References

AA References for Discussions on Classification

Brew, John O.
1946 Archaeology of Alkali Ridge, Southeastern Utah. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology Vol 21, Harvard University, Cambridge.

Colton, Harold H.
1953 Potsherds: An Introduction to the Study of Prehistoric Southwestern Ceramics and Their Use in Historic Reconstruction. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin No. 25, Flagstaff.

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1937 Handbook of Northern Arizona Pottery Wares. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 11, Flagstaff.

Cordell, Linda S. and Judith A. Habicht-Mauche 2012
2012 Practice Theory and Social Dynamics among Prehispanic and Colonial Communities in the American Southwest. In Potters and Communities of Practice; Glaze Paint and Polychrome Pottery in the American Southwest. A.D. 1250-1700, edited by L. S. Cordell and J. A. Mauche, pp. 1-7, Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona Number 75, The University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
1980 Generations in Clay; Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest. Northland Press, Flagstaff.

Douglass, A.E.
1929. The Secret of the Southwest Solved by Talkative Tree Rings. National Geographic Magazine 56(6): 736-770.

Gladwin, Harold, S.
1934 A Method for the Designation of Cultures and Their Variants. Medallion Papers No. 15, Globe.

Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S. Gladwin
1930 Some Southwestern Pottery Types: Series II. Medallion Papers No. 7, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Hargrave, L Lyndon
1932 Guide to Forty Pottery Types from the Hopi Country and the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin, No. 1, Flagstaff.

Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
1998 Prehistoric Ceramics of the Puerco Valley: The 1995 Chambers-Sanders Trust Lands Ceramic Conference. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No.7. The Museum of Nothern Arizona, Flagstaff.

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Hawley, Florence M.
1936 Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types. The University of New Mexico Bulletin No. 291, Anthropological Series 1(4), Albuquerque.

Hewett, Edgar L.
1908 Ancient Communities in the American Desert. Translated and Reprinted in 1993, The Archaeological Society of New Mexico Monograph Series 1, University of Arizona, Tucson.

Joyce, Rosemary A.
2012 Thinking about Pottery Production as Community Practice. In Potters and Communities of Practice; Glaze Paint and Polychrome Pottery in the American Southwest. A.D. 1250-1700, edited by L. S. Cordell and J. A. Mauche, pp. 34-44, Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona Number 75, The University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Kidder, Alfred V.

1915 Pottery of the Pajarito Plateau and of Some Adjacent Regions in New Mexico. American Anthropological Association, Memoirs 2: 407–462, Lancaster.
1924 An Introduction to the Study of Southwestern Archaeology. Papers of the Phillips Academy Southwestern Expedition, No.1, Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut.

Kroeber, Alfred L.
1916 Zuni potsherds. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. XVIII, part I, pp. 1-37. New York.

McGimsey, Charles R. III
1980 Mariana Mesa: Seven Prehistoric Settlements in West-Central New Mexico. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Press, Cambridge.

Mera, H. P.

1932 Wares Ancestral to Tewa Polychrome. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 4. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Martin, Paul S. and E. S. Willis
1940 Anasazi Painted Pottery in the Field Museum of Natural History. Field Museum of Natural History, Anthropological Memoir, Vol. 5, Chicago.

Neff, Hector

1993 Theory, Sampling, and Analytical Techniques in the Archaeological Study of
Prehistoric Ceramics. American Antiquity 58:23-44.

1992 Ceramics and Evolution. In Archaeological Method and Theory, Vol. 4, edited by M. B. Schiffer, pp. 141–193. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 1993 Theory, Sampling, and Analytical Techniques in the Archaeological Study of Prehistoric Ceramics. American Antiquity 58:23–44.

2005 Introduction In Ceramics in Archaeology Reading from American Antiquity, 1936-2002, compiled by H. Neff, pp 1-4. The Society of American Archaeology, Washington D.C.


Oppelt, Norman T.

1988 An Annotated Bibliography and List of Types and Wares. The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Metuchen, and London.

2002 List of Southwestern Pottery Types and Wares with Dates References to Descriptions and Illustrations, Oppelt Publications, Greeley, Colorado.

2007 Prehistoric Southwest Pottery Types and Wares. Oppelt Publications, Greeley, Colorado.

Nelson, Nels C.
1914 Pueblo Ruins of the Galisteo Basin, New Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History. Vol. XV, pt. I. New York.

Peckham, Stewart
1990 From This Earth: The Ancient Art of Pueblo Pottery. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Plog, Stephen
1995 Paradigms and Pottery: The Analysis of Production and Exchange in the American Southwest. In The Organization of Ceramic Production in the American Southwest, edited by B. J. Mills and P. L. Crown, pp. 63–87. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Schaafsma, Curtis F.
1996 Ethnic Identity and Protohistoric Archaeological Sites in Northwestern New Mexico: Implications for Reconstructions of Navajo and Ute History. In The Archaeology of Navajo Origins, edited by R.H. Towner, pp. 19-46. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Wilson, Sarah S.
2004 Ute and Navajo Ceramic Technology: Distinguishing Protohistoric and Ethnic Tradition. Master’s Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Abajo Red-on-orange

Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
1974 Prehistoric Ceramics of the Mesa Verde Region, 2nd ed. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 5, Flagstaff.

Brew, John O.
1946 Archaeology of Alkali Ridge, Southeastern Utah. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology Vol 21, Harvard University, Cambridge.

Hegmon, Michelle
1995 The Social Dynamics of Pottery Style in the Early Puebloan Southwest. Occasional Papers No. 5, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez.

Hegmon, Michelle M., Winston Hurst, and James R. Allison
1994 The Local Economy and Regional Exchange: Early Red Ware Production and Distribution in the Northern Southwest. In The Organization of Ceramic Production in the American Soutwest, edited by B. J. Miills and P. L. Crown, pp. 30-62. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Lucius, William A., and David Breternitz
1981 The Current Status of Red Wares in the Mesa Verde Region. In Collected Papers in Honor of Erick Kellerman Reed, edited by A. H. Schroeder, pp. 99-111. Archaeological Society of New Mexico No. 6, Albuquerque.

Oppelt, Norman T.
1992 Earth Water Fire: The Prehistoric Pottery of Mesa Verde. Johnson Books, Boulder.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1995 Ceramic Types of the Mesa Verde Region. In Archaeological Pottery of Colorado: Ceramic Clues to the Prehistoric and Protohistoric Lives of the State's Native Peoples, edited by R.H. Brunswig, B. Bradley, and S.M. Chandler, pp. 33-88. Colorado Council of Archaeologists Occasional Papers 2, Denver.

Abiquiu (Biscuit A) Black-on-white

Curewitz, Diane C.
2008 Changes in Northern Rio Grande Production and Exchange, Late Coalition Through Classic (A.. 1250-1600), Ph.D. Dissertation, Deparment of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman.

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.
1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico; Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande. Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series, Volume 8. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.

Kidder, Alfred V.
1915 Pottery of the Pajarito Plateau and Some Adjacent Regions in New Mexico. Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association, Vol. 2, Part 6, New Haven.

Kidder, Alfred V., and Charles A. Amsden
1931 The Pottery of Pecos, Volume I, The Dull-Paint Wares. Papers of the Southwestern Expedition, No. 5, Yale University Press, New Haven.

Mera, H. P.
1934 A Survey of the Biscuit Ware Area in Northern New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No.8, Santa Fe.

Vint, James M.
1999 Ceramic Artifacts. In The Bandelier Archaeological Survey, Vol. I, edited by R. P. Powers and J. D. Orcutt, pp. 389-467. Intermountain Cultural Resource Management Professional Papers No. 57. Santa Fe.

Wilson, C. Dean

2008 Ceramic Analysis for the Land Conveyance and Transfer Project, Los Alamos National Laboratory. In The Land Conveyance and Transfer Data Recovery Project: 7,000 Years of Land Use on the Pajarito Plateau, Vol. 3: Artifact and Sample Analysis, edited by B. J. Vierra and K. M. Schmidt, pp. 125–256. Cultural Resource Report No. 273. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico.

2011 Analysis of Pottery Recovered from Prehistoric Contexts. In Ogapogeh, the White Shell Water Place: The Prehistoric Component at El Pueblo de Santa Fe (LA 1051), by S. L. Lentz, pp. 187–224. Archaeology Notes, 438. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Acoma Polychrome

Bunzel, Ruth
1929 The Pueblo Pottery. Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology. No, 3, New York.

Chapman, Kenneth
1938 The Pueblo Indian Pottery of the Post Spanish Period. General Series Bulletin No. 4, Laboratory of Anthropology of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester Pennsylvania.

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

Lammon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow
2013 The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Acomita Polychrome

Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
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Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester Pennsylvania.

