NATIVE AMERICAN TRADERS BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. NAVAJO

A. Articles  (Magazine, Newspaper)

"ADOT ousts Indian vendors." Arizona Daily Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), (August 3, 1989): p. 12, cols. 4-6.

Albrecht, Dorothy E. "John Lorenzo Hubbell, Navajo Indian Trader." Arizoniana.4(3), (Fall 1963): 33-40.

Attson, C. "In defense of the traders--without them reservation life would be really rough." Arizona Artisan. 1 (April 1974): 8-?

Babbitt, James E. "Trading Posts Along the Little Colorado River." Plateau. 57 (3), (September 1986): 2-9.

Bailey, Lynn R. "Thomas Varker Keam: Tusayan Trader."Arizoniana. 2(4), (Winter 1961): 15-19.

Baxter, Paula A. "Navajo and Pueblo Jewelry, 1940-1970: Three Decades of Innovative Design Revisited." American Indian Art Magazine. 21(4), (Autumn 1996): 34-43.

Bean, Lowell J. "The Lee Collection of Hopi and Navajo Art." American Indian Art Magazine. 12(3), (Summer 1987): 38-45.

Bennett, Kathleen Whitaker. "The Navajo Chief Blanket: A Trade Item among Non-Navajo Groups." American Indian Art Magazine. 7(1), (Winter 1981): 62-69.

Bernstein, Bruce. "Learning the Language of Objects: Harry P. Mera's 1932 Navajo Reservation Silver Buying Trip." El Palacio. 95(2), (Spring/Summer 1990): 6-13.

Bird, Allison. "Jewelry Collection at the School of American Research." American Indian Art Magazine. 18(4), (Autumn 1993): 56-63. 

Blue, Martha. "A View from the Bullpen: A Navajo Ken of Traders and Trading Posts."Plateau. 57 (3), (September 1986): 10-17.

Borgerding, Linda. "Trade Blankets--The Great Coverings." Vintage Collector. 4(2), (Summer 1998): 14.

Brinkman, Grover. "Restoration of the Southwest." Desert. 41(3), (March 1978): 20-21. (Hubbell Trading Post)

Brophy, Blake. "Historic Shonto Life in a Navajo Community." Arizona Days and Ways. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (September 20, 1959): 38-43. ; (September 27, 1959): 38-43.

Brown, Jo. "The West's Enduring Entrepreneurs...Indian Traders of North America."Arizona Highways. 49(5),(May 1973): 36-39, 42-43.

Brown, Mora McManis."Traders at The Gap." Desert. 4(2), (December 1940): 17-20. (J.C.Brown)

"Canyon Bead Sellers Violate Park Regulations." Arizona Daily Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), (December 14, 1979): 21, cols. 6-8.

Cerny, Charlene. "Navajo Pictorial Weaving." American Indian Art Magazine. 2(1), (November 1, 1976): 46-51.

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Bruce T. Ellis. "The Line-Break, Problem Child of Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 58(9), (September 1951): 251-291.

Cirillo, Dexter. "Back to the Past: Tradition and Change in Contemporary Pueblo Jewelry." American Indian Art Magazine. 13(2), (Spring 1988): 46-55, 60, 63.

Clark, Esther. "The Modern Crowding out the Traditional." Arizona Days and Ways. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (July 18, 1965): 6-12.

Clark, Laverne Harrell. "Early Horse Trappings of the Navajo and Apache Indians." Arizona and the West. 5(3), (Autumn 1963): 233-248. (Illustrated by Ted DeGrazia.)

Colton, Harold S. "The Hubbell Trading Post at Ganado." Plateau. 30(4), (April 1958): 85-88.

Connor, J. Torrey. "Confessions of a Basket Collector." Land of Sunshine. 5(1), (June 1896): 3-10.

Cook, James E. "Drawing a bead on the leg-stretchers: the roadside jewelry business on the Navajo Reservation turns out to be the last bastion of free enterprise in Arizona." Arizona. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (July 29, 1979): 14, 16-20.

Corbin, Josephine Delatour. "Modern Manufacture and Marketing of Indian Wares." Southwest Magazine. 11(3), (October 1930): 24-26.

Culin, Stewart. "Thomas Varker Keam." American Anthropologist. 7(1), (January-March 1905): 171-172. (Obituary)                                              

Davies, Cynthia. "Fred Harvey Indian Art Collection."American Indian Art Magazine. 4(2), (February 1979): 74-75.

___________. "Frontier Merchants and Native Craftsmen: The Fred Harvey Company Collects Indian Art." Journal of the West. 21(1), (January 1982): 120-125.

Dedera, Don. "How Navajo Women Learned to Weave." New Mexico Magazine. 54(2), (February 1976): 8-14. [Excerpted from Dedera, Don. Navajo Rugs: How to Find, Evaluate, Buy, and Care for Them. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1975.]

De Lauer, Marjel. "A Century of Indian Traders and Trading Posts."Arizona Highways. 51(3), (March 1975): 6-14.

DeWald, Bud. "The Heritage of Don Lorenzo." Arizona Days and Ways. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (August 3, 1958): 28-31.

Dillon, Richard. "Hubbell's Trading Post." Outdoor Arizona. 48(8), (August 1976): 21-23.

Dooven, Alice Den and Gaylord Staveley. "Each one is a Sandstone Supermarket." Western Gateways. 7(1), (Winter 1967): 24-27, 58, 62.

Eckel, Le Charles G. "History of Ganado, Arizona." Museum Notes. (Museum of Northern Arizona) 6(10), (April 1934): 47-50.

Ellis, Florence H. and Mary Walpole. "Possible Pueblo, Navajo, and Jicarilla Basketry Relationships." El Palacio. 66(6), (December 1959): 181-198.

Ellsberg, Helen. "Coral." American Indian Art Magazine. 1(3), (May 1, 1976): 40-43, 54.

Fane, Diana. "Curator's Choice: Indian Pottery of the American Southwest." American Indian Art Magazine. 11(2), (Spring 1986): 46-53.

Fox, Nancy. "Southwest Indian Jewelry." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 32-34.

Goulding, Harry "When Tombstone Came to Monument Valley." Desert. 11(12), (October 1948): 6-10.

Guterson, Ben. "The vanishing trading post: Reservation landmarks struggle to survive."New Mexico Magazine. 72(8), (August 1994): 76-78, 82-83.

Hartman, Russell P. "The Navajo Tribal Museum: Bridging the Past and the Present." American Indian Art Magazine. 9(1), (Winter 1983): 30-35, 81.

Harvey III, Byron. "The Fred Harvey Collection 1899-1963." Plateau. 36(2), (Fall 1963): 33-53.

Hassell, Sandy. "Big Talks 'Borrows' the Trader's Ax."  Desert. 14(13), (November 1951): 19-20. (Fiction)

__________. "Do Ah Shon Goes to the Trading Post." Desert. 14(11), (September 1951): 21-22. (Fiction)

_________. "Kayba Discovers a Strange New World." Desert. 15(2), (February 1952): 20-21. (Fiction)

_________. "Mrs. Onegoat Weaves a Rug." Desert. 14(9), (July 1951): 23-24. (Fiction)

Heald, Phyllis W.   "Desert Original: The Squaw Dress." Desert. 19(3), (March 1956): 29-30.

Hedlund, Ann Lane. "Remembering the Roots." Plateau. 65 (1), (March 1994): 6-11. (Navajo weaving)

Henderson, Esther and Chuck Abbott. "Along the Trading Post Trail." Arizona Highways. 19(6),(June 1943): 12-19, 41-42.

Henderson, Randall. "Trader at Canyon de Chelly." Desert. 16(11), (November 1953): 10-16. (Cozy McSparron)

_____________. "With Harry Goulding in Mystery Valley..." Desert. 20(8), (August 1957): 4-7.

Higgins, Shirley Rose. "Shopping the Indian Trail." Desert. 30(5), (May 1967): 31-32.

Hill, Williard Williams. "Navaho Trading and Trading Ritual: A Study of Cultural Dynamics." Southwestern Journal of Anthropology. 4(4),  (Winter 1948): 371-396.

Hilton, John W. "Indian Jewelry--Genuine and Imitation." Desert. 1(9), (July 1938): 15-16, 24.

Hubbell, John Lorenzo. "Fifty Years an Indian Trader," as told to  J. E. Hogg." Touring Topics. 22 (12), (December 1930): 24-29, 51.

Howard, Enid C. "Indian Trails of ‘72." Desert. 35(8), (August 1972): 22-25, 32-34.

"Indian Traders set Standards Stamp for Silver." Desert. 9(7), (May 1946): 9.

James, H.L. "The Romance of Navajo Weaving." New Mexico Magazine. 52(1-2), (January/February 1974): 21-28.

Jeffers, Jo. "Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site." Arizona Highways. 43(9), (September 1967): 2-13, 37.

Johnson, Burke. "The Story of Don Lorenzo." Arizona Days and Ways. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (December 26, 1965): 4-11.

Johnston, P. "Taps for Wolf Post." Westways. 45 (December 1953): 16-17.

Kelly, Charles. "Graveyard of the Gods." Desert. 1(9), (July 1938): 4-6.(Harry Goulding)

Kelley, Lillian. "Southwest Indian Silverwork." Desert..23(11), (November 1960): 14-18.

Kenagy, Suzanne G. "Made in the Zuni Style: Zuni Pueblo and the Arts of the Southwest." Masterkey. 61(4), (Winter 1988): 11-20.

Kent, Kate Peck. "From Blanket to Rug: The Evolution of Navajo Weaving After 1880." Plateau. 52 (4), (December 1981): 10-21.

____________. "Pueblo and Navajo Textiles in the Laboratory of Anthropology." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 14-17.

Kerley, Joe. "The Last Rug of Mother MacCree. " Desert. 18(1), (January 1955): 26-27.

________. "Navajos I Have Known." Desert. 17(4), (April 1954): 25-26.

Kildare, Maurice. "Girl on a Strange Frontier." True West. 21(5), (May-June 1974): 38-39, 42, 44-46.

____________. "Mr. Arbuckle's Coffee." True West. 12(5), (May-June 1965): 16-18, 53-54.

____________. "The Saddle Stiff." Frontier Times. 50(5), (August-September 1976): 20-21, 43-44.

Kirk, Ruth Falkenburg. "Shop at the Trading Posts." Westways. 50(7), (July 1958): 4-5.

_________________. "Southwestern Indian Jewelry." El Palacio. 52(2), (February 1945): 21-32, 52(3), (March 1945): 41-50.

Kopta, Anna P. "Sheep buying time in the ‘20s." Arizona. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (December 12, 1976): 56-63.

Kramer, Barbara. "Nampeyo, Hopi House, and the Chicago Land Show." American Indian Art Magazine. 14(1), (Winter 1988): 46-53.

