Welcome to this GCC Guide! It is divided into several main parts, which can be found through the left:
This guide highlights historic and contemporary creative cultural contributions of Native Americans. Please see categories of contributions in left sidebar.
This guide is not comprehensive and their are certainly gaps in the recommendations. Please note, too, that some of the linked catalog searches are constrained by the limitations of the metadata and library systems. Though an attempt is made to highlight works created by Native Americans these searches will sometime yield results by authors outside the Native American community.
The stamp was created by Tlingit/Athabascan artist Rico Worl. The stamp design depicts a raven just as he escapes from his human family and begins to transform back into his bird form. To create the stamp art, Worl used formline, the traditional design style of the Indigenous people of the northern Northwest Coast. The art director is Antonio Alcalá. (United States Postal Service)