Artifacts in Aboriginal Cultural Centres

By: MASON, Janet, and Carole DIGNARD DIGNARD, Carole

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MASON, Janet, and Carole DIGNARD. Artifacts in Aboriginal Cultural Centres.[Ottawa] : Canadian Conservation Institute, (2011). Pp (6),1-8,1-2,(4),1-2 5,(1),1-3,(5),1-31,(1),1-2,[1]-8. Illustrated. 4to, black spiral binding, illustrated pale green card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Unit 1 : Why Do Objects Deteriorate? Introduction. Materials and the Agents of Deterioration. Unit 2 : Recognizing Deterioration. Introduction. Recognizing Deterioration in Organic and Inorganic Materials : A Note About Handling Objects; Tools and Senses Used to Estimate Deterioration. The Materials : OrganicMaterial from Animals; Organic Materials from Plants; Other Organic Materi als; Inorganic Materials. Unit 3 : Ways to Reduce Deterioration. Introduction. Risk Assessment. The Building that Holds Your Collection. Handling Objects. Artifacts in Storage. Djsappearing Artifacts (Thieves, Vandals and Dissociations). Storage for Specific Materials. Artifacts on Display. Disappearing Artifacts (Thieves, Vandals and Dissociations). Supplies and Suppliers. Very good. 20.00

Title: Artifacts in Aboriginal Cultural Centres

Author Name: MASON, Janet, and Carole DIGNARD DIGNARD, Carole

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Canadian Conservation Institute, Ottawa, 0,:

Seller ID: 114882

Keywords: ARTIFACTS ABORIGINAL NATIVE CONSERVATION CANADA CANADIAN,