Native American
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  1. Picture Talk: Global Communication At Your Fingertips.  Paperback - 31 pages (May 1999)  Langenscheidt Publishing Group; ISBN: 0887291910 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.34 x 5.95 x 4.16 .  Picture from Amazon.com . 
  2. Meader, Jonathan; The Wordless Travel Book .  (Ten Speed Press, Berkeley CA, USA, c1995.)  ISBN 0-89815-809-15 . 
  3. Liungman, Carl G.; Dictionary of Symbols. (W.W. Norton & Co., ©1991 by Carl G. Liungman.)  ISBN 0-393-31236-4.  English translation of Symboler--västerländska ideogram. (Merkur International KB, Malmö, Sweden, © 1974 by Carl G. Liungman.)
  4. Wahlman, Maude;  Signs and Symbols: African Images in African American Quilts. (In a private e-mail to the author of Jan 16, 2001, Dr. Maude Southwell Wahlman said: "I'm afraid that you are making too big a jump between the scripts [Vai and Ndibisi] being in my book and assuming that they were woven into quilts. They were not. West Africans had traditions of protective writing, and used abstractions from numerous writing systems in textile designs. The idea of protective writing survives many places in the New World, and is seen in many textile and charm traditions...)
  5. "Postcard: AMERICAN INDIAN SYMBOLS and their meanings."  Published by Prairie Production Co., 1637 S. Boston, Tulsa, OK 74119, (918) 599-9333 .  Photo by © Storer S-20531.