Harlow, Francis H.

1967 Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Lammon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow
2013 The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Agua Fria Glaze-on-red

Franklin, Hayward
1997 Valencia Pueblo Ceramics. In Excavations at Valencia Pueblo (LA 953) and a Nearby Hispanic Settlement (LA 67321), Valencia County, New Mexico. edited by K.L. Brown and B.J. Vierra, pp. 125-257. Office of Contract Archaeology Report No. 185-400F, Albuquerque.

Kidder, Alfred V., and Anna O. Shepard
1936 The Pottery of Pecos, Volume II; Glaze Paint, Culinary, and Other Wares. Papers of the Phillips Academy No.7, New Haven.

Mera, H. P.
1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

1940 Population Changes in the Rio Grande Glaze-Paint Area. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 11, Santa Fe.

Morales, Thomas M.
1997 Glazeware Pottery Production and Distribution in the Upper-Middle Rio Grande Valley. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Mexico.

Schleher, Kari L.
2010 Ceramic Production at San Marcos Pueblo New Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico.

Shepard, Anna O.
1942 Rio Grande Glaze Paint Ware: A Study Illustrating the Place of Ceramic Technological Analysis in Archaeological Research. Contributions to American Anthropology and History No. 39. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication No. 528. Washington D.C.

Warren, A., Helene
1979 The Glaze Wares of the Upper Middle Rio Grande. In Archaeological Investigations in Cochiti Reservoir, New Mexico, Vol. 4: Adaptive Changes in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, edited by J. V. Biella and R. C. Chapman, pp. 187–216. Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Warren, A., Helene and David H. Snow
1976 Section C: Formal Descriptions of Rio Grande Glazes from LA 70. In Archaeological Excavations at Pueblo del Encierro, LA 70, Cochiti Dam Salvage Project, Cochiti New Mexico, Final Report: 1964-1965 Field Seasons, edited by D. H. Snow, pp. C1-C34. Laboratory of Anthropology Notes No. 78, Santa Fe.

Ako Polychrome

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester Pennsylvania.

Harlow, Francis H.

1967 Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Lammon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow
2013 The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Alma Incised-Punched

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Nesbitt, Paul H.
1939 Starkweather Ruin: a Mogollon-Pueblo Site in the Upper Gila Area of New Mexico, and Affiliative Aspects of the Mogollon Culture. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology Bulletin 6. Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp. 5-86. Archaeology Notes 232, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Alma Neckbanded

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Kayser, David and Charles Carroll
1988 Report of the Final Field Season - San Augustine Coal Area. Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico, Bureau Management Cultural Resource Series Monograph 5, Santa Fe.

Nesbitt, Paul H.
1939 Starkweather Ruin: a Mogollon-Pueblo Site in the Upper Gila Area of New Mexico, and Affiliative Aspects of the Mogollon Culture. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology Bulletin 6. Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp. 5-86. Archaeology Notes 232, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Alma Plain

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Kayser, David and Charles Carroll
1988 Report of the Final Field Season - San Augustine Coal Area. Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico, Bureau Management Cultural Resource Series Monograph 5, Santa Fe.

Nesbitt, Paul H.
1939 Starkweather Ruin: a Mogollon-Pueblo Site in the Upper Gila Area of New Mexico, and Affiliative Aspects of the Mogollon Culture. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology Bulletin 6. Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp. 5-86. Archaeology Notes 232, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Alma Rough

Martin, Paul S.
1943 The SU Site, Excavations at a Mogollon Village, Western New Mexico, Second Season, 1941. Fieldiana: Anthropology 32(2). Chicago.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp. 5-86. Archaeology Notes 232, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Alma Scored

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp. 5-86. Archaeology Notes 232, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Apache Plain

Ferg, Allen
1987 Western Apache Material Culture: The Goodwin and Guenther Collections. Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

1992 Western Apache and Yavapai Pottery and Features from the Rye Creek Project. In The Rye Creek Project: Archaeology in the Upper Tonto Basin, Volume 3: Synthesis and Conclusions, edited by M. D. Elson and D. B. Craig, pp. 3-27. Anthropological Papers, No. 11. Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

2004 An Introduction to Chiricahua and Mescalero Apache Pottery, Arizona Archaeologists 35, Arizona Archaeological Society, Phoenix.

Gifford, James C.
1980 Archaeological Explorations in Caves of the Point of Pines Region, Arizona. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 36. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Wood, J. Scott
1987 Checklist of Pottery Types for the Tonto National Forest: An Introduction to the Archaeological Ceramics of Central Arizona. The Arizona Archaeologist No. 21. The Arizona Archaeological Society, Phoenix.

Arboles Black-on-white

Dittert, Alfred E. Jr.
1961 An Archaeological Survey of the Navajo Reservoir District. Museum of New Mexico Papers in Anthropology 10. Santa Fe.

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
2007 A Field Guide to Upper San Juan Anasazi and Navajo Pottery. Prepared for the NMAC Ceramic Workshop, Farmington District Office,Document on file, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Arboles Gray

Dittert, Alfred E., Beth L. Dickey and Frank W. Eddy
1963 Excavations at Sambrito Village, Navajo Reservoir District. Museum of New Mexico Papers in Anthropology, New Mexico of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Arboles Neckbanded/ Clapboarded/Coiled

Dittert, Alfred E., Beth L. Dickey and Frank W. Eddy
1963 Excavations at Sambrito Village, Navajo Reservoir District. Museum of New Mexico Papers in Anthropology, New Mexico of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
2007 A Field Guide to Upper San Juan Anasazi and Navajo Pottery. Prepared for the NMAC Ceramic Workshop, Farmington District Office,Document on file, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Arenal Glaze Polychrome

Mera, H. P.
1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5, Santa Fe.

Warren A. Helene
1976 The Ceramics and Mineral Resources of LA 70 and the Cochiti Area. In Archaeological Excavations at Puublo del Encierra, LA 70, Cochiti Dam Salvage Project, Final Report, 1964-1965. Laboratory of Anthropology Notes 78, Santa Fe,

Ashiwi Polychrome

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

Harlow, Francis H. and Dwight P. Lammon
2003 The Pottery of Zia Pueblo. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
1939 Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. Laboratory of Anthropology Memoris 3, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Awatovi Black-on-yellow

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1937 Handbook of Northern Arizona Pottery Wares. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 11, Flagstaff.

Hays, Kelley A.
1991 Ceramics. In Homol’ovi II: Archaeology of an Ancestral Hopi Village, Arizona. E.C. Adams & K. Hays (Eds.), pp. 23-49. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 55m University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Smith, Watson
1971 Painted Ceramics of the Western Mound at Awatovi. Reports of the Awatovi Expedition, Report No. 8. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Vol. 38. Peabody Museum, Cambridge.

Babicora Polychrome

Brand, Donald D.
1935 The Distribution of Pottery Types in Northwest Mexico. American Anthropologist 37(2):287-305.

DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, y Gloria C. Fenner
1974 Casas Grandes: A Fallen Trading Center of the Gran Chichimeca,Vol. 6: Ceramics and Shell. Amerind Foundation Publications 9(4–8). Northland Press, Flagstaff.

Sayles, E.B.
1936 Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Paper 22. Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Bancos Black-on-white

Dittert, Alfred E. Jr.
1961 An Archaeological Survey of the Navajo Reservoir District. Museum of New Mexico Papers in Anthropology 10, Santa Fe.

Hall, Edward T. Jr.
1944 Early Stockaded Settlements in the Gobernador, New Mexico. Columbia Studies in Archaeology and Ethnology Vol. II, Part I, Columbia University Press, New York.

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
2007 A Field Guide to Upper San Juan Anasazi and Navajo Pottery. Prepared for the NMAC Ceramic Workshop, Farmington District Office,Document on file, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Bandelier (Biscuit B) Black-on-white

Breternitz, David A.
1966 An Appraisal of Tree- Ring Dated Pottery in the Southwest. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 10. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Gauthier, Rory
1987 Ceramics. In Howiri: Excavation at a Northern Rio Grande Biscuit Ware Site, by D. Fallon and K. Wening, pp. 35–90. Laboratory of Anthropology Notes, 261b. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Kidder, Alfred V.
1915 Pottery of the Pajarito Plateau and Some Adjacent Regions in New Mexico. Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association, vol. 2, part 6, New Haven.

Kidder, Alfred V., and Charles A. Amsden
1931 The Pottery of Pecos, Volume I, The Dull-Paint Wares. Papers of the Southwestern Expedition, no. 5, Yale University Press, New Haven.

Mera, H. P.
1934 A Survey of the Biscuit Ware Area in Northern New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Wendorf, Fred
1954 A Reconstruction of Northern Rio Grande Prehistory. American Anthropologist 56(2):200–227.