Langley, Dama. "Cheating is Taboo on the Reservation." Desert. 10(11), (September 1947): 5-10.

___________. "Craftsman or Wage Earner?--The Navajo Must Choose!" Desert.  9(7), (May 1946): 4-9.

__________. "Weaving Girl of the Navajo." Desert. 9(6), (April 1946): 5-9.

LaPolla, Joie Ann. "Oasis on the Reservation: Tuba City has been an important activity center for centuries." Arizona Daily Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), Special Ed.-Coconino County 1891 to 1991 (March 28, 1991): Sec. A7. [Tuba City Trading Post]

"Lawyers say vendors will respect order." Navajo Times Today.(Window Rock, Arizona), (April 16, 1985): 1, col. 6, 2, cols. 5-6.

Lockwood, Frank C. "More Arizona Characters." University of Arizona General Bulletin No. 6 13(3), (July 1, 1942), Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona, 1943. [Chapter 4 on John Lorenzo Hubbell.]

"Long May It Wave." New Mexico Magazine. 54(2), (February 1976): 26-27.

Lowell, Susan and Diane Boyer, Eds. "Trading Post Honeymoon: The 1895 Diary of Emma Walmisley Sykes."Journal of Arizona History. 30(4), (Winter 1989): 417-444. (Thomas Keam's trading post)

Lummis, Charles Fletcher. "The Southwestern Wonderland IV: Our First American Jewelers." Land of Sunshine. 5(2), (July 1896): 54-58.

Lynch, Dudley. Trader turned author: Navajos and the trading business." Arizona. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (December 13, 1970): 16, 18, 20-21. (Charlie Newcomb)

M'Closkey, Kathy. "Marketing Multiple Myths: The Hidden History of Navajo Weaving." Journal of the Southwest. 36(3), (Autumn 1994): 185-220.

McGreevy, Susan Brown. "I Never saw a Purple Cow: Navajo Contemporary Animal Art." American Indian Art Magazine. 22(4), (Autumn 1997): 48-57.

____________________. "The Image Weavers: Contemporary Navajo Pictorial Textiles." American Indian Art Magazine. 19(4), (Autumn 1994): 48-57.

____________________. "What Makes Sally Weave? Survival and Innovation in Navajo Basketry Trays." American Indian Art Magazine. 14(3), (Summer 1989): 38-45.

Mitchell, Daniel Holmes. "An Indian Trader's Plea for Justice." New Mexico Historical Review. 47(3), (July 1972): 239-256. (Edited by Clifford E. Trafzer.)

Monongye, Preston. "The New Indian Jewelry Art of the Southwest." Arizona Highways. 48(6), (June 1972): 6-11, 46-47.

Moore, Ellen K. "Designing with Light: Navajo Beadwork Today." American Indian Art Magazine. 20(4), (Autumn 1995): 70-79.

Mori, John and Joyce. "Hopi Silversmithing." Masterkey. 44(4), (October-December 1970): 124-142.

Mott, Dorothy Challis. "Don Lorenzo Hubbell of Ganado." Arizona Historical Review. 4(1), (April 1931): 45-51.

Muench,.Joyce.Rockwood. "Hogan.Marriage." Desert..15(8), (August.1952):.17-21. (Harry.Goulding)

"Navajo Pictorial Weaving--The Rug that's a Picture." New Mexico Magazine. 54(2), (February 1976): 20-25.

Nequatewa, Edmund. "Nampeyo, Famous Hopi Potter (1859 (?) to 1942). Plateau. 15 (3), (January 1943): 40-42.

Neumann, David L. "The Indian Jewelry Business." Masterkey. 38(2), (April-June 1964): 70-73.

______________. "Modern Developments in Indian Jewelry."  El Palacio. 57(6), (June 1950): 173-180.

______________. "Navajo Silver Bridles." American Indian Art Magazine. 2(2), (February 1, 1977): 70-77.

_____________. "A Note on the Derivation of the Squash Blossom, used by the Navajo Indians as an Element of Design in Necklaces."  El Palacio. 55(5), (May 1948): 131-134.

New York Times News Service. "Navajos String Beads...For Love and Money." Arizona Republic. (Phoenix, Arizona), (September 11, 1968): 2-D, cols. 1-2.

Northrop, Stuart A. "Turquoise." El Palacio. 79(1), (1973): 3-22.

"Notes on Trading Posts in This Issue."Arizona Highways. 51(3),(March 1975): 45.

Peake, Nancy. "If it came from Wright's, you bought it Right": Charles A. Wright, Proprietor, Wright's Trading Post." New Mexico Historical Review. 66(3), (July 1991): 261-286.

Pepper, Jack. "Indian Country." Desert. 33(6), (June 1970): 18-23, 38-39.

Pohrt, Richard. "The Indian and the American Flag." American Indian Art Magazine. 1(2), (February 1, 1976): 42-48.

"Regulations considered on tribal park jewelry sales." Navajo Times Today.(Window Rock, Arizona), (March 26, 1985): 1, cols.5-6, 2, cols. 3-6.

"Restudy of Trading Rules on Reservation Starts This Week." Arizona Daily Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), (June 15, 1948): p. 1, cols. 6-7, p. 5, col. 2.

Richardson, Gladwell. "Bonanza in the Ghost Post." Desert. 29(7), (July 1966): 12-15.

Richardson, Toney. "Pioneer Trader to the Navajo." Desert. 12(2), (December 1948): 26-29. (Hermann Wolf)

____________. "Traders at Tonalea." Desert. 11(3), (January 1948): 17-20.(Floyd Boyle)

Richardson,.Toni. "Mystery Surrounds Wolf Post Founder." Arizona Days and Ways. (Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)), (September 15, 1957): 30-33.

Rigby, Elizabeth. "Blue Canyon." Arizona Highways. 35(8), (August 1959): 30-39.

Roberts, Willow. "Carson's Trading Post." Plateau. 57 (3), (September 1986): 18-25.

Rodee, Marian E. "Multiple Pattern Germantown Rugs." American Indian Art Magazine. 3(3), (May 1, 1978): 44-49, 80.

Schmedding, Joseph. "Life on the Desert..." Desert. 15(6), (June 1952): 25-26.

"Shopping along a Navajo Trail." Desert. 26(8), (August 1963): 36-38.

Simmons, Katina and Carol Stout. "East Meets West." New Mexico Magazine. 54(2), (February 1976): 16-19. 

"Sketches of a trading post." Southwest Association on Indian Affairs Quarterly. 10 (Summer 1975): 9-11. (Oljato Trading Post, Monument Valley)

Smith, Mrs.White Mountain. "He is our Friend." Desert. 4(1), (November 1940): 7-10. (Lorenzo Hubbell)

____________________. "In the Hogan of Sah-Nee, the Weaver." Desert. 2(9), (July 1939): 6-9.

____________________. "Trader at Thunderbird." Desert. 1(7), (May 1938): 10-13.("Cozy" McSparron, Chin Lee)

Snow, William J. "Utah Indians and Spanish Slave Trade." Utah Historical Quarterly. 2(3), (July 1929): 67-73.

Sorensen, Cloyd. "The Enduring Intrigue of the Glass Trade Bead." Arizona Highways. 47(7), (July 1971): 10-37.

Stacey, Joseph."The New Traders: new art forms, new silversmiths, new markets." Arizona Highways. 51(3),(March 1975): 34-38.

Stiver, Louise. "Fabric of Tradition: Navajo Blankets and the Louie Ewing Portfolio." El Palacio. 95(1), (Fall/Winter 1989): 61-63.

"Supt. Walker asks All Traders to Stop Sales of  Fake Indian Goods." Coconino Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), (July 25, 1930): 1, col.2, Sec. 1. [Reproduction of  letter sent by C.L. Walker, Superintendent, Western Navajo Reservation to "All Traders."]

Tanner, Clara Lee. "Crafts of Arizona Indians." Arizona Highways. 36(7),(July 1960): 8-35.

_____________. "The Naja." American Indian Art Magazine. 7(2), (Spring 1982): 64-71.

_____________. "The Squash Blossom." American Indian Art Magazine. 3(3), (May 1, 1978): 36-43.

Toulouse, Jr., Joseph H. "Navajo Slave Blanket." Desert. 22(2), (February 1959): 22-24.

"Traders get Lease Plan." Arizona Daily Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), (December 9, 1954): p. 12, col. 1.

"Trading Post Practices Revised." Arizona Daily Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), (August 2, 1974): p. 1, cols. 3-6. 

Trennert, Robert A. "Fairs, Expositions, and the Changing Image of Southwestern Indians, 1876-1904."  New Mexico Historical Review. 62(2), (April 1987): 127-150.

Tschopik, Jr., Harry. "Navaho Basketry: A Study of Culture Change." American Anthropologist. 42(3), (July-September 1940): 444-462.

Utley, Robert M. "The Reservation Trader in Navajo History." El Palacio. 68(1), (Spring 1961): 5-27.

Valette, Jean-Paul and Rebecca M. "In Search of Yah-nah-pah: The Early Gallegos "Yei" Blankets and Their Weavers." American Indian Art Magazine. 23(1), (Winter 1997): 56-69. 

Van Valkenburgh, Richard. "Tom Keam, Friend of the Moqui." Desert. 9(9), (July 1946): 9-12.

Villasenor, David A. "Permanent Sandpaintings." Masterkey. 41(4), (October-December 1967): 148-153.

_______________. "Western Art: Sandpainting." Desert. 39(3), (March 1976): 16-19. [Reprinted from Masterkey 41(4), (October-December 1967)]

Volk, Robert W. "Barter, Blankets and Bracelets: The Role of the Trader in the Navajo Textile and Silverwork Industries, 1868-1930." American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 12(4), (1988): 39-63.

Walsh, Ann C. "The Navajo and the Anglo-American Trader: An Economic Perspective of a Sociocultural Frontier." Papers in Anthropology. (Norman: Department of Anthropology, University of Oklahoma), 22(1), (1981): 53-64.

Weigle, Marta. "From Desert to Disney World: The Santa Fe Railway and the Fred Harvey Company Display the Indian Southwest." Journal of Anthropological Research. 45(1), (Spring 1989): 115-137.

Wells, Helen Pinion. "The Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection." American Indian Art Magazine. 1(2), (February 1, 1976): 32-34.

Wheat, Joe Ben. "Three Centuries of Navajo Weaving." Arizona Highways. 50(7), (July 1974): 13, 22-23, 34, 42, 45.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. "Some Native Baskets of the Southwest." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 8-11. 

___________________ and Susan Brown McGreevy. "Translating Tradition: Basketry Arts of the San Juan Paiutes." American Indian Art Magazine. 11(1), (Winter 1985): 30-37.

