Apache Indian Baskets

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University of Arizona Press, 1982 - Art - 204 pages
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Nearly 300 illustrations capture weaving intricacies in this 'beautiful, large-format book . . . . A comprehensive survey which will serve as a major reference for years to come. —El Palacio

"An unusually detailed, useful and attractive guide for collectors and students." —L.A. Times

"A fine contribution to Southwestern Indian art studies and should be a useful and inspiring reference for many years to come." —American Indian Quarterly

"The text is written with painstaking care and is accompanied by photographs of Apache baskets and highly detailed drawings. . . . Will stand . . . as the definitive work on the subject for many years to come." —Journal of Arizona History

"Tanner has a way of knowing what people want to know and of making it available and interesting to the general reader as well as to the scholar." —Choice

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Contents

Technical Background
17
Decoration
33
Western Apache Basketry
72
Copyright

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About the author (1982)

Clara Lee Tanner has been a member of the Anthropology Department at the University of Arizona since 1928, and has authored numerous books and articles on American Indian arts. Among her many awards and honors are the 50th Anniversary Award of the Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Association, recognition by the National Federation of Press Women, and inclusion in "Who's Who.

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