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Candace Greene

Greene, C.S. 1977. Oklahoma Indian Beadwork: Perspectives in Cultural Change. Oklahoma Anthropological Society Bulletin, 26: 123-150.

Greene, C.S. 1977. Storage Techniques for the Conservation of Collections. Oklahoma Museums Association Bulletin, 8:

Greene, C.S. 1978. Storage Techniques for Ethnology Collections. Curator, 21(2): 111-118.

Greene, C.S. 1979. Low Budget Alternatives for Environmental Control. Mountain-Plains Museums Conference Proceedings, 10: 59-62.

Greene, Candace S. 1981. The Stovall Museum of Science and History. American Indian Art Magazine, 6(4): 46-51.

Greene, C.S. 1983. Southeastern Basketry: Tradition and Ecology. Papers in Anthropology, 24(2): 131-143.

Greene, C.S. 1984. Care of Baskets. In: Gettys, M., Basketry of Southeastern Indians. Idabel: Museum of the Red River, pp.65-69.

Greene, Candace S. and Wiedman, D. 1988. Early Kiowa Peyote Ritual and Symbolism: The 1891 Drawing Books of Silverhorn (Haungooah). American Indian Art Magazine, 13(4): 32-41.

Greene, Candace S. 1992. Artists in Blue: The Indian Scouts of Fort Reno and Fort Supply. American Indian Art Magazine, 18(1): 50-57.

Greene, C.S. 1992. Soft Cradles of the Central Plains. Plains Anthropologist, 37(139): 95-113.

Greene, C.S. 1992. Five Paintings of the Medicine Lodge Ceremony. In: Maurer, E., Visions of the People. Minneapolis: Minneapolis Institute of Art, pp.162-165.

Greene, C.S. 1992. Documentation, Attribution, and the Ideal Type. In: Juli, H., Art and Artifacts: Essays in Material Culture and Museum Studies in Honor of Jane Powell Dwyer. Research Papers in Anthropology, No.5. Providence: Brown University, pp.9-17.

Greene, Candace S. and Korn, R. 1993. Review of:[Book review:] Art of the American Indian Frontier: the Chandler-Pohrt Collection. The Exhibitionist, 12(1): 24-25.

Greene, C.S. 1993. The Tepee with Battle Pictures. Natural History, 102(10): 68-76.

Greene, Candace S. (ed.). 1993. Saynday Was Coming Along. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. 32 pages.

Greene, C.S. and Drescher, T. 1994. The Tipi with Battle Pictures: The Kiowa Tradition of Intangible Property Rights. The Trademark Reporter, 84(4): 418-433.

Greene, C.S. 1996. Discovering the Audience: A Reorientation in Musuem Anaylsis. Reviews in Anthropology, 24: 267-276.

Greene, C.S. 1996. Exploring the Three "Little Bluffs" of the Kiowa. Plains Anthropologist, 41(157): 221-242.

Greene, C.S. 1996. Structure and Meaning in Cheyenne Ledger Art. In: Berlo, J., Plains Indian Drawings 1865-1935: Pages from a Visual History. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, pp.26-33.

Greene, Candace S. 1997. Southern Plains Graphic Art Before the Reservation. American Indian Art Magazine, 22(3): 44-53.

Merrill, William L., Hansson, Marian Kaulaity, Greene, Candace S. and Reuss, Frederick J. 1997. A Guide to the Kiowa Collections at the Smithsonian Institution. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, 40: 1-443.

Greene, C.S. 1998. Courting and Counting Coup: Cheyenne Ledger Art at Gilcrease. Gilcrease Journal, 6(1): 4-19.

Greene, Candace S. 1998. Review of:Cheyenne Dog Soldiers: A Ledgerbook History of Coups and Combat. North Dakota History, 65(1): 35-36.