Winslowe, John R. "Navajo Traders for Many Moons." True West. 16(4), (March-April 1969): 10-14, 63-69.

Woodward, Arthur. "A Brief History of Navajo Silversmithing." Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 14 Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, August 1938.

______________. "Navajo Silver Comes of Age." Quarterly of the Los Angeles County Museum. 10(1), (1953): 9-14.

Wright, H. Diane. "Navajo Pottery: Contemporary Trends in a Traditional Craft." American Indian  Art Magazine. 12(2), (Spring 1987): 26-35.

B. Books

Acrey, Bill P. Navajo History: The Land and the People. Shiprock, N.M.: Central Consolidated School District No. 22, Dept. of Curriculum Materials Development, 1979.

Adair, John. The Navaho and Pueblo Silversmiths. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1944.

Adams, William Y. Shonto: A Study of the Role of the Trader in A Modern Navaho Community. Washington: Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 188, 1963.

Amsden, Charles Avery. Navaho Weaving: Its Technic and History. Santa Ana, Calif.: The  Fine Arts Press in cooperation with Southwest Museum, 1934. Reprinted by University of New Mexico Press in 1949 and the Rio Grande Press in 1972 and 1974.

Bedinger, Margery. Indian Silver: Navajo and Pueblo Jewelers. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1973.

Benally, Clyde ; with Andrew O. Wiget, John R. Alley, and Garry Blake. Dineji nakee' naahane': A Utah Navajo History. Monticello, Utah: San Juan School District, 1982.

Bennett, Noel. Genuine Navajo Rug--Are You Sure??? Santa Fe: The Navaho Tribe and The Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art, 1973.

_________.  Genuine Navajo Rug...How to tell. Santa Fe: The Navaho Tribe and The Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art, 1973. Reprinted in 1979.

Blomberg, Nancy J. Navajo Textiles: The William Randolph Hearst Collection. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1988. Revised in 1994.

Boyce, George A. When Navajos had too many Sheep: the 1940's. San Francisco: Indian Historian Press, 1974.

Brody, J.J. Indian Painters & White Patrons. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1971.

Brugge, David M. Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. Tucson, Ariz.: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1993.

Campbell, Tyrone, Joel Kopp and Kate Kopp. Navajo Pictorial Weaving, 1880-1950: Folk Art Images of Native Americans. New York: Dutton Studio Books, 1991.

Cerny, Charlene. Navajo Pictorial Weaving. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Foundation, 1975.

Congdon-Martin, Douglas. The Navajo Art of Sandpainting. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1990.

Davies, Cynthia, Ed. White Metal Universe: Navajo Silver from the Fred Harvey Collection. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1976.

Dedera, Don. Navajo Rugs: How to Find, Evaluate, Buy, and Care for Them. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1975. Revised in 1990 and 1996.

Dillworth, Leah. Imagining Indians in the Southwest: Persistent Visions of a Primitive Past. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996.

Dockstader, Frederick J. The Song of the Loom: New Traditions in Navajo Weaving. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1987.

Dutton, Bertha P. Navaho Weaving Today. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1961. Revised in 1963, 1970, and 1975.

Eaton, Linda E. and J.J. Brody. Native American Art of the Southwest. Lincolnwood, Ill.: Publications International Ltd., 1993.

Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

Editors of El Palacio Magazine, Comp. Navajo Weaving Handbook. Santa Fe: Muesum of New Mexico Press, 1977.

Emery, Irene and Patricia Fiske, Eds. Ethnographic Textiles of the Western Hemisphere. Washington: The Textile Museum, 1976.

Engels, Mary Tate, Ed. Tales from Wide Ruins: Jean and Bill Cousins, Traders. Lubbock, Texas: Texas Tech University Press, 1996.

Fletcher, Maurine S. The Wetherills of Mesa Verde: Autobiography of Benjamin Alfred Wetherill. London: Associated University Presses, 1977.

Frank, Larry and Millard J. Holbrook II. Indian Silver Jewelry of the Southwest: 1868-1930. Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1978. Reprinted by Schiffer Publishing Ltd. in 1990.

Gabriel, Kathryn. Marietta Wetherill: Reflections on Life with the Navajos in Chaco Canyon. Boulder: Johnson Books, 1992.

Gibson, Walter. Nakai Toh: My days with the finest people on God's Green Earth. Bountiful, Utah: Family History Publishers, 1994.

Gillmor, Frances and Louisa Wade Wetherill. Traders to the Navajos: The Story of the Wetherills of Kayenta. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1953.

Graburn, Ed., Nelson H. H. Ethnic and Tourist Arts: Cultural Expressions from the Fourth World. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977.

Graves, Laura. Thomas Varker Keam: Indian trader. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998.

Hannum, Alberta. Spin a Silver Dollar: The Story of a Desert Trading-Post. Illustrated with Color Reproductions of the Work of the Navaho Boy Artist Little No-Shirt (Beatien Yazz). New York: Viking Press, 1946. [Fiction]

Hartman, Russell P. and Jan Musial. Navajo Pottery: Traditions & Innovations. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1987.

Hayes, Allan and John Blom. Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1996.

Hedlund, Ann Lane. Beyond the Loom: Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving. Boulder: Johnson Books, 1990.

Hegemann, Elizabeth Compton. Navaho Trading Days. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1963. Reprinted in 1987.

Howard, Kathleen L. and Diana F. Pardue. Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1996.

Hubbell, Jr., Lorenzo. "The Story of the Navajo Rug." Chicago: Hollister Bros., 1933.

Hubbell, Walter. History of the Hubbell Family Containing Geneological Records of the Ancestors and Descendants of Richard Hubbell from A.D. 1086 to A.D. 1915. 2nd Ed. New York, 1915.

Jacka, Lois Essary. Navajo Jewelry: A Legacy of Silver and Stone. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry and How to make Indian and Other Baskets. New York: Henry Malkan, 1902. Revised in 1903.

__________________. Indian Blankets and Their Makers. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1914. Reprinted by Rio Grande Press in 1972 and by Dover in 1974.

James, H.L. Posts and Rugs: The Story of Navajo Rugs and Their Homes. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association Popular Series No. 15. Globe, Ariz.: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1976.

Reprinted by Schiffer Publishing Ltd. in 1988 as H.L. James' Rugs and Posts: The Story of Navajo Weaving and Indian Trading.

Jernigan, E.W. White Metal Universe: Navajo Silver from the Fred Harvey Collection. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1981.

Jett, Stephen C. Tourism in the Navajo Country: Resources and Planning. Window Rock, Ariz.: Navajo Tribe, 1966.

Joe, Eugene Baatsoslanii and Mark Bahti. Navajo Sandpainting Art. Tucson, Ariz.: Treasure Chest Publications, 1978.

Kahlenberg, Mary Hunt and Anthony Berlant. The Navajo Blanket. Los Angeles: Praeger Publications for Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1972.

Kapoun, Robert W. and Charles J. Lohrmann. Language of the Robe: American Indian Trade Blankets. Salt Lake City: Peregrine Smith Books, 1992.

Karasik, Carol. The Turquoise Trail: Native American Jewelry and Culture of the Southwest. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1993.

Kaufman, Alice and Christopher Selser. The Navajo Weaving Tradition 1650 to the Present. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1985.

Kennedy, Mary Jeanette. Tales of a Trader's Wife. Albuquerque: Valiant, 1965.

Kent, Kate Peck. Navajo Weaving: Three Centuries of Change. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1985.

_____________. The Story of Navaho Weaving. Phoenix: The Heard Museum, 1961.

Lamar, Howard. The Trader on the American Frontier: Myth's Victim. College Station, TX: Texas A & M Press, 1977.

Lee, Albert Hugh and Ella Ruth Lee Danoff. Gaamaliitsoh, Indian Trader: An Autobiography of Albert Hugh Lee (1897-1976). Mesa, Ariz.: Lofgreen's, 1982.

Lockwood, Frank C. Pioneer Portraits: Selected Vignettes. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. [Chapter on John Lorenzo Hubbell.]

Lummis, Charles Fletcher. Some Strange Corners of Our Country: The Wonderland of the Southwest. New York: Century, 1892.Reprinted in 1989 with a Foreword by Lawrence Clark Powell.

McGreevy, Susan Brown. Woven Holy People: Navajo Sandpainting Textiles. Santa Fe: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 1982.

McLuhan, T.C. Dream Tracks: The Railroad and the American Indian, 1890-1930 with Photographs from the William E. Kopplin Collection. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1985.

McNitt, Frank. The Indian Traders. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1962. Reprinted in 1983.

__________. Richard Wetherill: Anasazi--Pioneer Explorer of Southwestern Ruins. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1957.

Mattera, Joanne. Navajo Techniques for Today's Weaver. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1975.

Mauldin, Barbara. Traditions in Transition: Contemporary Basket Weaving of the Southwestern Indians. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1984.

Maxwell, Gilbert S. Navajo Rugs--Past, Present and Future. Palm Desert, Calif.: Best West Pubs., 1963. Revised in 1984.

Mera, Harry P. Indian Silver work of the Southwest, Illustrated. Vol. 1. Globe, Ariz.: Dale Stuart King Publishers, 1959. Reprinted in 1977.

___________. Navajo Textile Arts. Santa Fe: Laboratory of Anthropology, 1947. Reprinted in 1975.

Mercurio, Gian and Maxymilian L. Peschel. The Guide to Trading Posts and Pueblos. Cortez, Colo.: Lonewolf Publishing, 1994.

Miller, Marjorie. Indian Arts and Crafts. New York: Galahad Books, 1972.

Newcomb, Franc Johnson. Hosteen Klah, Navajo Medicine Man & Sandpainter. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964.

____________________. Navajo Neighbors. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1966. (Blue Mesa Trading Post)

Newman, Sandra Corrie. Indian Basket Weaving: How to weave Pomo, Yurok, Pima and Navajo Baskets. 1976.

Parezo, Nancy Jean. Navajo Sandpainting: From Religious Act to Commercial Art. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1983.

Pendleton, Mary. Navajo and Hopi Weaving Techniques. New York: Macmillan, 1974.

Richardson, Gladwell. Navajo Trader. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1986. Edited by Philip Reed Rulon.

Roberts, Willow. Stokes Carson: Twentieth-Century Trading on the Navajo Reservation. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1987.

Rodee, Marian E. Old Navajo Rugs: Their Development from 1900 to 1940. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1981.

____________. One Hundred Years of Navajo Rugs. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995.

Roessel, Jr., Robert A. Navajo Arts and Crafts. Rough Rock, Ariz.: Navajo Curriculum Center, Rough Rock Demonstration School, 1983.

Rosenak, Chuck and Jan. The People Speak: Navajo Folk Art. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1994.

Schiffer, Nancy N. Navajo Arts and Crafts. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1991.

