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Makers and Markets

The Wright Collection of Twentieth-Century Native American Art

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780873658256

Publication Date: 11/18/1998

Short

184 pages

8-1/2 x 11 inches

41 color illustrations, 52 halftones

Peabody Museum Press

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  • Introduction and Acknowledgments [Penelope Ballard Drooker and Patricia Capone]
  • Chapter 1. William R. Wright and His Collection [Penelope Ballard Drooker]
    • The Collecting Environment
    • The Collector
    • The Collection
  • Chapter 2. The Wright Collection of Southwestern Pottery: Perspectives on Pottery Making and Collecting [Patricia Capone]
    • Pottery Production in the Southwest
    • Collecting the Wright Collection
    • Why “Pottery?”
    • Perspectives on Pottery and Pueblo Life
    • Pottery Practice in the Next Century
    • Sources and Makers of the Wright Collection of Pueblo Pottery
    • Color Plates
  • Chapter 3. Change and Continuity in Native American Textiles and Basketry: Examples from the Wright Collection [Penelope Ballard Drooker]
    • Trade among Tribes: A Continuing Tradition
    • Negotiating Products for Cross-Cultural Markets
    • Weaving Lives
    • Color Plates
  • Chapter 4. A Quantitative Summary of Wright Collection Objects [Penelope Ballard Drooker]
  • Notes
  • Text
  • Color Plates
  • Figures and Maps
  • References
  • Photographic Credits
  • Index

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