Place Published: Brantford, ON
Publisher: The Woodland Indian Cultural Educational Centre
Date Published: 1980 & 1981
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: Plastic wire-o
BOTH CALENDARS ARE QUITE SCARCE
Woodland Indian Games Calendar 1981 [Cover title].
1980 [Brantford, Ontario]: [The Woodland Indian Cultural Educational Centre], .
Oblong, comb bound self wrappers.  pp. Very good plus with minimal wear.
The calendar features 13 full page illustrations of Native American games by Bill Powless, who was born and raised on the Six Nations of the Grand River Reserve, and has had numerous exhibitions throughout the United States and Canada. He's also illustrated children's books and is a muralist. Month and day names are in Cayuga and the calendar also has historical dates related to the Six Nations interspersed throughout. OCLC locates two copies, one in Canada and one in USA.
Woodland Indian Agriculture Calendar 1982 [Cover title].
1981. [Brantford, Ontario]: [The Woodland Indian Cultural Educational Centre]
Oblong, comb bound self wrappers. pp. Very good plus with minimal wear.
This is the WCC's 1982 calendar, also with 13 full page illustrations by Bill Powless. Month and day names are in Ojibway. OCLC locates no copies.
These 2 calandras are from a series of calendars created by the Woodland Indian Cultural Educational Centre, which exists today as the The Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC). Per its website, the WCC “was established in October 1972, under the direction of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians upon the closure of the Mohawk Institute Residential School (MI). WCC’s focus began on collecting research and artifacts, to develop its library and museum collections, expanding to include the arts in 1975 and the language program in 1984 . . . The WCC serves to preserve, promote and strengthen Indigenous language, culture, art and history"
Very Good+. Item #9026