_____________. Navajo Weaving Today. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1991.

_____________. Pictorial Weavings of the Navajo. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1991.

Schmedding, Joseph C. Cowboy and Indian Trader. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1951. Reprinted by University of New Mexico Press in 1974.

Schrader, Robert Fay. The Indian Arts and Crafts Board: An Aspect of New Deal Indian Policy. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1983.

Schroeder, Ed., Albert H. The Changing Ways of Southwestern Indians: A Historical Perspective. Glorieta, NM: Rio Grande Press, 1973.

Smith, Dean. Brothers Five: The Babbitts of Arizona. Tempe, Ariz.: Arizona Historical Foundation, 1989.

Southwestern Indian Development. Traders on the Navajo Reservation: The Economic Bondage of the Navajo. Window Rock, Ariz.: Southwestern Indian Development, 1969.

Steckel, Carl F., Comp. and Ed. Early Day Trader with the Navajos: A Brief History of an Early Day Trader With the Navajos. El Paso: The Author, 1987.

Tanner, Clara Lee, Ed. Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1976.

_____________. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Wagner, Sallie R. Wide ruins: memories from a Navajo trading post. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997.

Ward, Elizabeth. No Dudes, Few Women: Life with a Navaho Range Rider. Foreword by Frank Waters. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1951.

Weigle, Marta and Barbara A. Babcock, Eds. The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1996.

Weiss, Lawrence David. The Development of Capitalism in the Navajo Nation: A Political Economic History. Studies in Marxism, Vol. 15. Minneapolis: MEP Publications, 1984.

Wheat, Joe Ben. Spanish-American and Navajo weaving: 1600 to now. Santa Fe: Archaeological Society of New Mexico, 1976.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter, Stewart Peckham, Rick Dillingham, Nancy Fox, and Kate Peck Kent. I Am Here: Two Thousand Years of Southwest Indian Arts and Culture. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1989.

____________________. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers with a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1988.  

Wilken, Robert L. Anselm Weber, O.F.M.: Missionary to the Navaho 1898-1921. Milwaukee: The Bruce Pub. Co., 1955.

Williams, Lester L. C.N. Cotton and His Navajo Blankets: A biography of C.N. Cotton Gallup, New Mexico Indian Trader. Albuquerque: Avanyu Publishing, 1989.

Woodward, Arthur. Navajo Silver: A brief  history of Navajo silversmithing. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1971. Reprint of 1938 Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 14.

Wright, Barton A. Hallmarks of the Southwest. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1989.

Wyman, Leland C. Navaho Sandpaintings: The Huckel Collection. Colorado Springs, Colo.: Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1960. Revised in 1971.

Yost, Billie Williams. Bread upon the Sands. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1958.

C. Theses

Adams, William Y. "Shonto: A Study of the Role of the Trader in A Modern Navaho Community." Unpublished  PhD dissertation. 2 Vols. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona, 1958.

Anderson, Lowell E. "Factors Influencing Design in Navaho Weaving." Unpublished Masters thesis. Berkeley: University of California, 1953.

Blystone, Peter. "Making it their own: Four Centuries of Navajo Weaving." MA thesis. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northern Arizona University, August 1992.

Boles, Joann  Ferguson. "The Development of the Navaho Rug, 1890-1920, As Influenced by Trader J.L. Hubbell." Vols. 1-2. PhD dissertation. Ohio State University, 1977.

Boyd, Dennis. "Trading and Weaving: An American-Navajo Symbiosis." MA thesis. Boulder: University of Colorado, 1979.

Boyd, Dorothy Elizabeth. "Navajo Pictorial Weaving: Its Past and Its Present Condition." Unpublished thesis. Albuquerque: Department of Art History, University of New Mexico, 1970.

Dillworth, Leah. "Imagining the Primitive: Representations of Native Americans in the Southwest, 1880-1930." PhD dissertation. Yale University, November 1992.

Francisconi, Michael Joseph. "Economic Trends and Everyday Life on the Navajo Nation, 1868 to 1995: The History of the Informal Economy of the Dine' (Native Americans)." PhD dissertation. University of Oregon, 1995.

Graves, Laura. "Thomas Varker Keam: The Biography of a Nineteenth Century Indian Trader in Northeast Arizona." PhD dissertation. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northern Arizona University, August 1992.

Hedlund, Ann Lane. "Contemporary Navajo Weaving: A Ethnography of a Native Craft." PhD dissertation. Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, 1983.

Indermill, Roc H. "Roadside Fever: The Social Organization of Roadside Frontage Tenure in the Context of the Navajo Beadwork Trade, 1928-1988." MA thesis. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northern Arizona University, December 1990.

Kelley, Klara B. "Commercial Networks in the Navajo-Hopi-Zuni Region." PhD dissertation.Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1977.

M'Closkey, Kathy. "The Institutionalization of Art Within Two Internal Colonies: A Comparative Study of the Inuit and the Navajo." MA thesis. Ontario, Canada: Department of Sociology, University of Windsor, 1985.

McPherson, Robert Spowart. "The Northern Navajo Frontier, 1860-1900: Expansion through Adversity (Utes, Mormons, Paiutes, Trading Posts)." PhD dissertation. Salt Lake City: Brigham Young University, July 1987.

Parezo, Nancy Jean. "Navajo Sandpaintings: From Religious Act to Commercial Art." PhD dissertation. Tucson, Ariz.: Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona, 1981. Abstract published by University Microfilms in 1982.

Peake, Nancy. "Trading post tales: biography of an Indian trader on the Navajo reservation, 1930-1980." PhD dissertation. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1992.

Perrow, Cecelia Roton. "Claude Bowlin, Indian Trader." PhD dissertation. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northern Arizona University, December 1994.

Turley, Frank J. "A History of Babbitt Brothers Trading Company Emphasizing its Economic Influence on Northern Arizona." MA thesis. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Arizona Teacher's College, 1939.

Volk, Robert W. "An Historical Analysis of the Functions and Reproduction of the Navajo Reservation." PhD dissertation. University of Illinois, 1987.

Wade, Edwin Lewis. "The History of the Southwest Indian Ethnic Art Market." PhD dissertation. Seattle: Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, 1976.

D. Miscellaneous

American Indian history project. Interviews 88-96, 417-429, 430-450, 469-478, 492-500, 634-649. [J. Willard Marriott and S.J. Quinney Law Libraries, University of Utah.]

"The Art of Navajo Weaving." 199 . [Video]

Bauer, Liz. Research for a Catalogue of the Navajo Textiles of Hubbell Trading Post. National Endowment for the Humanities, July 4, 1987. [Manuscript]

Bedinger, Margery. "Navajo Indian Silver-Work." Old West Series Pamphlets no. 8. Denver: John Vanmale, 1936. [Pamphlet]

Bonar, Eulalie H., Ed. Woven by the Grandmothers: Nineteenth-Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996. [Exhibition Catalog]

Brody, J.J. Between Traditions: Navajo Weaving Toward the End of the Nineteenth Century. Iowa City: University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1976. [Exhibition Catalog]

Campbell, Tyrone D. Historic Navajo Weaving 1800-1900: Three Cultures--One Loom. Albuquerque: Avanyu Publishing, 1987. [Exhibition Catalog]

Code of Federal Regulations. Title 25, Chapter 2, Parts 301, 304, 307-308. 1987. April 1, 1988.

CFR (2) (301)-Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Silver and Turquoise Products; Standards.

CFR (2) (304)-Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Silver, Use of Government Mark.

CFR (2) (307)-Navajo All-Wool Woven Fabrics; Use of Government Certificate of Genuineness.

CFR (2) (308)-Regulations for Use of Certificates to be Attached to Their Trademarks by Indian Enterprises Concerned with the Production and Sale of Genuine Handicrafts. pp. 765-780.

Day, Samuel Edward. Oral history interview: St. Michael's, Ariz., with Bernard Fontana, April 1-2, 1960. [Typescript of tape recording.] [Audio tape of interview at the University of Arizona Library Media Center-Audio-Tape 288, Reels 1-3.]

Erickson, Jon T. and H. Thomas Cain. Navajo Textiles From the Read Mullan Collection. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1976. [Exhibition Catalog]

Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection: An Exhibit Organized by the Heard Museum. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1976. [Exhibition Catalog]

Goulding, Mike. "Recollections of Monument Valley Indian trader." Interviewed by Gary Topping on 9/6/89. [Unpublished Typescript]

Harmsen, W.D., Ed. Patterns and Sources of Navajo Weaving. Harmsen's Western Americana Collection, 1977. [Exhibition Catalog]

Hedlund, Ann Lane. Reflections of the Weaver's World: The Gloria F. Ross Collection of Contemporary Navajo Weaving.  Denver:  Denver Art Museum, 1992. [Exhibition Catalog]

Heflin, Mildred N. Trading days and Navajo stock reduction Mildred Heflin ; interviewed by Dean Sundberg on June 30, 1972. [Fullerton]: Utah State Historical Society and California State University, Fullerton Oral History Program, [1978].

Herbst, Toby and Joel Kopp. The Flag in American Indian Art. Cooperstown, NY: New York State Historical Association, 1993. [Exhibition Catalog]

Hubbell Papers. Documents, personal correspondence, ledgers, journals, and day books of Lorenzo Hubbell, 1884-1964. [Special Collections, University of Arizona Library, Tucson]

Hubbell, Roman. Affadavit concerning value of reproductions of sandpaintings. Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, 1947. [Manuscript]

Jack, Vernon. Trading on the Navajo reservation Vernon Jack ; interviewed by Mark Collins on July 12, 1978. [Fullerton]: Utah State Historical Society and California State University, Fullerton Oral History Program, [1984].

Lincoln, Ed., Louise. Southwest Indian Silver from the Doneghy Collection. Minneapolis: Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1982. [Exhibition Catalog]

McKenna, Peter J. and Scott E. Travis. Archaeological investigations at Thunderbird Lodge, Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. Santa Fe: Branch of Cultural Resources Management, Division of Anthropology, National Park Service, 1989.

Moore, John Bradford. The Catalogues of Fine Navajo Blankets, Rugs, Ceremonial Baskets, Silverware, Jewelry & Curios originally published between 1903 and 1911. Albuquerque: Avanyu Publishing, 1987.

_________________. The Navajo, Sales Catalogue. Crystal, NM: Crystal Trading Post, 1911. Reprinted by Avanyu Publishing, Albuquerque, N.M. in 1986 under the title, The Navajo: a reprint in its entirety of a catalogue published by J.B. Moore, Indian trader, of the Crystal Trading Post, New Mexico, in 1911.