Wilson, C. Dean
2008 Ceramic Analysis for the Land Conveyance and Transfer Project, Los Alamos National Laboratory. In The Land Conveyance and Transfer Data Recovery Project: 7,000 Years of Land Use on the Pajarito Plateau, Vol. 3: Artifact and Sample Analysis, edited by Bradley J. Vierra and Kari M. Schmidt, pp. 125–256. Cultural Resource Report No. 273. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos.

Bennett Gray

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Windes, Thomas C.
1977 Typology and Technology of Anasazi Ceramics. In Settlement and Subsistence Along the Lower Chaco River, edited by C. A. Reher. pp. 270-369, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Bidahochi Black-on-white

Colton, Harold S.
1956 Pottery Types of the Soutwest, Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 1, Flagstaff.

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1937 Handbook of Northern Arizona Pottery Wares. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 11, Flagstaff.

Hargrave, L Lyndon
1932 Guide to Forty Pottery Types from the Hopi Country and the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin, No. 1, Flagstaff.

Hays, Kelley A.
1991 Ceramics. In Homol’ovi II: Archaeology of an Ancestral Hopi Village, Arizona. E.C. Adams & K. Hays (Eds.), pp. 23-49. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 55. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Smith, Watson
1971 Painted Ceramics of the Western Mound at Awatovi. Reports of the Awatovi Expedition, Report No. 8. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Vol. 38. Peabody Museum, Cambridge.

Bidahochi Polychrome

Colton, Harold S.
1956 Pottery Types of the Soutwest, Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 1, Flagstaff.

Hays, Kelley A.
1991 Ceramics. In Homol’ovi II: Archaeology of an Ancestral Hopi Village, Arizona. E.C. Adams & K. Hays (Eds.), pp. 23-49. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 55. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Hargrave, L Lyndon
1932 Guide to Forty Pottery Types from the Hopi Country and the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin, No. 1, Flagstaff.

Smith, Watson
1971 Painted Ceramics of the Western Mound at Awatovi. Reports of the Awatovi Expedition, Report No. 8. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Vol. 38. Peabody Museum, Cambridge

Biscuit Ware Types General Description

Graves, William M., and Suzanne L. Eckert
1998 Decorated Ceramic Distributions and Ideological Developments in the Northern and Central Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. In Migration and Reorganization: The Pueblo IV Period in the American Southwest, edited by Katherine A. Spielmann, pp. 263–283. Anthropological Research Papers, 51. Arizona State University, Tempe.

Kidder, Alfred V.
1915 Pottery of the Pajarito Plateau and Some Adjacent Regions in New Mexico. Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association Vol. 2, Pt. 6. Menasha, Wisconsin.

Mera, H. P.
1934 A Survey of the Biscuit Ware Area in Northern New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe, New Mexico.


Black Mesa Black-on-white

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1937 Handbook of Northern Arizona Pottery Wares. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 11, Flagstaff.

Hays-Gilpin, Kelley, and Eric van Hartesveldt
1998 Prehistoric Ceramics of the Puerco Valley: The 1995 Chambers-Sanders Trust Lands Ceramic Conference. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No. 7, Flagstaff.

Blue Shale Corrugated

Reed, Lori S., Joell Goff, Kathy Niles Hensler
1998 Exploring Ceramic Production, Distribution, and Exchange in the Southern Chuska Valley: Analytical Results from the El Paso Natural Gas North Expansion Project, Pipeline Archaeology 1990-1993: The El Paso Natural Gas System Expansion Project, New Mexico and Arizona, Vol XI, Book 1, Report no, WCRM (F)74, Farmington.

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Windes, Thomas C.
1977 Typology and Technology of Anasazi Ceramics. In Settlement and Subsistence Along the Lower Chaco River, edited by C. A. Reher. pp 270-369, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Bluff Black-on-red

Blinman, Eric
1988 The Interpretation of Ceramic Variability: A Case Study from the Dolores Anasazi. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman.

Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
1974 Prehistoric Ceramics of the Mesa Verde Region. 2nd ed. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 5, Flagstaff.

Hargrave, L. Lyndon
1936 Notes on a Red Ware from Bluff, Utah. Southwestern Lore, 2(2):29-34.

Lucius, William A., and David Breternitz
1981 The Current Status of Red Wares in the Mesa Verde Region. In Collected Papers in Honor of Erick Kellerman Reed, edited by A. H. Schroeder, pp. 99-111. Archaeological Society of New Mexico 6, Albuquerque.

Martin, Paul S.
1936 Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado. Field Museum of Natural History Anthropological Series 23 (1). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.

Oppelt, Norman T.
1992 Earth Water Fire: The Prehistoric Pottery of Mesa Verde. Johnson Books, Boulder.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Mary P. Errickson
1985 Formal Description of Bluff Black on red, McPhee Variety. Pottery Southwest 12(1):2-4.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1995 Ceramic Types of the Mesa Verde Region. In Archaeological Pottery of Colorado: Ceramic Clues to the Prehistoric and Protohistoric Lives of the State's Native Peoples, edited by R.H. Brunswig, B. Bradley, and S.M. Chandler, pp. 33-88. Colorado Council of Archaeologists Occasional Papers 2, Denver.

Borger Cordmarked

Perttula, Timothy K., and Christopher Lintz
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Suhm, Dee Ann and Edward B Jelks
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Brimhall Black-on-white

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Cameron Polychrome

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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Captain Tom Corrugated

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Carnue Gray Utility

Brody, J. J., and Anne Colberg
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Dick, Herbert W.
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Ellis, Florence H., and J.J. Brody
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Franklin, Hayward
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Casas Grandes (Convento) Plain and Textured

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Casitas Red-on-brown

Carrillo, Charles M.
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Dick, Herbert
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Harlow, Francis H.
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1990 Tewa or Hispanic Manufacture? Pottery from 1th and 19th Century Spanish Sites Near Abiquiu. In Clues to the Past: Papers in Honor of William M. Sundt, edited by M.S. Durah and D.T. Kirkpatrick. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No. 16, Albuquerque.

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Hurt, Wesley R., and Herbert Dick
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Cebolleta Black-on-white

Dittert, Alfred E
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Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
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Powers Robert P.,and Janet D. Orcutt
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Cedar Creek Polychrome

Carlson, Roy L.
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Triadan, Daniela
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Chaco Black-on-white

Hawley, Florence M.
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1936 Field Manual of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery Types. The University of new Mexico Bulletin No. 291, Anthropological Series 1(4), Albuquerque.

Kidder, Alfred V.
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Toll H., Wolcott, and Peter J. McKenna
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Chaco P II III Corrugated

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Chaco P III Corrugated

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Chaco-McElmo Black-on-white

Franklin, Hayward. H.
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Roberts, Frank H. H.
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Toll, H. Wolcott, and Peter J. McKenna
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Windes, Thomas C.

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1984 View of the Cibola Whiteware from Chaco Canyon. In Regional Analysis of Prehistoric Ceramic Variation: Contemporary Studies of the Cibola Whitewares, edited by Alan P. Sullivan and Jeffrey L. Hantman, pp. 94-119. Arizona State University Anthropological Papers No 31, Tucson.

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Chapin Black-on-white (Early Style)

Abel, Leland J.
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Bond, Mark C.
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O'Bryan, Deric
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Oppelt, Norman T.
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Reed, Lori S., C. Dean Wilson, and Kelley A. Hays-Gilpin
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Rohn, Arthur H.
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Chapin Black-on-white (Rosa Style)

Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Hall, Edward T. Jr.
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Reed, Erik K.
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Rohn, Arthur H.
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Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman

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Chapin Gray

Abel, Leland J.
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Lancaster, James A.; Pinkley, J. M; Van Cleave, P. F.: and Watson Don.
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Morris, Earl H.
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Chupadero Black-on-white

Creel, Darrel G., Tiffany C. Cark, and Hector Neff
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Hayes, Alden C., Jon N. Young, and A.H. Warren
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Mera, H.P.
1931 Chupadero Black-on-white. Laboratory of Anthropology, Technical Series, Bulletin 1, Santa Fe.

