Reviews and End Matter
International Bead & Beadwork Conference, Jamey D. Allen and Valerie Hector (eds.) (2007), reviewed by Karlis Karklins
Navajo Beadwork: Architectures of Light, by Ellen K. Moore (2003), reviewed by Kate C. Duncan
Made of Thunder, Made of Glass: American Indian Beadwork of the Northeast, by Gerry Biron (2006), reviewed by Dolores Elliott
Lubāna ezera mitrāja Neolīta dzintars (Neolithic Amber of Lake Lubāns Wetlands), by Ilze B. Loze (2008), reviewed by Aleksandar Palavestra
The Bead Goes On, by Koos van Brakel (2006), reviewed by Karlis Karklins
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