Porter, Burr Wilson. Papers, 1895-1950. (Financial ledgers and legal records relating to the operation of a general merchandise store and trading station at Navajo, Ariz. as well as activities in real estate and the sheep industry: Personal materials-1895-1950, Property records-1906-1947, Financial records-1914-1943, Notary's record-1924-1945)

Arthur Ross Gallery, University of Pennsylvania. A Burst of Brilliance: Germantown, Pennsylvania and Navajo Weaving. Philadelphia: Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, 1994. [Exhibition Catalog]

Smith, Edward D. Range riding and Navajo stock reduction Edward D. Smith ; interviewed by Dean Sundberg on June 27, 1972. [Fullerton]: Utah State Historical Society and California State University, Fullerton Oral History Program, [1978].

Soulliere, Laura E. and Beverley Spears. Historic structure report: Chinlee Trading Post, Thunderbird Ranch and custodian's residence, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona.

Santa Fe: National Park Service, Southwest Regional Office, [1990].

Stewart, Omer C. "Navaho Basketry as made by Ute and Paiute." American Anthropologist. 40(4), (October-December 1938): 758-759. [In "Brief Communications" section.]

U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs on Navajo Trading. Prepared by Moris S. Burge. Washington: GPO, 1949.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Navajo Trading: A Report. Prepared by Bonney Youngblood. Washington: GPO, 1935.

U.S. Federal Trade Commission. The Trading Post System on the Navajo Reservation. Staff  Report to the Federal Trade Commission. Washington: GPO, 1973.

Utley, Robert M. The National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings: Special Report on Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado, Arizona. Santa Fe: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service Region Three, January 1959.

Youngblood, Bonney. "Navajo Trading." Survey of Conditions of the Indians in the United States: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate. 55th Congress, 1st Session, Part 34. Washington: GPO, 1937.

E. Web sites

Navajoland Trading Post Encyclopedia

II. HOPI

A. Articles (Magazine, Newspaper)

"Ancient Leather Craft Revived." D esert. 17(1), (January 1954): 17. ("Squaw Boots")

Ashton, Jr.,  Robert. "Nampeyo: The Birth of Contemporary Hopi Pottery." Southwest Art. 5(2), (1976): 74-75.

______________. "Nampeyo and Lesou." American Indian Art Magazine. 1(3), (May 1, 1976): 24-33.

Bean, Lowell J. "The Lee Collection of Hopi and Navajo Art." American Indian Art Magazine. 12(3), (Summer 1987): 38-45.

Cain, H. Thomas and Jerold Collings. "Indian Basketry in Arizona." Arizona Highways. 51(7), (July 1975): 2-5, 44-45.

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Bruce T. Ellis. "The Line-Break, Problem Child of Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 58(9), (September 1951): 251-291.

Colton, Mary Russell  F. and Harold S. "An Appreciation of the Art of Nampeyo and Her Influence on Hopi Pottery." Plateau. 15(3), (January 1943): 43-45.

Comfort, Saundra L. "The Kachina Today." Desert..28(7), (July 1965): 12-13.

Cuppett, Annis.  "Kachinas of the Hopi." Desert..42(8), (August 1979): 16-19.

Davies, Cynthia. "Frontier Merchants and Native Craftsmen: The Fred Harvey Company Collects Indian Art." Journal of the West. 21(1), (January 1982): 120-125.

Dockstader, Frederick J. "The Kachina and the White Man: A Study of the Influences of White Culture on the Hopi Kachina Cult." Cranbrook Institute of Science Bulletin No. 35  Bloomfield Hills, Michigan: Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1954.

Ellsberg, Helen. "Coral." American Indian Art Magazine. 1(3), (May 1, 1976): 40-43, 54.

Harvey III, Byron. "The Fred Harvey Collection 1899-1963." Plateau. 36(2), (Fall 1963): 33-53.

Hays, Kelley Ann and Diane Dittemore. "Seven Centuries of Hopi Pottery: Yellow Ware from Arizona State Museum Collections." American Indian Art Magazine. 15(3), (Summer 1990): 56-65.

Henderson, Esther and Chuck Abbott. "Along the Trading Post Trail." Arizona Highways. 19(6),(June 1943): 12-19, 41-42.

Hice, Michael. "Clay: The Great Pottery Families Who gave Art to Earth." Santa Fean. 26(7), (August 1998): 44-53.

Higgins, Shirley Rose. "Shopping the Indian Trail." Desert. 30(5), (May 1967): 31-32.

Howard, Enid C. "Indian Trails of ‘72." Desert. 35(8), (August 1972): 22-25, 32-34.

Kelly, Roger E. and Albert E. Ward. "Lessons from the Zeyouma Trading Post near Flagstaff, Arizona." Historical Archaeology. 6 (1972): 65-76.

Kelley, Lillian. "Southwest Indian Silverwork." Desert..23(11), (November 1960): 14-18.

Kenagy, Suzanne G. "Made in the Zuni Style: Zuni Pueblo and the Arts of the Southwest." Masterkey. 61(4), (Winter 1988): 11-20.

Kramer, Barbara. "Nampeyo, Hopi House, and the Chicago Land Show." American Indian Art Magazine. 14(1), (Winter 1988): 46-53.

Langley, Dama. "Weaving Girl of the Navajo." Desert. 9(6), (April 1946): 5-9.

Mattmueller, Rosella. "Painted Dolls of the Hopi Tribesmen." Desert. 20(9), (September 1957): 19-21.

Mori, John and Joyce. "Hopi Silversmithing." Masterkey. 44(4), (October-December 1970): 124-142.

Mori, Joyce and John. "Modern Hopi Coiled Basketry." Masterkey. 46(1), (January-March 1972): 4-17.

Nequatewa, Edmund. "Nampeyo, Famous Hopi Potter (1859 (?) to 1942). Plateau. 15 (3), (January 1943): 40-42.

Neumann, David L. "The Indian Jewelry Business." Masterkey. 38(2), (April-June 1964): 70-73.

"Notes on Trading Posts in This Issue."Arizona Highways. 51(3),(March 1975): 45.

Pepper, Jack. "Indian Country." Desert. 33(6), (June 1970): 18-23, 38-39.

Smith, Mrs.White Mountain. "He is our Friend." Desert. 4(1), (November 1940): 7-10. (Lorenzo Hubbell)

____________________. "Tom Pavatea, Hopi Trader." Desert. 1(4), (February 1938): 4-6.

Stacey, Joseph."The New Traders: new art forms, new silversmiths, new markets."

Arizona Highways. 51(3),(March 1975): 34-38.

Stillion, Ann Marie. "Hopi Marketplace ‘98: 65th Anniversary at the Museum of Northern Arizona." Flagstaff Live! 4(26), (July 2-8, 1998): 8-9.

Tanner, Clara Lee. "Crafts of Arizona Indians." Arizona Highways. 36(7),(July 1960): 8-35.

_____________. "The Squash Blossom." American Indian Art Magazine. 3(3), (May 1, 1978): 36-43.

"Trading Post Practices Revised." Arizona Daily Sun. (Flagstaff, Arizona), (August 2, 1974): p. 1, cols. 3-6. 

Van Valkenburgh, Richard. "Tom Keam, Friend of the Moqui." Desert. 9(9), (July 1946): 9-12.

Wade, Edwin L. "The Thomas Keam Collection of Hopi Pottery: A New Typology." American Indian Art Magazine. 5(3), (May 1980): 54-61.

Weigle, Marta. "From Desert to Disney World: The Santa Fe Railway and the Fred Harvey Company Display the Indian Southwest." Journal of Anthropological Research. 45(1), (Spring 1989): 115-137.

Wells, Helen Pinion. "The Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection." American Indian Art Magazine. 1(2), (February 1, 1976): 32-34.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. "Some Native Baskets of the Southwest." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 8-11. 

Wright, Barton A. "Hopi Tiles." American Indian Art Magazine. 2(4), (August 1, 1977): 64-71.

___________. "Kachina Carvings." American Indian Art Magazine. 9(2), (Spring 1984): 38-45, 81.

B.Books

Allen, Laura Graves. Contemporary Hopi Pottery. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Museum of Northern Arizona, 1984.  

Brody, J.J. Indian Painters & White Patrons. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1971.

Campbell, Tyrone, Joel Kopp and Kate Kopp. Navajo Pictorial Weaving, 1880-1950: Folk Art Images of Native Americans. New York: Dutton Studio Books, 1991.

Collins, John E. Nampeyo, Hopi Potter: Her Artistry and Legacy. Fullerton, Calif.: Muckenthaler Cultural Center, 1974.

Colton, Harold S. Kachina Dolls: with a Key to Their Identification. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1949. Revised in 1959 and reprinted in 1983.

Dillworth, Leah. Imagining Indians in the Southwest: Persistent Visions of a Primitive Past. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996.

Dockstader, Frederick J. The Kachina and the White Man: The Influences of White Culture on the Hopi Kachina Cult. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1985.

Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

Fowler, Carol. Daisy Hooee Nampeyo: The Story of an American Indian. Minneapolis: Dillon Press, 1977.

Hayes, Allan and John Blom. Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1996.

Hedlund, Ann Lane. Beyond the Loom: Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving. Boulder: Johnson Books, 1990.

Howard, Kathleen L. and Diana F. Pardue. Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1996.

James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry and How to make Indian and Other Baskets. New York: Henry Malkan, 1902. Revised in 1903.

Kramer, Barbara. Nampeyo and Her Pottery. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1996.

McLuhan, T.C. Dream Tracks: The Railroad and the American Indian, 1890-1930 with Photographs from the William E. Kopplin Collection. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1985.

Mauldin, Barbara. Traditions in Transition: Contemporary Basket Weaving of the Southwestern Indians. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1984.

Mercurio, Gian and Maxymilian L. Peschel. The Guide to Trading Posts and Pueblos. Cortez, Colo.: Lonewolf Publishing, 1994.

Miller, Marjorie. Indian Arts and Crafts. New York: Galahad Books, 1972.

Pendleton, Mary. Navajo and Hopi Weaving Techniques. New York: Macmillan, 1974.

Schroeder, Ed., Albert H. The Changing Ways of Southwestern Indians: A Historical Perspective. Glorieta, NM: Rio Grande Press, 1973.

Tanner, Clara Lee, Ed. Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1976.

_____________. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Teiwes, Helga. Hopi Basket Weaving: Artistry in Natural Fibers. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1996. 

__________. Kachina Dolls: The Art of Hopi Carvers. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1991.

Trahant, Lenora Begay. The Success of the Navajo Arts and Crafts Enterprise: A Retail Success Story. New York: Walker and Company, 1996.

Traugott, Joseph. Nampeyo of Hano and Five Generations of Her Descendants. Albuquerque: Adobe Gallery, 1983.

Trimble, Stephen. Talking with the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1987.

Wade, Edwin L. and Lea S. McChesney. Historic Hopi Ceramics: The Thomas V. Keam Collection  of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Cambridge: Peabody Museum  Press, 1981.

