Resources & Credits

Resources

Teresa Montoya (3-D)Teresa Montoya (3-D)Stereo photograph by Jason S. Ordaz. Request 3-D glasses or build your own (PDF, 315 KB).Teresa Montoya (3-D)Stereo photograph by Jason S. Ordaz. Request 3-D glasses or build your own (PDF, 315 KB).

Bird, Allison (1992). Heart of the Dragonfly: The Historical Development of the Cross Necklaces of the Pueblo and Navajo Peoples. Avanyu Publishing Inc., Albuquerque.

Anderson, Duane (1999). All That Glitters: The Emergence Native American Micaceous Art Pottery in Northern New Mexico. SAR Press, Santa Fe.

Kent, Kate Peck (1985). Navajo Weaving: Three Centuries of Change. SAR Press, Santa Fe.

Kaufman, Alice and Christopher Selser (1985). The Navajo Weaving Tradition: 1650 to the Present. Council Oak Books, Tulsa.

Lamar, Howard (2000). The Far Southwest: 1846–1912, A Territorial History. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Rodee, Marian (1987). Weaving of the Southwest. Schiffer Publishing Ltd., West Chester.

Sando, Joe. S (1992). Pueblo Nations: Eight Centuries of Pueblo Indian History. Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe.

Spielman, Katherine A. (1989). Colonists, Hunters, and Farmers: Plains-Pueblo Interaction in the Seventeenth Century. In Columbian Consequences Volume 1: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on the Spanish Borderlands West. David Hurst Thomas, ed. pp. 101–113. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.

Acknowledgements

Thank you to Indian Arts Research Center staff: Cynthia Chavez Lamar, Elysia Poon, Laura Elliff, Jennifer Day, Sylvanus Paul, and Daniel Kurnit for their assistance in this project. I also wish to acknowledge Melissa Nelson and Lucas Bessire for their filmmaking and editing guidance. Finally, I wish to express gratitude to Marla Allison and Aric Chopito for their participation in film interviews and inspiration to promote Native art in all its forms and mediums.

Online Exhibit Credits

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