Design in Living Things Bibliography [pdf download, 116 kb]

Anderson, Duane. 1999. All That Glitters. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press.

Armadillo Trading Company. Dusty Naranjo: Santa Clara/Taos Pueblos.

Barbeau, Marius. 1957. Haida Carvers In Argillite. National Museum of Canada, Ottawa Bulletin No. 139, Anthropological Series No. 38.
Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources.

Berlo, Janet Catherine. 1989. Printmaking: The Artists and Graphic Arts and the Co-operative Movement. Inuit Women and Graphic Arts:
Female Creativity and its Cultural Context.
The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 9.2: 295-304.

Berlo, Janet Catherine and Ruth B. Phillips. 1998. Native North American Art. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bernstein, Bruce. 2003. The Language of Native American Baskets. New York: National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution.

Bernstein, Bruce and J.J. Brody. 2001. Voices in Clay. Oxford, OH: Miami University Art Museum.

Blodgett, Jean. 1991. In Cape Dorset We Do It This Way. Kleinberg, Ont: McMichael Canadian Art Collection.

Bonar, Eulalie. 1996. Woven by the Grandmothers: Nineteenth-Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian.
New York City: Smithsonian Institution.

Bowechop, Janine and Patricia Pierce Erikson. 2005. Forging Indigenous Methodologies on Cape Flattery: The Makah Museum as a Center of Collaborative Research. American Indian Quarterly 29.1&2: 263-273.

Brasser, Theodore. 2009. Native American Clothing: An Illustrated History. Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books Ltd.

Campbell, Nancy. 2007. Annie Pootoogook. Calgary: Illingworth Kerr Gallery; Charlottetown: Confederate Center Art Gallery.

Clarke, Kelly and Diane Dittemore. O’odham Coiled Basketry. Arizona State Museum Website.

Cotter, Holland. 2010. Postcards form Canada’s ‘New North’. New York Times, February 24.

Da, Popovi. 1970. Indian Pottery and Indian Values. Exploration: 2-7.

Dalrymple, Larry. 2000. Indian Basketmakers of the Southwest: The Living Art And Fine Tradition. Santa Fe, NM: Museum of New Mexico Press.

Deloria, Philip J. 1998. Playing Indian. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Dillingham, Rick. 1994. Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press.

————. 1983. The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo. American Indian Art 2.4: 44-51.

Doig, Ivan. 1980. Winter Brothers: A Season at the Edge of America. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Elliot, Dolores. 2002. Flights of Fancy: Introduction to Iroquois Beadwork. Reprint, Johnson City, NY: Iroquois Studies Association, Inc.

————. E-mail messages to author Sierra Starr, March 2010.

Fisher, Kyra Vladykov. 1997. Baker Lake Printmaking Revival. Arctic 50.2: 192-6.

————. 2007. Janet Kigusiuq Uqayittuq. Inuit Art Quarterly 22.3 (Fall): 8-15.

Frost, Helen. 1912. Two Abnaki Legends. The Journal of American Folklore 25.96: 188-190.

Gallery 17 Peck. Glen Nipshank: Biography.

Goreman, Scott. 2010. Jesse Larocque: Traditional Basket-maker. Abenaki. U.S. Department of Agriculture Website. April 4.

Graburn, Nelson H.H. 2004. Authentic Inuit Art: Creation and Exclusion in the Canadian North. Journal of Material Culture 9.2: 141-159.

Hamell, George. 1982. Trading in Metaphors: The Magic of Beads: Another Perspective Upon Indian-European Contact in Northeastern North America.
GlassTrade Bead Conference from Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, NY: June 12.

Harrison, Lynn. 1990. Traditions: Beadwork of the Native American. Spokane, WA: Cheney Cowles Museum.

Hill Sr., Richard. 1996. The Pattern of Expression: Beadwork in the Life of the Iroquois. Gifts of the Spirit: Works by Nineteenth-Century & Contemporary Native American Artists. Campbell, CA: Peabody Essex Museum: 36-60.

Improved Order of Red Men: America’s Oldest Fraternal Organization Website. 2010.

The Institute of the American Indian (IAIA). Creativity is Our Tradition.

Jennings, John. 2004. Bark Canoes. Buffalo, NY: Firefly.

Johnson, Terrol Dew. 2010. Letter to author Jacinthe Sasson-Yenor.

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

Koros, Silvia. Northwest Coast Basketry. The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture Website.

LeFree, Betty. 1975. Santa Clara Pottery Today. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press.

Lewis, Katie. 2005. Janet Kigusiuq (1926-2005). Inuit Art Quarterly 20.3 (Fall): 40-41.