Vivian, Gordon
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Chuska Black-on-white

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Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Cieneguilla Glaze-on-yellow-polychrome

Hayes, Alden C., Jon N. Young, and A.H. Warren
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Mera H. P.
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Morales, Thomas M.
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Schleher, Kari L.
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Warren, A. Helene
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Cimarron Micaceous

Eiselt, Bernice Sunday

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Citadel Polychrome

Colton, Harold S.
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Clff Patterned Corrugated

Nelson, Ben A., and Steven LeBlanc
1986 Short-Term Sedentism in the American Southwest: The Mimbres Valley Salado. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Wilson, C. Dean
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Cliff (Gila) Polychrome

Harlow, Francis H.
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Lyons, Patrick D.
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Cochiti Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
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Chapman, Kenneth
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Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
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Harlow, Francis H.
1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Coolidge (Chaco Straight Rim) Corrugated

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Corona Corrugated

Hayes, Alden C., Jon N. Young, and A.H. Warren
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Kelley, Jane Holden
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Vivian, Gordon
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Corona Plain

Hayes, Alden C., Jon N. Young, and A.H. Warren
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Vivian, Gordon
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Corralitos Polychrome

Brand, D.D.
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DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, y Gloria C. Fenner
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1936 Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Paper 22. Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Cortez Black-on-white

Abel, Leland J.
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Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Oppelt, Norman T.
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Crozier Black-on-white

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Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Crumbled House Black-on-white

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Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Deadmans Black-on-red

Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Hayes, Alden C., and James A. Lancaster
1975 Badger House Community. Publications in Archeology 7E, Wetherill Mesa Studies. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.

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Reed, Erik K.
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Rohn, Arthur H.
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Dinetah (Gobernador) Textured Gray

Brugge, David M.
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Hill, David V.
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Langenfeld, Kristin
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Reed, Lori S.
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Reed, Lori S. and Kathy Hensler
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Dinetah Gray

Baugh, Timothy G. and Frank W. Eddy
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1963 Navajo Pottery and Ethnohistory. Navajo Nation Papers in Anthropology 4. Navajo Nation Cultural Resource Management Program, Window Rock, Arizona.

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Carlson, R.L.
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Hunter Corrugated

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Indented Corrugated (Northern Rio Grande)

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Isleta Red-on-tan

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Franklin, Hayward
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Jeddito Black-on-yellow

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Fewkes, Jesse W.
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Jeddito Corrugated

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Jeddito Plain

Colton, Harold S.
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Hargrave, Lyndon L.
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Jeddito Tooled

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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Hargrave, Lyndon L.
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Jemez Black-on-white

Kidder, Alfred V., and Charles A. Amsden
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Makey, James
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Mera, H. P.
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Reiter, Paul
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Jemez Gray Polished Interior

Kulishek, J.
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Jemez Smeared Corrugated

Kulishek, J.
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Jornada Brown

Jelinek, Arthur J.
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Kelley, Jane Holden
1984 The Archaeology of the Sierra Blanca Region of Southeastern New Mexico. Anthropological Papers No. 74. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Mera, Harry .P.
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Mera, H. P., and W. S. Stallings
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2003 Chapter 13, Ceramics. In. In Salt Creek; Data Recovery at Seven Prehistoric Sites along US 285 Chaves and De Baca Counties, New Mexico, by N. J. Akins, pp. 157-172. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 298, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

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Jornada Plain Slipped Red

Anyon, Roger, Patricia Gilman, and Steven A. LeBlanc
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Wilson, C. Dean

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Kana'a Black-on-white

Beals, Ralph, George Brainerd, and Watson Smith
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Colton Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Hargrave, L Lyndon
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Kana'a Gray Neckbanded

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Colton, Harold S.
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Hargrave, Lyndon L.
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Kayenta Polychrome

Colton, Harold S.
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Hargrave, Lyndon L.
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Kechipawan Polychrome

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
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Lammon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow
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2013 The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Reed, Eric K.
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Woodbury, Richard, and Nathalie F.S. Woodbury
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Kiapkwa Polychrome

Harlow, Francis H.

1967 Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Harlow, Francis H. and Dwight P. Lammon
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Kiatuthlanna Black-on-white

Gladwin, Harold S.
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Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S. Gladwin.
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Sullivan, Alan P.
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Windes, Thomas C., and Peter J. McKenna
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Kiet Siel Gray

Colton, Harold S.
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Hargrave, Lyndon L.
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Kiet Siel Polychrome

Colton, Harold S.
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Kintiel Polychrome

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Reed, Erik K.
1944 Pottery Types of the Manuelito District. American Antiquity 10(2):167-172.



Kiua Polychrome

Brody J. J.
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Franklin, Hayward H.
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1967 Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Klagetoh Black-on-white

Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Reed, Erik K.
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Kotyiti Glaze Red-Yellow-Polychrome

Bogges, Douglas and David Hill
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Dyer, Jennifer Boyd
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Franklin, Hayward
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Mera, H. P.
1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Morales, Thomas M.
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Schleher, Kari L.
2010 Ceramic Production at San Marcos Pueblo New Mexico. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Snow, David H.
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Kuaua Glaze Polychrome

Franklin, Hayward H.
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Mera, H. P.
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Kwahe'e Black-on-white

Condie, Carol J., Hayward H. Franklin, and Peter J. McKenna
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Cordell, Linda S.
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Lang, Richard W.
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Honea, Kenneth H.
1968 Material Culture: Ceramic. In The Cochiti Dam Archaeological Salvage Project, Pt. 1: Report of the 1963 Season, assembled by Charles H. Lange, pp. 111–169. Museum of New Mexico Research Records No. 6. Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
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McNutt, Charles H.
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Wilson, C. Dean
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2010 Pena Blanca Ceramics. In Excavations Along NM 22: Agricultural Adaptation from ad 500 to 1900 in the Northern Santo Domingo Basin, Sandoval County, New Mexico, compiled by S. L. Post and R. C. Chapman, pp. 13–144. Archaeology Notes, 385. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

2013 Prehistoric Pottery from Pojoaque Corridor Project Sites. In Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, Vol. 3: The Prehistoric Sites and Site Components, edited by J. Boyer and J. Moore. Archaeology Notes, 404. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, forthcoming.

Wiseman Regge N.
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Kwakina Polychrome

Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
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Huntley, Deborah H.
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2008 The Pottery of Zuni Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

2013 The Pottery of Accoma Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

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La Plata Black-on-white

Hawley, Florence M.
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Morris, Earl H.
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Morris Elizabeth A.
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Laguna Polychrome

Ellis. Florence Hawley
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Harlow, Francis H.
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Largo Glaze-on-Yellow-Red-Polychrome

Franklin, Hayward
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Kidder, Alfred V., and Anna O. Sherpard
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1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5. Santa Fe.

1940 Population Changes in the Rio Grande Glaze-Paint Area. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 11. Santa Fe.

Morales, Thomas M.
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Schleher, Kari L.
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Shepard, Anna O.
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Lincoln Black-on-red

Kelley, Jane Holden
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Lino Black-on-white

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Colton, Harold S.
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Lino Gray

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Wilson, Gordon P.
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Los Lunas Smudged

Marshall, Michael P., and Henry J. Walt
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Mera, H. P.
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Los Padillas Glaze Polychrome

Mera, H. P.
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Warren, A., Helene and David H. Snow
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Madera Black-on-red

DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, and Gloria C. Fenner
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Magdalena Black-on-white

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Davis, E.L.

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1964 Anasazi Mobility and Mesa Verde Migrations. PhD diss., University of California.

Ellis, F.H.
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Ferguson, Jeffery R., Karl W. Laumbach, Stephen H. Lekson, Toni S. Laumbach, and Virginia T. McLemore.
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Gomolak, A.R., and T.L. Knight
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Mancos Black-on-white

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Hayes, Alden C.
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Hayes, Alden C., and James A. Lancaster
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1936 Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado. Field Museum of Natural History Anthropological Series 23 (1). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.

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Reed, Erik K.
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Rohn, Arthur H.
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Mancos Corrugated

Abel, Leland J.
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Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Reed, Erik K.
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Mancos Gray

Abel, Leland J.
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Blinman, Eric
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Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Oppelt, Norman T.
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Rohn, Arthur H.
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Mangas (Boldface or Style I) Black-on-white

Anyon, Roger and Steven A. LeBlanc
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Berman, Mary Jane
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Bradfield, Wesley
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Brody, J. J.,
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Cosgrove, Hattie S., and C. Burton Cosgrove
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Haury, Emil W.
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Lekson, Stephen H.
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Woosley, Anne I. and Allan J. McIntyre
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Matsaki Polychrome

Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
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Lammon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow
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Reed, Eric K.
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Woodbury, Richard, and Nathalie F.S. Woodbury
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McDonalds Corrugated

Haury, Emil W. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1931 Showlow and Pinedale Ruins. In Recently Dated Pueblo Ruins in Arizona. by E. W. Haury and L. L. Hargrave, pp. 4-79. Smithsonian Misc. Collections 82 (11).

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McElmo Black-on-white

Abel, Leland J.
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Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S. Gladwin.
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Kidder, Alfred V.
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Reed, Erik K.
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Rohn, Arthur H.
1971 Mug House. Archaeological Research Series 7 D. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.

