Basketry Of The Papago And Pima

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Papago Woman

Author : Ruth M. Underhill
ISBN : 9781478610489
Genre : Social Science
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A valued classic by a foremost female anthropologist! Underhills fine ethnographic work gives us at least a glimpse into a time that will not come again, yet a time that will forever shape the future. Her approach is reverential, without being too sentimental. The study of culture is enriched by Underhills writings, and the life history presented in Papago Woman stands clear as an excellent example of her devotion to her subject.
Category: Social Science

Indian Baskets Of The Southwest

Author : Clara Lee Tanner
ISBN : UOM:39015019190506
Genre : Art
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With the same clarity and attention to detail for which she has become known throughout the world as an authority on Indian craft arts, Tanner now reveals the wide range of Southwest Indian basketry in this handsome volume.
Category: Art

Native American Basketry

Author : Frank W. Porter
ISBN : STANFORD:36105038393786
Genre : Art
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This bibliography includes more than 1,100 entries from books, journals, newspaper articles, and dissertations concerning North American Indian basketry. More general cultural works with some information on basketry are also included, and the materials date from early ethnographic work in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to 1987. . . . The introduction offers a good overview of research in Native American basketry, and although the annotations vary greatly in thoroughness and length, they are generally useful. This unique, well-produced bibliography is recommended for collections supporting programs in anthropology, crafts, or Native American Studies. Choice Interest in Native American basketry dates from the late 1800s, when an enthusiastic public, together with curators, academic collectors, and archaeologists, first began to appreciate the value and uniqueness of these beautiful hand-crafted artifacts. This bibliography is the first comprehensive guide to publications on the subject. Organized by major cultural areas of North America, it offers annotated listings of books, journal articles, dissertations, theses, monographs, and selected newspaper articles published over the last 100 years. In his introductory essay, Porter discusses the history of Native American basket making and the findings and views of some of the anthropologists, archaeologists, and popular writers whose works contribute to our knowledge of the subject. The bibliography is divided into eleven sections, each dealing with a specific geographical/cultural area. Entries are cross-referenced, and a comprehensive index gives convenient access to authors, titles, and subjects.
Category: Art

Indian Basketry Artists Of The Southwest

Author : Susan Brown McGreevy
ISBN : IND:30000079175695
Genre : Social Science
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Since then, baskets have evolved into a vast array of ritual, utilitarian, and decorative forms, still in use in Native American homes and increasingly appearing in art galleries, museums, and private collections. This volume celebrates the contemporary florescence of this ancient art form."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Social Science