Acoma & Laguna pottery
School of American Research Press, 1992 - Antiques & Collectibles - 241 pages
From the ancient traditions of pottery making at Acoma's Sky City to the more recent revival of fine ceramic work at Laguna, Dillingham explores the role and meaning of pottery and potters in Pueblo life.
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