Greene, C.S. 2000. Changing Times, Changing Views: Silver Horn as a Bridge from 19th to 20th Century Kiowa Art. In: Donnelley, R., Transforming Images: The Art of Silver Horn and his Successors. Chicago: Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, pp.15-25.

Greene, C.S. 2000. Silver Horn's Ledger Book: Episodic Time Among the Kiowa. In: Schall, J., Tempus Fugit: Time Flies. Kansas City: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, pp.298-303.

Greene, Candace S. 2000. The Artwork Collection of the National Anthropological Archives: An American Treasure. American Indian Art Magazine, 26(4): 54-65.

Greene, Candace S. 2000. Guest Editor, special issue on artwork collection of the National Anthropological Archives. American Indian Art Magazine, 25(4):

Greene, Candace S. 2001. Art Until 1900. In: DeMallie, Raymond and Sturtevant, William C., Handbook of North American Indians, Plains, Volume 13, Part 2. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, pp.1039-1054.

Greene, Candace S. 2001. Review of:The Five Crows Ledger: Biographic Warrior Art of the Flathead Indians. Great Plains Quarterly, 21: 346-347.

Greene, Candace S.. 2001. Silver Horn: Master Illustrator of the Kiowa. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 360 pages.

Greene, C.S. 2004. From Bison Robes to Ledgers: Changing Contexts in Plains Drawings. European Review of Native American Studies, 18(1): 21-29.

Greene, Candace S. 2005. Winter Counts and Coup Counts: Plains Pictorial Art as Native History. AnthroNotes, 26(2): 1-6.

Greene, C.S. 2005. Fort Marion and the Florida Boys: Rethinking the Named Indian Artist. In: Taylor, C. and Dempsey, H., The People of the Buffalo: The Plains Indians of North America, vol. 2. Verlag fur Amerikanistik/ Tatanka Press, pp.36-42.

Greene, Candace S. 2005. Winter Counts and Coup Counts: Plains Pictorial Art as Native History. AnthroNotes, 25(2): 1-6.

Greene, Candace S. 2006. Arikara Drawings: New Sources of Visual History. American Indian Art Magazine, 31(2): 74-85, 99.

Greene, Candace S. 2006. Winter Counts and Coups Counts: Plains Pictorial Art as Native History. AnthroNotes, 27(1): 1-6.

Greene, Candace S., Richard, B. and Thompson, K. 2007. Treaty Councils and Indian Delegations: The War Department Museum Collection. American Indian Art Magazine, 33(1): 66-80.

Greene, Candace S. and Thornton, R.. 2007. The Year the Stars Fell: Lakota Winter Counts at the Smithsonian. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 377 pages.

Greene, Candace S.. 2009. One Hundred Summers: A Kiowa Calendar Record. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 286 pages.

Greene, Candace S. 2009. Sitting Bull als K√ľnstler. In: Feest, Christian F., Sitting Bull und seine Welt. Vienna, Austria: Kunst Historisches Museum, pp.60-64.

Greene, Candace S. and Kisin, Eugenia 2010. A New Museum-Based Research Curriculum: Smithsonian Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology. Anthropology News, 51(1): 25

Greene, Candace S. 2012. The White Swan Muslin: Deeds of Honor. In: Mack, Joanne M., Father Lindesmith's Collection: History into Art and Anthropology. South Bend, IN: Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, pp.54-64.

Greene, Candace S. 2013. Buffalo and Longhorn: A Medicine Complex Revealed. American Indian Art Magazine, 38(4): 42-53.

Greene, Candace S. 2015. The Use of Plant Fibers in Plains Indian Embroidery. American Indian Art Magazine, 40(2): 58-71.

Greene, Candace 2015. Verbal Meets Visual: Sitting Bull and the Representation of History. Ethnohistory, 62(2): 217-240.

Greene, Candace S.. 2015. Emerging Trends in Museum Anthropology. ,

Greene, Candace S. 2015. Museum Anthropology. In: . John Wiley & Sons, Inc, pp.

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