Pueblo Indian pottery: 750 artist biographies, c. 1800-present : with value/price guide featuring over 20 years of auction records

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CIAC Press, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 295 pages
Major Reference Book Series for American Indian Art!" ca. 1800-Present, with Value/Price Guide Featuring over 20 Years of Auction Records, 1,000 illustrations, family tree charts, illustrated hallmarks, Very Positive Reviews: "The volume will for decades remain a primary resource." Dr. Bruce Bernstein, Assistant Director of Cultural Resources, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian "This is the first time that a comprehensive survey and databases for Indian artists have been done. It has been a long time in coming, and its impact will be significant for Indian artists and collectors of Indian art for decades to come." Dr. Greg Cajete, University of New Mexico; "What a wonderful addition it is to my reference collection . . . There are so many potters whose names I have not seen before. What a great opportunity to "meet" new potters and appreciate their talents." "The Bibles of Native Arts," Dan Gibson, Editor, Native Peoples Magazine.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
2
San Juan Pueblo
237
Nambe Pueblo
279
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Dr. Gregory Schaaf is the Director of the Center for Indigenous Arts & Cultures in Santa Fe. He earned his doctorate in American History from the University of California. During a distinguished teaching career, he became an Associate Professor of Native American Studies. He testified before a U.S. Senate Select Committee on the origins of the Constitution, and he is the author of "The U.S. Constitution & Bill of Rights Series.

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