Lintz, David. E-mail message to author Sierra Starr. April 2010.

M’Closkey, Kathy. 2008. Swept Under the Rug: A Hidden History of Navajo Weaving (University of Arizona Southwest Center Series).
Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press.

Macnair, Peter L. and Alan L. Hoover. 2002. The Magic Leaves: A History of Haida Argillite Carving. Victoria, British Columbia: Royal British Columbia Museum.

Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance. 2010. Maine Indian Baketmakers Alliance and the Hudson Museum Present. April.

Mason, Otis Tufton. 1970. Aboriginal Indian Basketry. New Mexico: The Rio Grande Press Inc.

Matos, Ramiro, et al. 2005. Born of Clay: Ceramics from the National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, NY:
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution.

McFadden, David Revere and Ellen Napiura eds. 2002. Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation. New York: American Craft Museum.

McLerran, Jennifer. 2006. Weaving is Life: Navajo Weavings from the Edwin L. & Ruth E. Kennedy Southwest Native American Collection.
Seattle, WA: Kennedy Museum Of Art, Athens, Ohio.

Meili, Dianne. 2006. Glen Nipshank- Potter at Top of His Game. Windspeaker (July).

Mercer, Bill. 1995. Singing the Clay: Pueblo Pottery of the Southwest Yesterday and Today. Cincinnati, OH: Cincinnati Art Museum.

Navajo Weaving at Arizona State Museum. 2009. Arizona State Museum Website. The University of Arizona.

Nipshank, Glen. E-mail message to author Sarah Bane, April 26, 2010.

Norton, Derek and Nigel Reading. 2005. Cape Dorset Sculpture. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Penney, David. 1991. Floral Decoration and Culture: An Historical Interpretation of Motivation. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 15.1: 53-77.

Penobscot Nation Museum Website. 2010. Penawahpskewi Indian Nation. April.

Peterson, Susan. 1997. Pottery by American Indian Women: The Legacy of Generations. New York: Abbeville Publishing Group.

Plant Biology. 2005. How to Grow Yucca Plants: Yucca Plant Care.

PLANTS Profile for Proboscidea parviflora (Doubleclaw). USDA NRCS National Plant Data and UC Davis Arboretum. USDA Plants Website.

Proceedings of the 1979 Iroquois Pottery Conference. 1980. Iroquois Pottery Conference (1979: Rochester Museum and Science Center).
Rochester, N.Y, Rochester Museum and Science Center, Research Division.

Reichard, Gladys. 1981. Spider Woman: A Story of Navajo Weavers and Chanters. Albuquerque, NM: Univerity of New Mexico Press.

Schaaf, Gregory. 1969. Art From Earth: Four Master Potters. Native People’s Magazine, December 31.

Schneider, Joan S. 1996. The Desert Tortoise and Early Peoples of the Western Deserts. Desert Tortoise Preserve Committee. March.

Sheehan, Carol. 2008. Breathing Stone: Contemporary Haida Sculpture. Calgary, Alberta: Frontenac House.

Sisters of the Great Lakes: Art of American Indian Women. 1995. Michigan State University Virtual exhibition. Michigan: Michigan State University.

Speck, Frank. 1976. Penobscot Man. New York: Octagon.

———. 1935. Penobscot Tales and Religious Beliefs. The Journal of American Folklore 48.187:1-107.

Spivey, Richard. 2003. The Legacy of Maria Martinez. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press.

Sturtevant, William C. ed. 1978. Handbook of North American Indians. vol. 15. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

Sun and Moon Visionaries Galleries and Studio. 2009. Tawow-Welcome: Traditional Alberta at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

Tanner, Clara Lee. 1983. Indian Baskets of the Southwest. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

Tarbell, Mike. Mohawk Turtle Clan. Email correspondence with author Mariclare Dasigenis, 2010.

Tarbell-Boehning, Tammy. 1996. Iroquois Art: an exhibition of her work, October 6 through December 31, 1996. Howes Cave, NY: Iroquois Indian Museum.

TOCA (Tohono O’odham Community Action) Website. 2009.

Tohono O’odham: Location and Tohono O’odham: History & Culture. 2009. Tohono O’odham Nation Website.

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

University of Albany Anthropology Department. 2010. Homepage. University of Albany Website.

Vincent, Gilbert and Sherry Brydo, eds. 2000. Art of the North American Indians: The Thaw Collection. Fenimore Art Museum. New York State Historical Association, Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press.

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

Winters, Marc. Phone interview by author Adeleene Rockwell. April 4, 2010.

Wright, Robin K. 1982. Haida Argillite: Carved for Sale. American Indian Art 8.1: 48-55.

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