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native american pottery & textiles
NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY
Margaret Tafoya: A Tewa Potter’s Heri-
tage and Legacy.
Mary Ellen and Laurence
Blair. Margaret Tafoya’s paramount place in
the evolution of Tewa Pueblo pottery in Santa
Clara, New Mexico, includes a history of the
Pueblo people, Margaret Tafoya’s life, Santa
Clara pottery-making techniques, and the Tafoya
family and descendants. She has adhered to the
traditions of her pueblo, and demonstrates the
very best in Tewa Pueblo pottery.
Size:9’’x12’’•179photos• Index•200pp.
ISBN:0-88740-080-9•hardcover•$45.00
Pueblo Pottery Families.
Revised &
Expanded3rdEdition
.LillianPeaster,&
GuyBerger.Morethan554modernSouth-
westPueblopottersareintroducedfrom102
familieswith160colorphotographsofthem
andtheirmeticulouswork.Traditionaland
new forms are displayed to demonstrate
the evolving nature of their work. A new
valuereferencereflectsthepresentpottery
market. Size: 9" x 6" • 160 color photos • 160 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-2880-0
•softcover•$19.95
Pueblo and Navajo Contemporary Pottery
and Directory of Artists.
2nd edition,
revised and expanded
. Guy Berger & Nancy
Schiffer. The traditions of Pueblo and Navajo
artists from Arizona and NewMexico with new
interpretationsby themoderngeneration.Pottery
from Acoma, Hopi, Jemez, Navajo, San Felipe,
San Ildefonso, San Juan, Santa Ana, Zia, and
Zuni families. The Directory of Artists includes
kachina carvers, jewelry makers, sculptors, and
potters. •Size:81/2"x11"•100sofcolorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 168 pp. ISBN:0-7643-1896-
9•softcover•$29.95
Storytellers and Other Figurative Pottery.
Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition
. Douglas
Congdon-Martin.In1964,HelenCorderoofCochiti
pueblocreatedthefirststoryteller,aclayimageofher
grandfatherwithfivechildrenclingingtohim.Here
thereaderwillfindthemostextensivecollectionof
storytellers ever gathered in print. Over 400 pieces
by nearly 150 artists are shown in full color, and
organizedbypueblo.
Size:81/2’’x11’’•501colorphotos
Index•144pp. ISBN:0-7643-0805-X•softcover
•$19.95
Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians:
1600-1880.
Larry Frank & Francis H. Harlow.
Workingwithoutapotter’swheel,Pueblo Indians
in the American Southwest create beautiful
ceramic ware for both utilitarian and ceremonial
use. This is the first comprehensive account of
historic Pueblo pottery, and results from years
of study. With nearly 200 examples, the authors
appraise the aesthetic value of Pueblo pottery
as rivaling that of any ware made by Neolithic
societies. • Size:81/2"x11"•231photos•176pp.
ISBN:0-88740-227-5•hardcover•$35.00
Zuni Pottery.
Marian E. Rodee & James Ostler. The
Zuni Pueblo,150 miles west of the Rio Grande Valley
on the Arizona border in New Mexico, is the source of
beautiful traditional Zuni pottery. With many photo-
graphs, this work presents some of the finest current
pots and the talented young potters whose heritage
has lead them to this exciting art form. Size:6’’x9’’•66
photos•92pp.ISBN:0-88740-100-7•softcover•$9.95
native american textiles
Rugs and Posts: The Story of NavajoWeav-
ing and the Role of the Indian Trader.
Re-
vised & Updated 3rd Edition
. H.L. James. The
classic study of the Navajo rug and the trading
posts associated with each unique style. New
information helps explain and display the beauty
and craft of the Navajo Indians. Illustrated with
49 new color plates and many black-and-white
photographs and drawings.
Size:9"x12’’•100+photos&maps•120pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2208-7•softcover•$24.95
Weaving of the Southwest.
2nd edition,
revised
. Marian Rodee. This book presents
important information on Pueblo, Navajo, Rio
Grande, and Morthern Mexican weaving styles
of the Southwestern U. S. region. Traditional
and modern styles of blankets, clothing, and
rugs are identified and explained in detail, with
brief accounts of some of the old trading posts
that sold them. The evolving weaving styles are
explained, including a caution for identifying
foreign copies.
Size: 9” x 12” • 579 photos • Index • 248 pp.
ISBN: 0-7643-1854-3 • soft cover • $29.95
Navajo Weaving Today.
Nancy N. Schiffer.
The traditional regional styles long associated
with Navajo blankets and rugs continue to
evolve. Here contemporary weavings are shown
in color, with text identifying many of today’s
weavers. The new styles of Burntwater, Wide
Ruins, Ganado, Crystal, Chinle, Two Grey Hills,
Teec Nos Pos, Western Reservation and Shiprock
area designs show the continuing talent among
today’s Navajo weavers.
Size:81/2"x11"•172colorphotos•64pp.
ISBN:0-88740-319-0•softcover•$12.95
Pictorial Weavings of the Navajo.
Nancy
N. Schiffer. In this folk art, representations of
recognizable objects occasionally have been a
part of Navajo weavings at least since the mid-
19th century. Pictorial weavings are shown with
new as well as older examples. Here are familiar
and imaginary animals, birds, people, religious
designs, and multiple weavings of fantastic
details, arranged chronologically within design
groups to demonstrate the evolution of styles.
Size:81/2"x11"•194colorphotos•64pp.
ISBN:0-88740-318-2•softcover•$12.95
Hopi Wicker Plaques & Baskets.
Robert W.
Rhodes. Beautiful styles and designs of woven
plaques and baskets made by Hopi women
artists of Third Mesa in Arizona in 67 categories
through over 475 color photographs. Historical
background of the Hopi people, weaving ma-
terials and techniques, uses of the baskets and
plaques, and their values today are discussed.
A valuable reference for identifying old and
contemporary. Size:81/2"x11"•489colorphotos
•PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2685-1•softcover•$29.95
Indian Basketry of the Northeastern Wood-
lands.
Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh and William A.
Turnbaugh.Over500vividphotographsandengaging
discussionrecognizealong-overlookedbasketmaking
tradition.Authorsfeaturewoodsplintandsweetgrass
basketryfromSouthernNewEngland/LongIsland,
NorthernNewEngland/CanadianMaritimes,Upper
New York State, and the Great Lakes. The craft
that brought Eastern Algonquians and Iroquoians
throughgenerationsofturmoilcontinuestodaywith
talentedartisans.
Size:81/2"x11"•505color&b/wimages•176pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4729-0•hardcover•$49.99
American Indian Baskets: Building and
Caring for a Collection.
William A. Turnbaugh
and Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh. 786 clear images
and concise descriptions delineate specific tribal
styles within Native North America’s nine basket-
ry regions: Southwest, Great Basin, California,
Plateau, Northwest Coast, Arctic and Subarctic,
Plains, Southeast, and Northeast. Includes an
in-depth comparison of imported baskets passed
off as American Indian work.
Size:81/2"x11"•786colorphotos•Index•272 pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4404-6•hardcover•$59.99
Indian Baskets.
3rd edition, revised.
Sarah
Peabody & William A. Turnbaugh. The diversity
of North American Indian and Eskimo baskets,
including basket making techniques, materials,
forms, and decoration, with information on native
lifestyles. More than 175 regional and tribal styles
are documented. Identification keys, glossary,
maps, and bibliographies add to its broad appeal.
Includes a price guide.
Size:81/2"x11"•139colorphotos
PriceGuide•256pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-1900-6•softcover•$29.95
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