdom of the Indians; to draw my schoolmates’ attention to the problem of preserving Native American unique cultural heritage.
European beads Native Americans quickly adopted the new material, incorporating glass beads into traditional patterns.
Round glassy beads were associated with seeds, berries, shells, life and light because of their form. Their polished surface had a conceptual relationship with 'seeing the soul'.
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