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Medicine Black-on-red

Colton, Harold S.
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Mesa Verde Black-on-white

Abel, Leland J.
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Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Kidder, Alfred V.
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Oppelt, Norman T.
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Reed, Erik K.
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Rohn, Arthur H.
1971 Mug House. Archaeological Research Series 7 D. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington D.C.

1977 Cultural Change and Continuity on Chapin Mesa. Regents Press, Lawrence.

Toll. H. Wolcott, H. Wolcott., Thomas C. Windes, and Peter J. McKenna
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Mesa Verde Corrugated

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Brew, John O.
1946 Archaeology of Alkali Ridge, Southeastern Utah. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology 21, Cambridge.

Reed, Erik K.
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Mimbres Classic (Style III) Black-on-white - Polychrome

Anyon, Roger and Steven A. LeBlanc
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Bradfield, Wesley
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Brody, J.J.
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Brody, J. J., Catherine J. Scott, and Stephen A. LeBlanc
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LeBlanc, Steven A.
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Schafer, Harry J.
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Mimbres Transitional (Style II) Black-on-white

Anyon, Roger and Steven A. LeBlanc
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Brody, J.J.
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Cosgrove, Hattie S., and C. Burton Cosgrove
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Haury, Emil W.
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Shafer Harry J.
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Moccasin Gray (Neckbanded)

Abel, Leland J.
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Blinman, Eric
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Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Rohn, Arthur H.
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Mogollon Red-on-brown

Haury, Emil W.
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Mummy Lake Gray

Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
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Rohn, Arthur H.
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Rohn, Arthur H. and Jervis D. Swannack
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Naschitti Black-on-white

Reed, Lori S., Joell Goff, and Kathy Niles Hensler
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Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Windes, Thomas C.
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Nava Black-on-white

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Windes, Thomas C.
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Navajo Gray

Brugge, David M.

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Hill, David V.
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Hill, W. W.
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Navajo Painted

Brugge, David M.

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1983 Navajo Prehistory and History to 1850. In Southwest Handbook of North American Indians,edited by Alfonso Ortiz, pp. 489-501. vol. 10: W. Sturtevant, general editor. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

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Hill, W.W
1937 Navajo Pottery Manufacture. University of New Mexico Bulletin Anthropological Series. Vol. 2 (3). University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,

Keur, Dorothy L.
1941 Big Bead Mesa: An Archaeological Study of Navajo Acculturation, 1745-1812. Memoir of the Society for American Archaelogy 1.

Tschopik, H, Jr
1941 Navajo Pottery Making: An Inquiry into the Affinities of Navaho Painted Pottery, Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Vol 17(1), Cambridge, Massachussetts.

Vivian, R. Gordon
1960 The Navajo Archaeology of Chacra Mesa, New Mexico. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,


Newcomb Black-on-white

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.Windes, Thomas C.

Windes, Thomas C.
1977 Typology and Technology of Anasazi Ceramics. In Settlement and Subsistence Along the Lower Chaco River, edited by C. Reher, pp 270-369. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Newcomb Corrugated

Breternitz, David A., Arthur H. Rohn, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Morris
1974 Prehistoric Ceramics of the Mesa Verde Region. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 5, Flagstaff.

Reed, Lori S., Joell Goff, and Kathy Niles Hensler
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Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Northern Rio Grande (Pojoaque) Neckbanded

McNutt, Charles H.
1969 Early Puebloan Occupations at Tesuque By-Pass and in the Upper Rio Grande Valley. Anthropological Paper No.40. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Peckham, Stewart
1992 From This Earth: The Ancient Art of Pueblo Pottery. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Wilson, C. Dean

2005 Ceramic Artifacts. In Excavations at LA 103919, a Developmental Period Site Near Nambé Pueblo, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, by S. L. Lentz, pp. 89–150. Archaeology Notes, 199. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

2010 Pena Blanca Ceramics. In Excavations Along NM 22: Agricultural Adaptation from ad 500 to 1900 in the Northern Santo Domingo Basin, Sandoval County, New Mexico, compiled by S. L. Post and R. C. Chapman, pp. 13–144. Archaeology Notes, 385. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

2013 Prehistoric Pottery from Pojoaque Corridor Project Sites. In Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, Vol. 3: The Prehistoric Sites and Site Components, edited by J. Boyer and J. Moore. Archaeology Notes, 404. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, forthcoming.

Northern Rio Grande Coiled Clapboarded Gray

McNutt, Charles H.
1969 Early Puebloan Occupations at Tesuque By-Pass and in the Upper Rio Grande Valley. Anthropological Paper No.40. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Wilson, C. Dean

2005 Ceramic Artifacts. In Excavations at LA 103919, a Developmental Period Site Near Nambé Pueblo, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, by S. L. Lentz, pp. 89–150. Archaeology Notes, 199. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

2013 Prehistoric Pottery from Pojoaque Corridor Project Sites. In Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, Vol. 3: The Prehistoric Sites and Site Components, edited by J. Boyer and J. Moore. Archaeology Notes, 404. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, forthcoming.

Northern Rio Grande Early Plain Gray

McNutt, Charles H.
1969 Early Puebloan Occupations at Tesuque By-Pass and in the Upper Rio Grande Valley. Anthropological Paper No.40. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Warren, A. Helene
1979 The Micaceous Pottery of the Rio Grande. In Collected Papers in Honor of Erik Kellerman Reed, edited by A. H. Schroeder, pp. 148–166. Papers of the Archaeological Society, 6. Albuquerque Archaeological Society Press, Albuquerque.

Wilson, C. Dean

2005 Ceramic Artifacts. In Excavations at LA 103919, a Developmental Period Site Near Nambé Pueblo, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, by S. L. Lentz, pp. 89–150. Archaeology Notes, 199. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

2010 Pena Blanca Ceramics. In Excavations Along NM 22: Agricultural Adaptation from ad 500 to 1900 in the Northern Santo Domingo Basin, Sandoval County, New Mexico, compiled by S. L. Post and R. C. Chapman, pp. 13–144. Archaeology Notes, 385. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

2013 Prehistoric Pottery from Pojoaque Corridor Project Sites. In Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, Vol. 3: The Prehistoric Sites and Site Components, edited by J. Boyer and J. Moore. Archaeology Notes, 404. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.



Obelisk Utility

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Morris Elizabeth A.
1980 Basketmaker Caves in the Prayer rock District, Notheastern Arizona.in the Prayer Rock District, North-eastern Arizona. Anthropological Papers of the Uiversity of Arizona no.36. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

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Reed, Lori C., Dean Wilson, and Kelley Hays-Gilipin
2000 From Brown to Gray; The Origins of Ceramic Technology in the Northen Southwest. In Foundations of Anasazi Culture: The Basketmaker-Pueblo Transition, edited by P.F. Reed, pp. 19-45. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.



Ocate Micaceus

Baugh, Timothy G., and Frank W. Eddy
1987 Rethinking Apachean Ceramics: the 1985 Southern Athaspascan Ceramic Conference. American Antiquity 52:793-798.

Brugge, David M.
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Gunnerson, James H.
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Moore, James L.
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Woosley, Anne I., and Bart Olinger
1990 Ethnicity and Production of Micaceous Ware in the Taos Valley. In Clues to the Past: Papers in Honor of William M. Sundt, edited by M. S. Duran and D. T, Kirkpatrick. Papers of the Archeological Society of New Mexico, No. 16, Albuquerque.

Ochoa Indented Corrugated - Plain Brown

Collins, Michael B.
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Leslie, Robert A.
1965 Ochoa Indented Brown Ware. Facts and Artifacts 1(2):506. Newsletter of the Lea County Archaeological Society, Hobbs, New Mexico.

Runyon, John W., and John A. Hedrick
1987 Pottery Types of the Southwest Federation of Archaeological Societies (SWFAS) Area. The Artifact (25)4 23-59.

Wiseman Reggie N.

1982 The Interning Years – New Information on Chupadero Black-on-white and Corona Corrugated. Pottery Southwest 9(4):5-7.

2002 The Fox Place: A Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Pithouse Village neare Roswell, New Mexico. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 234, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Ogapoge Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

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

Mera, H. P.
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Snow, David H.
1982 The Rio Grande Glaze, Matte Paint, and Plainware Traditions. In Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review, edited by A.H. Schroeder, pp. 235-278. The Arizona Archaeologist, Vol 15, Phoenix.

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Wilson C. Dean
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Payan Corrugated

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
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Sciscenti James V., Alfred E. Dittert, Jr, and Beth Dickey
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Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Pecos Glaze Polychrome

Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
1980 Generations in Clay; Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest. Northland Press, Flagstaff.

