Exhibit by Brandi McConahay, Web Collections Intern, Spring 2017
Jewelry Exhibit by Caroline Bastian, Arts Management Intern, 2017-2018
Images updated by Celia Bugno, Collections Intern, Spring 2018
Interested in learning more about Native American material culture? Here are some of the resources used in the production of this exhibit:
Allen, Lee. “Heard Museum Spotlights Native American Bolo Ties.” Indian Country Media Network, 6 Dec. 2011. Web. https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/heard-museum-spotlights-native-american-bolo-ties/
Barrett, S. A. Pomo Indian Basketry. Glorieta, New Mexico: Rio Grande, 1970. Print.
Branson, Oscar T. Turquoise, the Gem of the Centuries. Treasure Chest Publications, 1976. Print.
Brody, Jerry J., and Bruce Bernstein. Voices in Clay Pueblo Pottery from the Edna M. Kelly Collection. Oxford, OH: Miami U Art Museum, 2001. Print.
Dean, Sharon E., Peggy S. Ratcheson, Judith W. Finger, Ellen F. Daus, and Craig D. Bates. Weaving a Legacy Indian Baskets & the People of Owens Valley, California. Salt Lake City (Utah): U of Utah, 2004. Print.
Douthitt, Joe. “Indian Fetishes.” The Wingspread Collector’s Guide to the Albuquerque Metro Area, Volume 3. July 2, 2003. Print.
Duffy, Eamon. “The Early Days of Bolo Ties.” Santa Fe. Web. https://santafe.com/article/the-early-days-of-bolo-ties.
Durango Silver Company. "Navajo Silversmith History" in Durango Silver Company. Web. https://www.durangosilver.com/navajosilversmithhist.htm.
Durango Silver Company. “Zuni Jewelry,” Durango Silver Company. Web. https://www.durangosilver.com/zuni-petit-point-jewelry.html
Giese, Paula. “Heshi, Shells-- Seacoast Trade.” Heishi Beads and Other Shells: Native American Beads. Web. www.kstrom.net/isk/art/beads/heishi.html.
Indians.org. "Find out how the craft of making Native American rings has evolved" in Native American Rings. Web. http://indians.org/articles/native-american-rings.html.
Joseph, Sarah. Native American Weavings from the Edna M. Kelly Collection. Oxford: Miami U Art Museum, 1995. Print.
Kroeber, A. L., and Robert F. Heizer. Basket Designs of the Mission Indians of California. Ramona, CA: Ballena, 1973. Print.
"The Native America Story of the Squash Blossom.” Story of The Squash Blossom Necklaces, Native American Art. Web. www.rivertradingpost.com/squashblossom.htm.
Rozaire, Charles E. Indian Basketry of Western North America from the Collection of the Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, California. Los Angeles: Brooke House, 1977. Print.
Sentance, Bryan, and Polly Sentance. Craft Traditions of the World Locally Made, Globally Inspiring. London: Thames & Hudson, 2009. Print.
Shanks, Ralphs C., and Lisa Woo Shanks. California Indian Baskets San Diego to Santa Barbara and beyond to the San Joaquin Valley, Mountains and Deserts. Novato, CA: Costano /U of Washington, 2010. Print.
Thompson, Nile, and Carolyn Marr. Crow's Shells: Artistic Basketry of Puget Sound. Seattle, WA: Dushuyay Publications, 1983. Print.
Thompson, Nile R., and Carolyn J. Marr. "The Evolution of Makah Basketry." From the Hands of a Weaver: Olympic Peninsula Basketry through Time. Ed. Jacilee Wray. Norman: U of Oklahoma, 2014. 111-41. Print.