Salado red ware conference: ninth Southwestern Ceramic Seminar, Oct. 13-14, 1967 ; Alexander J. Lindsay, Calvin H. Jennings
Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, 1968 - Indian pottery - 18 pages
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Ambler noted Anasazi black painted bowls and jars Brown Ware Casas Grandes Chihuahua Cibecue Comments on Salado conference Distribution of Salado Distributions of Pinto Escondida Polychrome exterior Gila and Salt Gila and Tonto Gila Black-on-red Gila Poly Gila Polychrome Gila Pueblo Gila Red Gila Variant Gila White-on-red Gila-Salt Hohokam Longacre and Ayres Manufacture McDonald Corrugated Mexico Mogollon Museum of Northern NINTH SOUTHWESTERN CERAMIC Northern Arizona noted that Gila paddle and anvil Pinto and Gila Pinto Black-on-red Pinto-Gila Polychrome recognized red base Rinaldo indicated Rinaldo noted Roosevelt and Tonto Roosevelt Basin Sacaton Safford Valley Salado Culture Salado polychromes Salado Pottery Types Salado Red Ware Salado types Salado White-on-red Salt basins Salt Red San Carlos Red-on-brown Schroeder added Schroeder felt Sinagua SOUTHWESTERN CERAMIC SEMINAR Tonto Basin Tonto Brown Tonto Poly Tonto Polychrome Tonto Red Tonto Ruin Tonto-Roosevelt basins vessel Wasley believes Wasley indicated Wasley noted white line decoration White Mountain Young feels