Kidder, Alfred V., and Anna O. Shepard
1936 The Pottery of Pecos, Volume II Glaze Paint, Culinary, and Other Wares. Papers of the Phillips Academy No.7, New Haven.

Mera, H. P.
1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5. Santa Fe.

Morales, Thomas M.
1997 Glazeware Pottery Production and Distributionin the Upper-Middle Rio Grande Valley. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Pecos Plain Striated

Kidder, Alfred V., and Anna O. Sherpard
1936 The Pottey of Peocs, Volume II Glaze Paint, Culinary, and Other Wares. Papers of the Phillips Academy No.7, New Haven.

Powell, Melissa S.
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Wilson, Gordon P.
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Pena Black-on-white

Reed, Lori S., Joell Goff, and Kathy Niles Hensler
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Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Piedra Black-on-white (Northern San Juan)

Abel, Leland J.
1955 San Juan Red Ware, Mesa Verde Gray Ware, Mesa Verde White Ware and San Juan White Ware, Pottery Types of the Southwest: Wares 5A, 10A, 10B, 12A. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 3B, Flagstaff.

Oppelt, Norman T.
1992 Earth Water Fire: The Prehistoric Pottery of Mesa Verde. Johnson Books, Boulder.

Reed, Erik K.
1958 Excavation in Mancos Canyon, Colorado. University of Utah Anthropological Papers, No. 35. Salt Lake City.

Roberts, Frank H.H.
1930 Early Pueblo Ruins in the Piedra District, Southwestern Colorado. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 96. Washington, D.C.

Rohn, Arthur H.
1977 Cultural Change and Continuity on Chapin Mesa. Regents Press, Lawrence.

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1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

1995 Ceramic Types of the Mesa Verde Region. In Archaeological Pottery of Colorado: Ceramic Clues to the Prehistoric and Protohistoric Lives of the State's Native Peoples, edited by R.H. Brunswig, B. Bradley, and S.M. Chandler, pp. 33-88. Colorado Council of Archaeologists Occasional Papers 2, Denver.

Piedra Black-on-white (Upper San Juan)

Roberts, Frank H.H.
1930 Early Pueblo Ruins in the Piedra District, Southwestern Colorado. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 96, Washington, D.C.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
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Piedra Gray

Dittert, Alfred E., Beth L. Dickey and Frank W. Eddy
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Eddy, Frank W.
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Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Pindi Black-on-white

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.
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Kidder, Alfred V., and Charles A. Amsden
1931 The Pottery of Pecos, Volume I, The Dull-Paint Wares. Papers of the Southwestern Expedition, No. 5, Yale University Press, New Haven.

Stubbs, Stanley A.. and W.S. Stallings, Jr.
1953 The Excavation on of Pindi Pueblo New Mexico, Monographs of the School of American Research and the Laboratory of Anthropology, No. 18, Santa Fe.

Wilson, C. Dean
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Pinedale Black-on-red - Polychrome

Carlson, Roy L.
1970 White Mountain Redware Pottery Tradition of East-Central New Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 19. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Haury, Emil W. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1931 Recently Dated Pueblo Ruins in Arizona. by E. W. Haury and L. L. Hargrave, pp. 4-79. Smithsonian Misc. Collections 82 (11). Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Triadan, Daniela
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Pinedale Black-on-white

Haury, Emil W. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1931 Recently Dated Pueblo Ruins in Arizona. by E. W. Haury and L. L. Hargrave, pp. 4-79. Smithsonian Misc. Collections 82 (11). Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Wood, J. Scott
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Pinnawa Glaze-on-white

Dittert, Alfred E, and Fred Plog
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Lammon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow

2008 The Pottery of Zuni Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

2013 The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Woodbury, Richard, and Nathalie F.S. Woodbury
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Pinto Polychrome

Crown, Patricia L.
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Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S. Gladwin
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Lindsay, Alexander J., Jr.,and Calvin H. Jennings
1968 Salado Red Ware Conference, Ninth Ceramic Seminar. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 4, Flagstaff.

Pitoche Plain

Marshall, Michael P., and Henry J. Walt
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Mera, H. P.
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Pitoche Ribbed Coil (Corrugated)

Marshall, Michael P., and Henry J. Walt
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Mera, H. P.
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Playas Incised Red - Brown

DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, y Gloria C. Fenner
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Sayles, Edward B.
1936 Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Paper 22. Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Wiseman Regge N.
2002 The Fox Place: A Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Pithouse Village neare Roswell, New Mexico. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 234, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Playas Red - Red-on-brown

DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, y Gloria C. Fenner
1974 Casas Grandes: A Fallen Trading Center of the Gran Chichimeca,Vol. 6: Ceramics and Shell. Amerind Foundation Publications 9(4–8). Northland Press, Flagstaff.

Sayles, Edward B.
1936 Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Paper 22. Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Wiseman Regge N.
2002 The Fox Place: A Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Pithouse Village neare Roswell, New Mexico. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 234, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Potsuwi'i Incised - Plain

Gauthier, Rory
1987 Ceramics. In Howari: Excavation at a Northern Rio Grande Biscuit Ware Site, by D Fallon and K Wening,pp 35-90. Museum of New Mexico, Laboratory of Anthropology Notes 261b, Santa Fe.

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

Mera, H. P.
1932 Wares Ancestral to Tewa Polychrome. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 4. Museum of New Mexico Santa Fe.

Wendorf, Fred
1953 Salvage Archaeology in the Chama Valley, New Mexico. School of American Research Monograph No.17, Santa Fe.

Wilson, C. Dean and Candace Lewis
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Pottery Mound Glaze Polychrome

Franklin, Hayward H.
2007 The Pottery of Pottery Mound. A Study of the 1979 UNM Field School Collection, Part 1: Typology and Chronology. Maxwell Museum Technical Series No. 5. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Voll, Charles B.
1961 The Glaze Paint Ceramics of Pottery Mound, New Mexico. Masters thesis, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Powhoge Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

Chapman, Kenneth
1970 The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo. University of New Mexico Press.

Dick, Herbert W.
1968 Six Historic Pottery Types from Spanish Sites in New Mexico. In Collected Papers in Honor of Lyndon L. Hargrave, edited by A.H. Schroeder, pp. 77-94. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No.1. Museum of New Mexico Press.

Frank, Ross
1991 Changing Pueblo Indian Pottery Tradition: the Underside of Economic Development in Late Colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820. Journal of the Southwest 33:3. 282-321.

2000 From Settler to Citizen: New Mexican Economic Development and the Creation of the Vecino Society. 1750-1820, University of California Press, Berkeley.

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

Harlow, Francis H.

1967 Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.


1970 History of Painted Tewa Pottery. In The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo, by K Chapman, pp 37-51. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.


1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Mera H. P.
1939 Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. Laboratory of Anthropology Memoris 3, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Wilson, C. Dean

2007 Insights from Powhoge Polychrome at Archaeological Sites. In Texas and Pints West; Papers in Honor of Joh A. Hedrick and Carrol P Hedrick, edited by R. N. Wiseman, T. C. O'Laughlin, and C. T. Snow, pp. 175-185. Archaeological Society of New Mexico PapersL 33, Albuquerque.

2011 Historic Indigenous Ceramic Types. In Settlers and Soldiers: The Historic Component at El Pueblo de Santa Fe (LA 1051), by S. C. Lentz and M. J. Barbour, pp 223 -234. Archaeology Notes, 410. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Puaray Glaze (E) Polychrome

Mera, H. P.
1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5, Santa Fe.

Morales, Thomas M.
1997 Glazeware Pottery Production and Distributionin the Upper-Middle Rio Grande Valley. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Warren, A. Helene
1979 The Glaze Wares of the Upper Middle Rio Grande. In Archaeological Investigations in Cochiti Reservoir, New Mexico, Vol. 4: Adaptive Changes in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, edited by J. V. Biella and R. C. Chapman, pp. 187–216. Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Warren, A., Helene and David H. Snow
1976 Section C: Formal Descriptions of Rio Grande Glazes from LA 70. In Archaeological Excavations at Pueblo del Encierro, LA 70, Cochiti Dam Salvage Project, Cochiti New Mexico, Final Report: 1964-1965 Field Seasons, edited by D. H. Snow, pp. C1-V34. Laboratory of Anthropology Notes No. 78, Santa Fe.

Puerco Black-on-red - Polychrome

Carlson, Roy L.
1970 White Mountain Redware Pottery Tradition of East-Central New Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 19. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Gladwin, Harold, S.
1934 A Method for the Designation of Cultures and Their Variants. Medallion Papers No. 15, Globe.

Hawley, Florence M.
1934 The Significance of Dated Prehistory of Chetro Ketl, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. University of New Mexico Bulletin 1, Albuquerque.

Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Puerco Black-on-white

Gladwin, Winifred ,and Harold S. Gladwin
1931 Some Southwestern Pottery Types, Series II. Medallion Papers X. Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Puname Polychrome

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

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

Harlow, Francis H. and Dwight P. Lammon
2003 The Pottery of Zia Pueblo. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
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Ramos Black

DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, y Gloria C. Fenner
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Sayles, Edward B.
1936 Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Paper 22. Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Ramos Polychrome

DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, y Gloria C. Fenner
1974 Casas Grandes: A Fallen Trading Center of the Gran Chichimeca,Vol. 6: Ceramics and Shell. Amerind Foundation Publications 9(4–8). Northland Press, Flagstaff.

Sayles, E.B.
1936 Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Paper 22. Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Ranchitos Polychrome

Ferg, Allan
1984 Historic Archaeology on the San Antonio De Las Huetas Grant, Sandoval Count, New Mexico. Casas Papers No. 4, Complet e Archaeological Service Associates, Cortez.

Harlow, Francis H.

1967 Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Harlow, Francis H., Duane Anderson, and Dwight P. Lammon
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Red Mesa Black-on-white

Gladwin, Harold S.
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Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Windes, Thomas C.
1977 Typology and Gechnology of Anasazi ceramics. In Settlement and Subsistence Along the Lower Chaco River, edited by C. Reher, pp 270-369. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Red Mesa Black-on-white (NRG)

Cordell, Linda S.
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Dittert, Alfred E., and Fred Plog
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Gladwin, Harold S.
1945 The Chaco Branch: Excavation at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Medallion Papers 33, a Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Lang, Richard W.
1982 Transformation in White Ware Pottery of the Rio Grande. In Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review, edited by A. Schroeder, pp. 153–200. Arizona Archaeologist No. 15. Phoenix.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Wilson, C. Dean
2013 The Gradual Development of Systems of Pottery Production and Distribution Across Northern Rio Grande Landscapes. In From Mountaintop to Valley Bottom; Understanding Past Land Use in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, edited by Bradley J. Vierra, pp 161-197. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Windes, Thomas C.
1977 Typology and Technology of Anasazi Ceramics. In Settlement and Subsistence Along the Lower Chaco River, edited by C. Reher, pp 270-369. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Wiseman, Reggie N.
1995 Reassessment of the Dating of the Pojoaque Grant Site (LA 835): A Key Site of the Rio Grande Developmental Period. In Of Pots and Rocks: Papers in Honor of A. Helene Warren, edited by M. S. Duran and D. T. Kirkpatrick, pp. 237–248. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque

2014 Introduction to Mera’s “Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. In Since Mera: The Original Eleven Bulletins, With Essays and Opinions Derived from Recent Research, edited by E. J Brown, R. N. Wiseman and Rory P. Gauthier, pp 197-223. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Wiseman, Regge N., and Bart Olinger
1991 Initial Production of Painted Pottery in the Rio Grande: The Perspective from LA 835, The Pojoaque Grant Site. In Puebloan Past and Present: Papers in Honor of Stewart Peckham, edited by M. S. Duran and D. T. Kirkpatrick, pp 209-217. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico 17, Albuquerque.

Reserve Black-on-white

Crown, Patricia L.
1981 The Ceramic Assemblage. In Prehistory of the St. John's Area, East Central Arizona: The TEP St Johns Project. edited by D. A. Westfall, pp 233-290. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series No. 153. Tucson.

Doyel, David E.
1980 Stylistic and Technological Analysis of the Dead Valley Ceramic Assemblages, In Prehistory in Dead Valley, East-Central Arizona: The TG&E Springerville Report, edited by D. E. Doyel and S.S . Debwoski, pp 141-224. Cultural Resource Management Section. Arizona State Museum and The University of Arizona, Archaeological Series No. 144, Tucson.

Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
1998 Prehistoric Ceramics of the Puerco Valley: The 1995 Chambers-Sanders Trust Lands Ceramic Conference. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No.7. The Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff.

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
1956 Late Mogollon Pottery Types of the Reserve Area. Fieldiana: Anthropology 36 (7):149-187.

Reid J. Jefferson, Barbara Klie Montgomery and Zedeño, and Maria Nieves Zedeño
1995 Refinements in Dating Late Cibola White Ware. The Kiva 69 (1): 31-44.

Reserve Incised Corrugated/Smudged

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
1956 Late Mogollon Pottery Types of the Reserve Area. Fieldiana: Anthropology 36 (7):149-187.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp 5-86. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 232, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Reserve Indented Corrugated/Smudged

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
1956 Late Mogollon Pottery Types of the Reserve Area. Fieldiana: Anthropology 36 (7):149-187.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp 5-86. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 232, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Reserve Plain Corrugated/Smudged

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
1956 Late Mogollon Pottery Types of the Reserve Area. Fieldiana: Anthropology 36 (7):149-187.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp 5-86. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 232, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Reserve Plain Smudged

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
1956 Late Mogollon Pottery Types of the Reserve Area. Fieldiana: Anthropology 36 (7):149-187.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp 5-86. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 232, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Rosa Black-on-white

Carlson, Roy L.
1963 Basketmaker III Sites Near Durango, Colorado. University of Colorado Studies in Anthropology 8. University of Colorado Museum, Boulder.

Ellwood , Priscilla B.
1980 Ceramics of Durango South. In The Durango South Project: Archaeological Salvage of Two Late Basketmaker III Sites in the Durango District, edited by John D. Gooding, pp 78-102. Anthropology Papers of the University of Arizona 34. Tucson, Arizona.

Hall, Edward T. Jr.
1944 Early Stockaded Settlements in the Gobernador, New Mexico. Columbia Studies in Archaeology and Ethnology Vol. II, Part I. New York.

Lucius, William A.
1982 Ceramic analysis. In Testing and Excavation Reports: Mapco's Rocky Mountain Liquid Hydrocarbons Pipeline, Southwestern Colorado Vol 2, edited by Jerry E. Fetterman and Linda Honeycutt, pp. 7.1-7.2. Woodward-Clyde Consultants, San Francisco.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe.

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
2007 A Field Guide to Upper San Juan Anasazi and Navajo Pottery. Prepared for the NMAC Ceramic Workshop, Farmington District Office, Document on file, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

Wilson, C. Dean
1988 Ceramics. In Archaeological Investigations in the Bodo Canyon Area La Plata County, by Steven L. Fuller, pp. 317-333. UMTRA Archaeological Report 25. Complete Archaeological Service Associates, Cortez.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Rosa Gray

Hall, Edward T. Jr.
1944 Early Stockaded Settlements in the Gobernador, New Mexico. Columbia Studies in Archaeology and Ethnology Vol. II, Part I, New York.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8, Santa Fe.

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
2007 A Field Guide to Upper San Juan Anasazi and Navajo Pottery. Prepared for the NMAC Ceramic Workshop, Farmington District Office,Document on file, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Rosa Neckbanded

Hall, Edward T. Jr.
1944 Early Stockaded Settlements in the Gobernador, New Mexico. Columbia Studies in Archaeology and Ethnology Vol. II, Part I, New York.

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
2007 A Field Guide to Upper San Juan Anasazi and Navajo Pottery. Prepared for the NMAC Ceramic Workshop, Farmington District Office,Document on file, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

Rowe Black-on-white

Cordell, Linda S.
1998 Before Pecos; Settlement and Aggregation at Rowe, New Mexico. Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Anthropological Papers No.6, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Kidder, Alfred V., and Charles A. Amsden
1931 The Pottery of Pecos, Volume I, The Dull-Paint Wares. Papers of the Southwestern Expedition, No. 5, Yale University Press, New Haven.

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.
1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico; Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande. Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series, Volume 8. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe.

Powell, Melissa S.
2002 Ceramics. In From Folsom to Fogelson: The Cultural Resources Inventory Survey of Pecos National Historic Park, Vol. I, edited by G. N. Head and J. D. Orcutt, pp. 237–304. Intermountain Cultural Resource Management Professional Paper No. 66. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Sakona Black-on-tan - Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

Harlow, Francis H.

1970 History of Painted Tewa Pottery. In The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo, by K Chapman, pp 37-51, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Snow, David H.
1982 The Rio Grande Glaze, Matte Paint, and Plainware Traditions. In Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review, edited by A.H. Schroeder, pp. 235-278. The Arizona Archaeologist, vol 15, Phoenix.

Wilson, Gordon P,
2006 Guide to Ceramic Identification: Northern Rio Grande and Galisteo Basin to A.D. 1700. 2nd ed. Technical Series Bulletin 12. Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

Salinas Red

Kidder, Alfred V., and Anna O. Shepard
1936 The Pottery of Pecis, Volume II Glaze Paint, Culinary, and Other Wares. Papers of the Phillips Academy No.7, New Haven.

