Indian pottery

by Toni Roller

Publisher: Sunstone Press in Santa Fe

Written in English
Cover of: Indian pottery | Toni Roller
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Places:

  • New Mexico,
  • Santa Clara Pueblo.

Subjects:

  • Roller, Toni, 1935-,
  • Pottery craft -- New Mexico -- Santa Clara Pueblo.,
  • Tewa pottery -- New Mexico -- Santa Clara Pueblo.,
  • Indian pottery -- New Mexico -- Santa Clara Pueblo.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 61-64).

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