Weigle, Marta and Barbara A. Babcock, Eds. The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1996.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter, Stewart Peckham, Rick Dillingham, Nancy Fox, and Kate Peck Kent.

I Am Here: Two Thousand Years of Southwest Indian Arts and Culture. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1989.

___________________. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers with a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1988.  

Wright, Barton A. Clowns of the Hopi: Tradition Keepers and Delight Makers. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1994.

____________. Hallmarks of the Southwest. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1989.

____________. Hopi Kachinas: The Complete Guide to Collecting Kachina Dolls. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1977.

____________. Hopi Material Culture: Artifacts Gathered by H.R. Voth in the Fred Harvey Collection. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press/Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1979.

Wright, Margaret Nickelson. Hopi Silver: The history and hallmarks of Hopi silversmithing. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1972. Revised in 1982 and 1989.

Wyckoff, Lydia L. Designs and Factions: Politics, Religion and Ceramics on the Hopi Third Mesa. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1990.

C. Theses

Acker, Annie. "Hopi Kachina Doll Carving: Reflections on Cultural Change." MA thesis. California Institute of Integral Studies, June 1993.

Dillworth, Leah. "Imagining the Primitive: Representations of Native Americans in the Southwest, 1880-1930." PhD dissertation. Yale University, November 1992.

Hart, Dane Bruce. "The Hopi Kachina Cult: Its Origin and Evolution." MA thesis. Long Beach: Anthropology Department, California State University, May 1987.

Kelley, Klara B. "Commercial Networks in the Navajo-Hopi-Zuni Region." PhD dissertation. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1977.

Love, Suzanne. "Hopi Tiles." Unpublished MA thesis. University of Denver, 1973.

Mori, Joycelyn Irene. "Changes in Hopi Material Culture." PhD dissertation. Columbia: Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri, August 1972.

D. Miscellaneous

Code of Federal Regulations. Title 25, Chapter 2, Parts 301, 304, 307-308. 1987. April 1, 1988.

CFR (2) (301)-Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Silver and Turquoise Products; Standards.

CFR (2) (304)-Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Silver, Use of Government Mark.

CFR (2) (307)-Navajo All-Wool Woven Fabrics; Use of Government Certificate of Genuineness.

CFR (2) (308)-Regulations for Use of Certificates to be Attached to Their Trademarks by Indian Enterprises Concerned with the Production and Sale of Genuine Handicrafts. pp. 765-780.

Keam, Thomas. Catalogue of Keam's canon collection of relics of the ancient builders of the Southwestern table lands. 1894. Unpublished manuscript. Archives, Peabody Museum, Harvard University.

Wade, Edwin L. and Lea S. McChesney. America's Great Lost Expedition: The Thomas Keam Collection of Hopi Pottery from the Second Hemenway Expedition, 1890-1894. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1980. [Exhibition Catalog]

Washburn, Dorothy K., Ed. Hopi Kachina: Spirit of Life. San Francisco: California Academy of Sciences, 1980. [Exhibition Catalog]

III. ZUNI

A. Articles (Magazine, Newspaper)

Bird, Allison. "Jewelry Collection at the School of American Research." American Indian Art Magazine. 18(4), (Autumn 1993): 56-63. 

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Bruce T. Ellis. "The Line-Break, Problem Child of Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 58(9), (September 1951): 251-291.

Ellsberg, Helen. "Coral." American Indian Art Magazine. 1(3), (May 1, 1976): 40-43, 54.

Fane, Diana. "Curator's Choice: Indian Pottery of the American Southwest." American Indian Art Magazine. 11(2), (Spring 1986): 46-53.

Fox, Nancy. "Southwest Indian Jewelry." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 32-34.

Harvey III, Byron. "The Fred Harvey Collection 1899-1963." Plateau. 36(2), (Fall 1963): 33-53.

Hilton, John W. "Indian Jewelry--Genuine and Imitation." Desert. 1(9), (July 1938): 15-16, 24.

Kelley, Lillian. "Southwest Indian Silverwork." Desert..23(11), (November 1960): 14-18.

Kenagy, Suzanne G. "Made in the Zuni Style: Zuni Pueblo and the Arts of the Southwest." Masterkey. 61(4), (Winter 1988): 11-20.

Kirk, Ruth Falkenburg. "Southwestern Indian Jewelry." El Palacio. 52(2), (February 1945): 21-32, 52(3), (March 1945): 41-50.

Monongye, Preston. "The New Indian Jewelry Art of the Southwest." Arizona Highways. 48(6), (June 1972): 6-11, 46-47.

Mori, John and Joyce. "Hopi Silversmithing." Masterkey. 44(4), (October-December 1970): 124-142.

Neumann, David L. "The Indian Jewelry Business." Masterkey. 38(2), (April-June 1964): 70-73.

______________. "Modern Developments in Indian Jewelry."  El Palacio. 57(6), (June 1950): 173-180.

Odens, Peter. "Land of the Zunis." Desert. 33(6), (June 1970): 24-25.

Ostler, James and Marian E. Rodee. "Zuni Beaded Dolls: From Curio Art to Folk Art." American Indian Art Magazine. 14(2), (Spring 1989): 32-37.

Sikorski, Kathryn. "Zuni Jewelry." Arizona Highways. 35(8), (August 1959): 6-13.

Slaney, Deborah. "Zuni Figurative Carving from the C.G. Wallace Collection." American Indian Art Magazine. 19(1), (Winter 1993): 68-75. 

Smith,.Mrs.White.Mountain. "Margaret.Lewis---singer.and.silversmith." Desert..2(7), (May.1939):. 14-16.

Sorensen, Cloyd. "The Enduring Intrigue of the Glass Trade Bead." Arizona Highways. 47(7), (July 1971): 10-37.

Stacey, Joseph."The New Traders: new art forms, new silversmiths, new markets." Arizona Highways. 51(3),(March 1975): 34-38.

Summar, Polly. "Zuni Bead Dolls back in style." New Mexico Magazine. 64(12), (December 1986): 40-41.

Tanner, Clara Lee. "Crafts of Arizona Indians." Arizona Highways. 36(7),(July 1960): 8-35.

_____________. "The Naja." American Indian Art Magazine. 7(2), (Spring 1982): 64-71.

_____________. "The Squash Blossom." American Indian Art Magazine. 3(3), (May 1, 1978): 36-43.

Toulouse, Betty. "Pueblo Pottery Traditions: Ever Constant, Ever Changing." El Palacio. 82(3), (Fall 1976): 14-47. 

B. Books

Brody, J.J. Indian Painters & White Patrons. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1971.

Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

Harlow, Francis H. Matte-Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres and Zuni Pueblos. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1973.

Hayes, Allan and John Blom. Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1996.

Hedlund, Ann Lane. Beyond the Loom: Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving. Boulder: Johnson Books, 1990.

Mercurio, Gian and Maxymilian L. Peschel. The Guide to Trading Posts and Pueblos. Cortez, Colo.: Lonewolf Publishing, 1994.

Nahohai, Milford and Elisa Phelps. Dialogues with Zuni Potters. Zuni, NM: Zuni A:shiwi Publishing, 1995.

Ostler, James, Marian Rodee and Milford Nahohai. Zuni: A Village of Silversmiths. Zuni, NM: Zuni A:shiwi Publishing, 1996.

Rodee, Marian and James Ostler. The Fetish Carvers of Zuni. Albuquerque: Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, 1990. Revised in 1995.

________________________. Zuni Pottery. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1986.

Tanner, Clara Lee, Ed. Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1976.

_____________. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Toulouse, Betty. Pueblo Pottery of the New Mexico Indians: Ever Constant, Ever Changing. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1977.

Trimble, Stephen. Talking with the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1987.

Tryk, Sheila. Santa Fe Indian Market: Showcase of Native American Art. Santa Fe: Tierra Publications, 1993.

Weigle, Marta and Barbara A. Babcock, Eds. The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1996.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter, Stewart Peckham, Rick Dillingham, Nancy Fox, and Kate Peck Kent.

I Am Here: Two Thousand Years of Southwest Indian Arts and Culture. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1989.

___________________. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers with a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1988.  

Wright, Barton A. Hallmarks of the Southwest. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1989.

____________. Patterns and Sources of Zuni Kachinas. Harmsen Pub. Co., 1988.

C. Theses

Kelley, Klara B. "Commercial Networks in the Navajo-Hopi-Zuni Region." PhD dissertation. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1977.

Sikorski, Kathryn Ann. "Recent trends in Zuni jewelry." Unpublished MA thesis. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona, 1958.

Slaney, Deborah C. "The Role of C.G. Wallace in the Development of Twentieth-Century Zuni

Silver and Lapidary Arts." Unpublished MLS thesis.  Norman: College of Liberal Studies, University of Oklahoma, 1992.

D. Miscellaneous

American Indian history project. Interviews 18-25. [J. Willard Marriott and S.J. Quinney Law Libraries, University of Utah.]

Sotheby Parke Bernet. The C.G. Wallace Collection of American Indian Art, November 14, 15 and 16, 1975. New York: Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1975. [Auction catalog]

IV. PAIUTE

A. Articles (Magazine, Newspaper)

Alley, Jr., John R. "Prelude to Dispossession: The Fur Trade's Significance for the Northern Utes and Southern Paiutes." Utah Historical Quarterly. 50(2), (Spring 1982): 104-123.

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Bruce T. Ellis. "The Line-Break, Problem Child of Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 58(9), (September 1951): 251-291.

Higgins, Shirley Rose. "Shopping the Indian Trail." Desert. 30(5), (May 1967): 31-32.

Stewart, Patricia. "Sarah Winnemucca." Nevada Historical Society Quarterly. 14(4), (Winter 1971): 23-38.

Tschopik, Jr., Harry. "Navaho Basketry: A Study of Culture Change." American Anthropologist. 42(3), (July-September 1940): 444-462.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. "Some Native Baskets of the Southwest." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 8-11. 

___________________ and Susan Brown McGreevy. "Translating Tradition: Basketry Arts of the San Juan Paiutes." American Indian Art Magazine. 11(1), (Winter 1985): 30-37.

Winnemucca, Sarah. "The Pah-Utes." The Californian. 6(33), (September 1882): 252-256.

B. Books

Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

Euler, Robert C. The Paiute People. Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1972.

Hermann, Ruth. The Paiutes of Pyramid Lake: A Narrative Concerning a Western Nevada Indian Tribe. San Jose, Calif.: Harlan-Young Press, 1972.

Hopkins, Sarah Winnemucca. Life Among The Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims. New York: G.P.Putnam's Sons, 1883.

James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry and How to make Indian and Other Baskets. New York: Henry Malkan, 1902. Revised in 1903.

NUWUVI: A Southern Paiute History. Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada, 1976.

Tanner, Clara Lee. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Weber, David J. The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far Southwest, 1540-1846. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1968.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers with a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1988.  

