From the Collections of the Gallery of West Bohemia in Pilsen
National Museum of the American Indian
Map and Guide
- Part of Scala’s informative Map and Guide series
- Presented in a handy and accessible format for travellers
A relatively new addition to the Smithsonian Institution’s celebrated Mall of Museums in Washington D.C., the National Museum of the American Indian is one of the world’s largest and finest assemblages of Native American artefacts from the Arctic to South America. It holds 800,000 objects, spans 100,000 years and represents 1,000 tribes, offering a fascinating and comprehensive portrayal of Native American life, culture and history. This title in Scala’s informative and accessible Map and Guide series illustrates the museum’s most important works, giving a glimpse into the rich heritage of the Native American people.
From British Residency to Osmania University College for Women
Millennia-old Central Asian civilisations, from the Neolithic to the Early Medieval period