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INDIANS - POTTERY

Type determinants in Southwestern ceramics and some of their implications

Author: 
L. L. Hargrave
Article Date: 
Winter 1974
Language: 
English
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The line-break, problem child of pueblo pottery

Author: 
K. M. Chapman and B. T. Ellis
Article Date: 
September 1951
Language: 
English
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Southwestern pottery today

Article Date: 
May 1974
Language: 
English
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Southwest Painted potter; II, the historic period

Author: 
C. L. Tanner
Article Date: 
Summer 1947
Language: 
English
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Primitive pottery firing methods

Author: 
H. S. Colton
Article Date: 
April 1939
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Pottery of the modern southwestern Indians

Author: 
C. L. Tanner
Article Date: 
November 1944
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Of pots and plants

Author: 
G. Tierney
Article Date: 
Fall 1976
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Is potter-making a dying art?

Author: 
B. Harvey III
Article Date: 
April-June 1964
Article Abstract: 
Maricopa and Isleta Indians are used as example
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Crafts of Arizona Indians

Author: 
C. L. Tanner
Article Date: 
July 1960
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Ceramic pigments of the Indians of the Southwest

Author: 
F. E. E. Germann
Article Date: 
June 1, 1926
Language: 
English
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