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HOPI INDIANS - POTTERY

What good is a broken pot? An experiment in Hopi-Tewa ethno-archea

Author: 
M. B. Stanisiawski
Article Date: 
June 1969
Language: 
English
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The Hopi Indians

Author: 
R. D. E. Simpson
Article Date: 
November-December 1952
Language: 
English
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The Hopi heritage reflected in clay

Author: 
H. Megargee
Article Date: 
April 7, 1957
Language: 
English
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The ethno-archaeology of Hopi pottery making

Author: 
M. B. Stanislawski
Article Date: 
Summer 1969
Language: 
English
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Seven centuries of Hopi pottery: yellow ware from Arizona State Museum collections

Author: 
K. Hays & D. Dittemore
Article Date: 
Summer 1990
Article Abstract: 
Discussion and illustrations of an exhibit currently mounted at the Museum. Over 100 examples are on display. Illus
Language: 
English
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Nampeyo, famous Hopi potter (1859? To 1942)

Author: 
E. Nequatewa
Article Date: 
January 1943
Language: 
English
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Miniature pottery

Author: 
E. Nequatewa
Article Date: 
July 1939
Language: 
English
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Lena Blue Corn, potter of Hopiland

Author: 
D. M. Smith
Article Date: 
October 1939
Language: 
English
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Identification marks on Hopi and Hopi-Tews pottery

Author: 
M. B. Stanislawski
Article Date: 
Spring 1976
Article Abstract: 
Includes bibliography
Language: 
English
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Hopi pottery fired with coal

Author: 
F. W. Hodge
Article Date: 
July-September 1904
Language: 
English
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