PREHISTORIC AND HISTORIC POTTERY OF THE SOUTHWEST
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This short bibliography was mothered, as is often the case, by necessity. During the past years Native American arts have come out of the handicraft stage into which they had once fallen and are now in the realm of fine arts. Because of this renaissance people have become interested in the history and development of the native arts, and nowhere is this more evident than in ceramics. When the beginner starts looking for information on Native American pottery there are one of two dilemmas: 1) there is nothing available or 2) there is too much. This bibliography, it is hoped, will help steer a course between the two extremes.
William Farrington was a professional librarian for twenty-five years in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and California. His non-fiction articles have appear in national magazines and he has served as a book reviewer for various periodicals. He is also the author of Los Penitentes, A Brief History, also published by Sunstone Press.
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