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Other examples of spider web imagery are found on a Lakota quilled cradle cover (Cat. No. 9048) curated at the National Museum of the American Indian and illustrated in (Maurer 1993: 58) and an engraved tomahawk blade published in an article by John Painter (2005: 191, Fig. 13).
Gray, Louis Herbert, George Foot Moore, John Arnott MacCulloch. 1919. The Mythology of All Races: North America. Vol X. Marshal Jones Company: London.
Hail, Barbara A. 1980. Hau, Kola! University of Washington Press: Seattle.
Maurer, Evan M. 1993. "Visions of the People". In American Indian Art 18(2):56-63.
Painter, John. 2005. "Moths and the Plains Indians: Their Fascinating Connection". In The People of the Buffalo - The Silent Memorials: Artifacts as Cultural and Historical Documents. Vol. 2 (185-192).