Wright, Barton A. Hallmarks of the Southwest. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1989.

C. Theses

Franklin, Jr., Robert J. "The Role of Structure, Agency, and Communication in the Development of Federal Policy toward the San Jaun Southern Paiute Tribe." PhD dissertation. Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, September 1984.

McPherson, Robert Spowart. "The Northern Navajo Frontier, 1860-1900: Expansion through Adversity (Utes, Mormons, Paiutes, Trading Posts)." PhD dissertation. Salt Lake City: Brigham Young University, July 1987.

D. Miscellaneous

American Indian history project. Interviews 135-143. [J. Willard Marriott and S.J. Quinney Law Libraries, University of Utah.]

Stewart, Omer C. "Navaho Basketry as made by Ute and Paiute." American Anthropologist. 40(4), (October-December 1938): 758-759. [In "Brief Communications" section.]

V. SOUTHERN UTE

A. Articles (Magazine, Newspaper)

Alley, Jr., John R. "Prelude to Dispossession: The Fur Trade's Significance for the Northern Utes and Southern Paiutes." Utah Historical Quarterly. 50(2), (Spring 1982): 104-123.

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Bruce T. Ellis. "The Line-Break, Problem Child of Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 58(9), (September 1951): 251-291.

Foote, Cheryl J. "Spanish-Indian Trade along New Mexico's Northern Frontier in the Eighteenth Century." Journal of the West. 24(2), (April 1985): 22-33.

Hill, Joseph J. "Spanish and Mexican Exploration and Trade Northwest from New Mexico into the Great Basin, 1765-1853." Utah Historical Quarterly. 3(1), (January 1930): 3-23.

Snow, William J. "Utah Indians and Spanish Slave Trade." Utah Historical Quarterly. 2(3), (July 1929): 67-73.

Tschopik, Jr., Harry. "Navaho Basketry: A Study of Culture Change." American Anthropologist. 42(3), (July-September 1940): 444-462.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. "Some Native Baskets of the Southwest." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 8-11. 

B. Books

Delaney, Robert W. The Southern Ute People. Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1974.

______________. The Ute Mountain Utes. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1989.

Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry and How to make Indian and Other Baskets. New York: Henry Malkan, 1902. Revised in 1903.

James, Thomas. Three Years among the Indians and Mexicans. New York: The Citadel Press, 1966. Edited by Milo Milton Quaife.

Jefferson, James, Robert W. Delaney, and Gregory C. Thompson. The Southern Utes: A Tribal History. Ignacio, Colo.: Southern Ute Tribe, 1972.

Mercurio, Gian and Maxymilian L. Peschel. The Guide to Trading Posts and Pueblos. Cortez, Colo.: Lonewolf Publishing, 1994.

Pettit, Jan. Utes: The Mountain People. Rev. Ed. Boulder: Johnson, 1990.

Stewart, Omer C. Ethnohistorical Bibliography of the Ute Indians of Colorado. Series in Anthropology, No. 18. Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 1971.

Tanner, Clara Lee. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Weber, David J. The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far Southwest, 1540-1846. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1968.

Young, Richard K. The Ute Indians of Colorado in the Twentieth Century. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.

C. Theses

McPherson, Robert Spowart. "The Northern Navajo Frontier, 1860-1900: Expansion through Adversity (Utes, Mormons, Paiutes, Trading Posts)." PhD dissertation. Salt Lake City: Brigham Young University, July 1987.

Swadesh, Frances L. "The Southern Utes and Their Neighbors, 1877-1926: An Ethnohistorical Study of Multiple Interaction in Contact-Induced Culture Change." MA thesis. Boulder: University of Colorado, 1962.

Tyler, S. Lyman. "Before Escalante: An early history of the Yuta Indians and the area north of New Mexico...." PhD dissertation. Department of History, University of Utah, 1951.

D. Miscellaneous

American Indian history project. Interviews 135-143. [J. Willard Marriott and S.J. Quinney Law Libraries, University of Utah.]

Stewart, Omer C. "Navaho Basketry as made by Ute and Paiute." American Anthropologist.

40(4), (October-December 1938): 758-759. [In "Brief Communications" section.]

VI. PUEBLO

A. Articles (Magazine, Newspaper)

Babcock, Barbara A. ‘A New Mexican Rebecca': Imaging Pueblo Women." Journal of the Southwest. 32(4), (Winter 1990): 400-437.

_______________. "Those, They Called Them Monos": Cochiti Figurative Ceramics, 1875-1905." American Indian Art Magazine. 12(4), (Autumn 1987): 50-57, 67.

Batkin, Jonathan. "Martina Vigil and Florentino Montoya: Master Potters of San Ildefonso and Cochiti Pueblos." American Indian Art Magazine. 12(4), (Autumn 1987): 28-37.

___________. "Some Early Curio Dealers of New Mexico." American Indian Art Magazine. 23(3), (Summer 1998): 69-81.

Baxter, Paula A. "Navajo and Pueblo Jewelry, 1940-1970: Three Decades of Innovative Design Revisited." American Indian Art Magazine. 21(4), (Autumn 1996): 34-43.

Bernstein, Bruce. "From Indian Fair to Indian Market." El Palacio. 98(3), (Summer 1993): 14-19, 47-54.

___________. "Potters & Patrons: The Creation of Pueblo Art Pottery."  American Indian Art Magazine. 20(1), (Winter 1994): 70-79.

Bird, Allison. "Jewelry Collection at the School of American Research." American Indian Art Magazine. 18(4), (Autumn 1993): 56-63. 

Branham, Mary. "Mateo: Santo Domingo's Artistic Trader." Desert. 22(12), (December 1959): 18.

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Bruce T. Ellis. "The Line-Break, Problem Child of Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 58(9), (September 1951): 251-291.

Cirillo, Dexter. "Back to the Past: Tradition and Change in Contemporary Pueblo Jewelry." American Indian Art Magazine. 13(2), (Spring 1988): 46-55, 60, 63.

Dauber, Kenneth. "Pueblo Pottery and the Politics of Regional Identity." Journal of the Southwest. 32(4), (Winter 1990): 576-596.

Davies, Cynthia. "Frontier Merchants and Native Craftsmen: The Fred Harvey Company Collects Indian Art." Journal of the West. 21(1), (January 1982): 120-125.

Dillingham, Rick. "Historic and Contemporary Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 26-29. 

___________. "The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo." American Indian Art Magazine. 2(4), (August 1, 1977): 44-51.

Doyle, Gene F. "Candelario's Fabulous Curios." Denver Westerners Monthly Roundup. 24(9), (1968): 3-13, 20.

Ellis, Florence H. and Mary Walpole. "Possible Pueblo, Navajo, and Jicarilla Basketry Relationships." El Palacio. 66(6), (December 1959): 181-198.

Emanuel, Lita. "Evelyn Vigil: Her touch is forever." Desert. 43(11), (December 1980): 14-16.

Fox, Nancy. "Southwest Indian Jewelry." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 32-34.

Frost, Richard H. "The Romantic Inflation of Pueblo Culture." American West. 17(1), (January/February 1980): 4-9, 56-60.

Gilpin, Laura. "Maria Martinez: Potter of San Ildefonso." New Mexico Magazine. 52(1-2), (January/February 1974): 32.

Grammer, Maurine. "Mary Histia and Her Patron, Franklin D. Roosevelt." Indian Trader. 18(6), (1987): 9-10.

Gratz, Kathleen. "Tesuque Rain God." El Palacio. 82(3), (Fall 1976): 3-8. 

Halseth, Odd S. "The Revival of Pueblo Pottery Making." El Palacio. 21(6), (September 15, 1926): 134-154.

Harvey III, Byron. "The Fred Harvey Collection 1899-1963." Plateau. 36(2), (Fall 1963): 33-53.

Hice, Michael. "Clay: The Great Pottery Families Who gave Art to Earth." Santa Fean. 26(7), (August 1998): 44-53.

Hodge, Zahrah Preble. "Marie Martinez: Indian Master Potter." Southern Workman. 62(5), (1933): 213-215.

"Indian Traders set Standards Stamp for Silver." Desert. 9(7), (May 1946): 9.

Kelley, Lillian. "Southwest Indian Silverwork." Desert. 23(11), (November 1960): 14-18.

Kenagy, Suzanne G. "Made in the Zuni Style: Zuni Pueblo and the Arts of the Southwest." Masterkey. 61(4), (Winter 1988): 11-20.

Kent, Kate Peck. "Pueblo and Navajo Textiles in the Laboratory of Anthropology." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 14-17. 

____________. "Pueblo Weaving." American Indian Art Magazine. 7(1), (Winter 1981): 32-45.

Lemos, Pedro J. "The Household Arts of the Indian Pueblos." El Palacio. 16(8), (April 15, 1924): 127-129. 

___________. "Marvelous Acoma and Its Craftsmen." El Palacio. 24(13-14), (March 31-April 7, 1928): 234-244. [First published in the School Arts Magazine, February 1928.]

Letterhouse, M.D. "Revival of Tribal Arts as a Factor in Pueblo Economic Independence." Mission Fields at Home. 4(10-11), (July-August 1932): 150-152.

Lummis, Charles Fletcher. "The Southwestern Wonderland IV: Our First American Jewelers." Land of Sunshine. 5(2), (July 1896): 54-58.

"Maria: The Pottery from San Ildefonso." Artists of the Rockies. 1(2), (Spring 1974): 20-24.

Oleman, Minnie. "Lucy Lewis: Acoma's Versatile Potter." El Palacio. 75(2), (Summer 1968): 10-12.  

Pillsbury,.Dorothy.L. "Weavers.of.Chimayo..." Desert..16(8), (August.1953):.12-16.

Rolwing, Rebecca. "Indian jewelers fight for life: Imports crushing demand for wares." Arizona Republic. (Phoenix, Arizona), (August 16, 1998): D9.

Toulouse, Betty. "Pueblo Pottery Traditions: Ever Constant, Ever Changing." El Palacio. 82(3), (Fall 1976): 14-47. 

Weigle, Marta. "From Desert to Disney World: The Santa Fe Railway and the Fred Harvey Company Display the Indian Southwest." Journal of Anthropological Research. 45(1), (Spring 1989): 115-137.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. "Some Native Baskets of the Southwest." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 8-11. 

B. Books

Adair, John. Navaho and Pueblo Silversmiths. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1944.

Babcock, Barbara A., Guy Monthan and Doris Monthan. The Pueblo Storyteller: Development of a Figurative Ceramic Tradition. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1986. 

Batkin, Jonathan. Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700-1940. Colorado Springs: The Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1987.

Bedinger, Margery. Indian Silver: Navajo and Pueblo Jewelers. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1973.

Brody, J.J. Indian Painters & White Patrons. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1971.

