COLUMBIA — Among other things, 6-year-old Isaac Van Doren knows that Northwest American Indians used seal intestines to create waterproof clothing, that the four character types in a traditional Thai puppet drama are joker, princess, hermit and demon, and that Mesoamerican peoples used an elaborate calendar system to name children after the day on which they're born.
MU Museum of Anthropology program shares world culture with children
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