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Special thanks go to Daryl Candelaria, Gerren Candelaria, Hubert Candelario, Ray Garcia, Joseph Latoma, Geraldine Lovato, and Ricardo Ortiz, each of whom took time from their busy schedules to participate in these seminars and generously share their knowledge with SAR and each other. We also deeply appreciate the generosity of Candelaria Montaño’s family who participated in the seminar in May 2012, especially Daphne Sandoval and Jonathan Montaño.

We would also like to acknowledge the support and enthusiasm of Jonathan Batkin, director of the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian. Thanks also to the staff of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology, especially Tony Chavarria, Dody Fugate, and Valerie Verzuh, who opened the doors to their collections and took the time to accommodate our many requests for photographs and visits.

Thank you to the Amerind Museum, Arizona State Museum, Autry National Center, Denver Art Museum, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, The Field Museum, Heard Museum, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Museum of Indian Arts & Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology, Millicent Rogers Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, the Smithsonian’s American Museum of Natural History and its National Museum of the American Indian for allowing us to share their inventories of San Felipe pottery with the public. Finally, thank you to all the staff at the Indian Arts Research Center for their assistance with the seminars and to Daniel Kurnit for acquiring the image permissions from the aforementioned institutions. We also appreciate the technical expertise of the multimedia services at SAR. To all, we appreciate the many hours you spent helping to bring this project to fruition.

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