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The pottery of Santo Domingo pueblo, a detailed study of its decoration

by Kenneth Milton Chapman

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Published by Published for the School of American Research [by the] University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Santo Domingo Pueblo (N.M.)
    • Subjects:
    • Pueblo pottery.,
    • Pueblo art.,
    • Santo Domingo Pueblo (N.M.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKenneth M. Chapman.
      ContributionsSchool of American Research (Santa Fe, N.M.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.P9 C47 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 192 p. :
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4566309M
      ISBN 100826304605
      LC Control Number77081985

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      The Celebrating New Mexico Statehood website was a resource for exploring New Mexico's history and culture. An official project of the New Mexico State Centennial in , it was jointly funded by the University of New Mexico Libraries and the Center for Regional Studies. Circa s black pottery bowl from Santo Domingo Pueblo. Traditionally hand built with coils of native clay, stone burnished and slip painted, then pit fired to black. 4 3/4 tall by 6 1/2 diameter. Good condition, no chips or cracks. From a Colorado Collection of s pottery.

      Title: Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians Included are a map, glossary, and bibliography. Binding tight, pages complete and intact (minor age toning to pages and text block), covers have general light wear (minor corner and edge wear), dust jacket has much general wear (corner, edge and spine wear, several long edge tears, small areas of paper loss along edges, general surface End date: In New Mexico, the All Indian Pueblo Council had its first recorded meeting in when Juan de Oñate met with 38 Pueblo leaders at Santo Domingo. Pueblo oral history recounts that the various pueblos had been working together long before the arrival of the Spanish and that secret meetings of the council were a major factor in the successful.


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[Kenneth Milton Chapman]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: A reissue of the ed. Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 32 cm: Contents: The pueblo of Santo Domingo --The pottery of Santo Domingo.

antecedent pottery ; post-Spanish pottery types ; culinary ware --Black-on-cream ware. forms and uses ; technology ; decoration ; sequence of plates ; the drawings of plates 7.

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The Pottery of Sunto Doiningo Pueblo; A detailed study of its decoration. KENNETH M. CHAPMAN. (Memoirs of the Laboratory of Anthropology, Vol. I ; xiv, pp., frontispiece, 79 pls., 34 figs. $ Santa Fe, ) Music of Santo Domingo contains transcriptions of songs that were originally recorded phonographically.

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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Reviews: 2. Ceramics/Terra Cotta/Pottery (2) Costume/Clothing/Footwear (10) Essays on Tribal Art & Culture (23) Exhibition & Collections () Feather art (1) Folk Art (4) General Ethnography () Ivory (1) Journals/Series (85) Linguistics (4) Masks (15) Music (3) Oriental Carpets (13) Overviews of Tribal Art () Photography (3) Religion (9) Textiles (32).

Under Memoirs are the following: The Pottery of Santo Domingo Pueblo, A Detailed Study of Its Decoration; The "Rain Bird," A Study in Pueblo Design; and Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to .Ceramics/Terra Cotta/Pottery (2) Costume/Clothing/Footwear (10) Essays on Tribal Art & Culture (23) Exhibition & Collections () Feather art (1) Folk Art (4) General Ethnography () Ivory (1) Journals/Series (85) Linguistics (4) Masks (15) Music (3) Oriental Carpets (13) Overviews of Tribal Art () Photography (3) Religion (9) Textiles (33).The Pottery of Santo Domingo Pueblo, a Detailed Study of Its Decoration by Kenneth M.

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