Burton, Henrietta K. The Re-establishment of the Indians in their Pueblo Life through the Revival of the Traditional Crafts. Contributions to Education No. 673. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1936.

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Francis H. Harlow. The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo. School of American Research Monograph Series No. 28. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1970.

Congdon-Martin, Douglas. Storytellers and Other Figurative Pottery. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1990.

Dillingham, Rick with Melinda Elliott. Acoma & Laguna Pottery. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1992.

Dillworth, Leah. Imagining Indians in the Southwest: Persistent Visions of a Primitive Past. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996.

Eaton, Linda B. and J.J. Brody. Native American Art of the Southwest. Lincolnwood, Ill.: Publications International Ltd., 1993.

Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

Fox, Nancy. Pueblo Weaving and textile arts. Museum of New Mexico Press Guidebook No. 3 Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1978.

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow. Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians, 1600-1880. Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1974.

_________ and Millard J. Holbrook II. Indian Silver Jewelry of the Southwest: 1868-1930. Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1978. Reprinted by Schiffer Publishing Ltd. in 1990.

Graburn, Ed., Nelson H.H. Ethnic and Tourist Arts; Cultural Expressions from the Fourth World. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1976.

Harlow, Francis H. Matte-Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres and Zuni Pueblos. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1973.

______________. Modern Pueblo Pottery, 1880-1960. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1977.

Hayes, Allan and John Blom. Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1996.

Hedlund, Ann Lane. Beyond the Loom: Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving. Boulder: Johnson Books, 1990.

Howard, Kathleen L. and Diana F. Pardue. Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1996.

Hyde, Hazel. Maria Making Pottery. Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, 1973.

James, George Wharton. Indian Blankets and Their Makers. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1914. Reprinted by Rio Grande Press in 1972 and by Dover in 1974.

Kent, Kate Peck. Pueblo Indian Textiles: A Living Tradition with a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Studies in American Indian Art. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1983.

Lambert, Marjorie F. Pueblo Indian Pottery: Materials, Tools and Techniques. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1966.

Lummis, Charles Fletcher. The Land of Poco Tiempo. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1893. Published in 1893, 1902, 1913, and 1925. Reprinted in 1952 and 1975.

___________________. Mesa, Canon and Pueblo. New York: Century, 1925.

McLuhan, T.C. Dream Tracks: The Railroad and the American Indian, 1890-1930 with Photographs from the William E. Kopplin Collection. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1985.

Marriott, Alice. Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1948. Reprinted in 1965.

Mauldin, Barbara. Traditions in Transition: Contemporary Basket Weaving of the Southwestern Indians. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1984.

Mercurio, Gian and Maxymilian L. Peschel. The Guide to Trading Posts and Pueblos. Cortez, Colo.: Lonewolf Publishing, 1994.

Miller, Marjorie. Indian Arts and Crafts. New York: Galahad Books, 1972.

Nelson, Mary Carroll. Maria Martinez. Minneapolis: Dillon Press, 1972.

Peterson, Susan. The Living Tradition of Maria Martinez. Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1977.

____________. Lucy M. Lewis, American Indian Potter. Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1984.

Phillips, Ruth B. and Christopher Steiner, Eds. Unpacking Culture: Art and Commodity in Colonial and Post-colonial worlds. Berkley: University of California Press, 1998. (In Press) [Chapter by Jonathan Batkin titled, "Tourism is Overrated: Pueblo Pottery and The Early Curio Trade, 1889-1910."]

Spivey, Richard L. Maria. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1979.

Tanner, Clara Lee, Ed. Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1976.

_____________. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Toulouse, Betty. Pueblo Pottery of the New Mexico Indians: Ever Constant, Ever Changing. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1977.

Trimble, Stephen. Talking with the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1987.

Tryk, Sheila. Santa Fe Indian Market: Showcase of Native American Art. Santa Fe: Tierra Publications, 1993.

Underhill, Ruth M. Pueblo Crafts. Washington: U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1944.

Weigle, Marta and Barbara A. Babcock, Eds. The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1996.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter, Stewart Peckham, Rick Dillingham, Nancy Fox, and Kate Peck Kent. I Am Here: Two Thousand Years of Southwest Indian Arts and Culture. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1989.

__________________. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers with a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1988.

Wright, Barton A. Hallmarks of the Southwest. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1989.

_____________. Pueblo Shields from the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1976.

C. Theses

Dillworth, Leah. "Imagining the Primitive: Representations of Native Americans in the Southwest, 1880-1930." PhD dissertation. Yale University, November 1992.

Heath, Jim F. "A Study of the Influence of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad upon the Economy of New Mexico, 1878-1900." MA thesis. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1955.

D. Miscellaneous

Code of Federal Regulations. Title 25, Chapter 2, Parts 301, 304, 307-308. 1987. April 1, 1988.

CFR (2) (301)-Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Silver and Turquoise Products; Standards.

CFR (2) (304)-Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Silver, Use of Government Mark.

CFR (2) (307)-Navajo All-Wool Woven Fabrics; Use of Government Certificate of Genuineness.

CFR (2) (308)-Regulations for Use of Certificates to be Attached to Their Trademarks by Indian Enterprises Concerned with the Production and Sale of Genuine Handicrafts. pp. 765-780.

Collins, John E. A Tribute to Lucy M. Lewis, Acoma Potter. Fullerton, Calif.: Museum of North Orange County, 1975. [Exhibition Catalog]

Davis, Aaron W. "Louis Gold--1820-1879." Santa Fe: New Mexico State Records Center and Archives, 1955. [Unpublished Typescript]

Dawson, Lawrence E. "Birds, Deer and Flowers: Foreign Influence in Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery." 1980. [Manuscript and catalog notes from the exhibition at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.]

Dittert, Alfred E. and Fred Plog. Generations in Clay: Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest.Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1980. [Exhibition Catalog]

Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection: An Exhibit Organized by the Heard Museum. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1976. [Exhibition Catalog]

Hordes, Stanley M. "Ethnic Influence of the Pueblos of Acoma and Laguna: 1680-1880." 1986. [Manuscript, Indian Arts Research Center, School of American Research, Santa Fe.]

"Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso." 199 . [Video]

Peters, Kurt M, Assistant Professor, California State University, Sacramento. "Watering the Flower: The Laguna Pueblo and the Santa Fe Railroad, 1880-1943." n.d.  [Unpublished Manuscript]

Swentzell, Rina. "A Struggle for Control: The SWAIA ‘Santa Fe Indian Market' and Pueblo Arts and Crafts." 1976. [Unpublished Manuscript]

VII. APACHE

A. Articles (Magazine, Newspaper)

Clark, Laverne Harrell. "Early Horse Trappings of the Navajo and Apache Indians." Arizona and the West. 5(3), (Autumn 1963): 233-248. Illustrated by Ted DeGrazia.

Dittemore, Diane D. "Among the Western Apaches: The Guenther and Goodwin Collections of the Arizona State Museum." American Indian Art Magazine. 13(3), (Summer 1988): 48-53.

Ellis, Florence H. and Mary Walpole. "Possible Pueblo, Navajo, and Jicarilla Basketry Relationships." El Palacio. 66(6), (December 1959): 181-198.

Harvey III, Byron. "The Fred Harvey Collection 1899-1963." Plateau. 36(2), (Fall 1963): 33-53.

Higgins, Shirley Rose. "Shopping the Indian Trail." Desert. 30(5), (May 1967): 31-32.

Lamb, Tazewell H. "62 Years a Trader in Apache Land." Desert. 1(10), (August 1938): 3-4, 33. (Gustav Becker)

Sorensen, Cloyd. "The Enduring Intrigue of the Glass Trade Bead." Arizona Highways. 47(7), (July 1971): 10-37.

Tanner, Clara Lee. "Crafts of Arizona Indians." Arizona Highways. 36(7),(July 1960): 8-35.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. "Some Native Baskets of the Southwest." El Palacio. 93(1), (Summer/Fall 1987): 8-11. 

B. Books

Apache Beadwork: Instructions and Designs. 1903. Reprinted in 1973 by Shorey Publications and limited to 300 copies.

Dillworth, Leah. Imagining Indians in the Southwest: Persistent Visions of a Primitive Past. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996.

Eddington, Patrick and Susan Makov. Trading Post Guidebook. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing, 1995.

Ferg, Ed., Alan. Western Apache Material Culture: The Goodwin and Guenther Collections. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1987.

James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry and How to make Indian and Other Baskets. New York: Henry Malkan, 1902. Revised in 1903.

Mauldin, Barbara. Traditions in Transition: Contemporary Basket Weaving of the Southwestern Indians. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1984.

Tanner, Clara Lee. Apache Indian Baskets. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1982.

______________, Ed. Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1976.

_____________. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Weigle, Marta and Barbara A. Babcock, Eds. The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1996.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers with aCatalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1988. 

Wright, Barton A. Hallmarks of the Southwest. West Chester, Pa: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1989.

C. Theses

Dillworth, Leah. "Imagining the Primitive: Representations of Native Americans in the Southwest, 1880-1930." PhD dissertation. Yale University, November 1992.

D. Miscellaneous

Butler, Denwood. "The Plant Materials Used in the Basketry of the Southwestern American Indians." 1976. [Unpublished Paper]

VIII. HAVASUPAI

A. Articles (Magazine, Newspaper)

Cain, H. Thomas and Jerold Collings. "Indian Basketry in Arizona." Arizona Highways. 51(7), (July 1975): 2-5, 44-45.

Chapman, Kenneth M. and Bruce T. Ellis. "The Line-Break, Problem Child of Pueblo Pottery." El Palacio. 58(9), (September 1951): 251-291.

Herold, Joyce. "Havasupai Basketry: Theme and Variation."American Indian Art Magazine. 4(4), (August 1979): 42-53.

________. "One Hundred Years of Havasupai Basketry."Plateau. 53(4), (December 1982): 14-21.

Tanner, Clara Lee. "Crafts of Arizona Indians." Arizona Highways. 36(7),(July 1960): 8-35.

B. Books

Hirst, Stephen. Havsuw ‘Baaja: People of the Blue Green Water. Supai, Ariz.: The Author, 1985.

James, George Wharton. Indian Basketry and How to make Indian and Other Baskets. New York: Henry Malkan, 1902. Revised in 1903.

McKee, Barbara and  Edwin D. and Joyce Herold. Havasupai Baskets and their Makers: 1930-1940. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Press, 1975.

Mauldin, Barbara. Traditions in Transition: Contemporary Basket Weaving of the Southwestern Indians. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1984.

Tanner, Clara Lee, Ed. Arizona Highways Indian Arts and Crafts. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1976.

_____________. Southwest Indian Craft Arts. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1968. Reprinted in 1975.

Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers with a Catalogue of the School of American Research Collection. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1988.