Prehistoric Ceramics of the Puerco Valley
The 1995 Chambers-Sanders Trust Lands Ceramic Conference
Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No. 7
Edited by Kelley Hayes-Gilpin and Eric Van Hartesveldt
About: Over the centuries the people of the Puerco Valley in what is now northeastern Arizona made decorated serving bowls, water jars, elaborately textured cooking jars and highly polished thin-walled bowls, all from the natural clays of the Painted Desert. The volume summarizes much of what we have learned about the vibrant ceramic traditions of this fascinating region.
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