2) How does ledger art maintain cultural identity in context of James Trudell's description of human identity?
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Question 1. In what context was ledger art created?
Ledge arts are unusual collections of drawings by the Plain Indians in the 19th and the mid-20th century. The term “ledger” is used to imply the type of paper that was used, usually the ruled paper pages from account books. The Plain Indians obtained these books and pencils as gifts, trade material or even through theft mainly from the whites in the area (Hansen, 2015).
Although modern materials like pencils and ledger book pages were used, it is worth noting that the genre is a continuation of the traditional art culture that originally involved making pictorial representations on such materials as bison hide robes, clothing, tipis, shirts, shields, and leggings.
Plain painting was traditionally used to acknowledge and portray the events in the...
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