Hayes, Alden C., Jon N. Young, and A.H. Warren
1981 Contributions to Gran Quivira Archaeology, Gran Quivira National Monument, New Mexico. Publications in Archaeology No, 17, National Park Service Washington D.C.

Toulouse, Joseph H., Jr
1949 The Mission of Gan Gregorio de Abo. School of American Researh Series No. 13. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Vivian, Gordon
1964 Excavations in a 17th Century Jumano Pueblo, Gran Quivira. National Park Service Archaeological Research Series, No. 8, Washington.

Sambrito Utility

Dittert, Alfred E., Frank W. Eddy and Beth Dickey
1963 Evidence of Early Ceramic Phases in the Navajo Reservoir District. El Palacio 70 (1-2) 5-12.

Eddy, Frank W.
1961 Excavation at Los Pinos Phase Sites in the Navajo Reservoir District. Museum of New Mexico Papers in Anthropology 4, Santa Fe.

Reed, Lori C., Dean Wilson, and Kelley Hays-Gilipin
2000 From Brown to Gray; The Origins of Ceramic Technology in the Northen Southwest. In Foundations of Anasazi Culture: The Basketmaker-Pueblo Transition, edited by P.F. Reed, pp. 19-45. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Reed, Lori and Joel Goff
2007 A Field Guide to Upper San Juan Anasazi and Navajo Pottery. Prepared for the NMAC Ceramic Workshop, Farmington District Office,Document on file, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

Wilson, C. Dean
1989 Sambrito "Brown" from Site LA 4169, A Description and Evaluation. Pottery Southwest 16(2):4-5.

Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
1993 Upper San Juan Ceramic Typology. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 80, Santa Fe.

San Andres (Broadline) Red-on- brown/terracotta

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Jennings, Jesse D.
1940 A Variation of Southwestern Pueblo Culture. Technical Series Bulletin No. 19. Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Marshall, Michael P., and Henry J. Walt
1984 Rio Abajo: Prehistory and History of a Rio Grande Province. New Mexico Historic Preservation Program, Santa Fe.

McCluney, Eugene

1961 The Hatchet Site: A Preliminary Report. Southwestern Lore 26(4).

1962 New Name and Revised Description for a Mogollon Pottery Type from Souhern New Nexico. Southwestern Lore 27 (4):49-55.

Mera, Harry .P.
1943 An Outline of Ceramic Development in Southern and Southeastern New Mexico. Technical Series Bulletin No. 22. Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P., and W. S. Stallings
1931 Lincoln Back-on-red. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series, Bulletin No. 2. Santa Fe.

Wiseman, Regge N.

2002 The Fox Place: A Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Pithouse Village neare Roswell, New Mexico. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 234, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

2014 Introduction to Mera’s “Lincoln Black-on-red". In Since Mera: The Original Eleven Bulletins, With Essays and Opinions Derived from Recent Research, edited by E. J Brown, R. N. Wiseman and Rory P. Gauthier, pp 37-40. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque.


San Clemente Glaze Polychrome

Franklin, Hayward H.
2007 The Pottery of Pottery Mound. A Study of the 1979 UNM Field School Collection, Part 1: Typology and Chronology. Maxwell Museum Technical Series No. 5. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Mera, H. P.
1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Warren, A. Helene

1976 The Ceramics and Mineral Resources of LA 70 and the Cochiti Area. In Archeological Excavations at Pueblo del Encierro, LA 70, Cochiti Dam Salvage Project, Cochiti, New Mexico, assembled and edited by D. H. Snow, pp. B1– B70. Laboratory of Anthropology Notes, 78b. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

1979 The Glaze Wares of the Upper Middle Rio Grande. In Archaeological Investigations in Cochiti Reservoir, New Mexico, Vol. 4: Adaptive Changes in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, edited by J. V. Biella and R. C. Chapman, pp. 187–216. Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

San Francisco Red

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Nesbitt, Paul H.
1939 Starkweather Ruin: a Mogollon-Pueblo Site in the Upper Gila Area of New Mexico, and Affiliative Aspects of the Mogollon Culture. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology Bulletin 6. Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp 5-86. Archaeology Notes 232, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

San Ildefonso Polychrome - Black-on-red

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

Chapman, Kenneth
1938 The Pueblo Indian Pottery of the Post Spanish Period. General Series Bulletin No. 4, Laboratory of Anthropology of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

1970 The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo. University of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

Guthe, Carl E
1925 Pueblo Pottery Making, Yale University Press, New Haven.

Harlow, Francis H.

1970 History of Painted Tewa Pottery. In The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo, by K Chapman, pp 37-51, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

San Juan Red-on-tan

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

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

Levine, Daisy
2001 Analysis and Interpretation of Ceramics from the Pedro Sanchez Site, In Prehistoric and HistoricOccupation at Los Alamos and Guaje Canyons: Data Recovery at Three; Sites near the Pueblo of San Ildenfonsio, by James L. Moore, pp 129-138. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 244, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Schroeder, Gail D.
1964 San Juan Pottery: Methods and Incentives. El Palacio 71(1):45-51.

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

Wilson C. Dean
2011 Historic Indigenous Ceramic Types. In Settlers and Soldiers: The Historic Component at El Pueblo de Santa Fe (LA 1051), by S. C. Lentz and M. J. Barbour, pp 223 -234. Archaeology Notes, 438. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.






San Lazaro Glaze Polychrome

Franklin, Hayward
1997 Valencia Pueblo Ceramics. In Excavations at Valencia Pueblo (LA 953) and a Nearby Hispanic Settlement (LA 67321), Valencia County, New Mexico. edited by K.L. Brown and B.J. Vierra, pp 125-257. Office of Contract Archaeology Report No. 185-400F, Albuquerque.

Mera, H. P.
1933 A Proposed Revision of the Rio Grande Glaze Paint Sequence. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 5. Santa Fe.

Morales, Thomas M.
1997 Glazeware Pottery Production and Distribution in the Upper-Middle Rio Grande Valley. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Warren, A. Helene
1979 The Glaze Wares of the Upper Middle Rio Grande. In Archaeological Investigations in Cochiti Reservoir, New Mexico, Vol. 4: Adaptive Changes in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, edited by J. V. Biella and R. C. Chapman, pp. 187–216. Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Warren, A., Helene and David H. Snow
1976 Section C: Formal Descriptions of Rio Grande Glazes from LA 70. In Archaeological Excavations at Pueblo del Encierro, LA 70, Cochiti Dam Salvage Project, Cochiti New Mexico, Final Report: 1964-1965 Field Seasons, edited by D. H. Snow, pp. C1-C34. Laboratory of Anthropology Notes No. 78, Santa Fe.

San Marcial Black-on-white

Ferg, Alan
1983 LA 25860: The Sheep Chute Site. In Excavation sat Three Developmental Period Sites near Zia and Santa Anna Pueblos, New Mexico, by N. S. Hammack, A. Ferg, and B. Bradley, pp. 7–87. CASA Papers No. 2. Complete Archaeological Service Associates, Cortez.

Hurst, Winston
2003 Typological Analysis of Ceramics from the Middle Rio Puerco of the East. In Prehistory of the Middle Rio Puerco Valley, Sandoval County, New Mexico, edited by L. L. Baker and S. R. Durand, pp. 55–118. Archaeological Society of New Mexico Special Publication No. 3. Scopecraft Press, Portales.

Lakatos, Steven A., and C. Dean Wilson
2012 The Unexpected Stability of Rio Grande Communities During the Early Developmental Period. In Crucible of Pueblos: The Early Pueblo Period in the Northern Southwest, edited by R. H. Wilshusen, G. Schachner, and James Allison, pp. 127–145. Monograph 71. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, University of California, Las Angeles.

Marshall, Michael P., and Henry J. Walt
1984 Rio Abajo: Prehistory and History of a Rio Grande Province. New Mexico Historic Preservation Program, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Technical Series Bulletin No. 8, Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

2010 Pena Blanca Ceramics. In Excavations Along NM 22: Agricultural Adaptation from ad 500 to 1900 in the Northern Santo Domingo Basin, Sandoval County, New Mexico, compiled by S. L. Post and R. C. Chapman, pp. 13–144. Archaeology Notes, 385. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Wilson, John P.
1995 Prehistory of the Gallina Mountains. In Of Pots and Rocks: Papers in Honor of HA. Helene Warren, edited by M. S. Duran and D. T Kirkpatrick, pp 189-210. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No. 21, Albuquerque.

San Pablo Polychrome

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

Harlow, Francis H.

1967 Historic Pueblo Indian Pottery, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Harlow, Francis H. and Dwight P. Lammon
2003 The Pottery of Zia Pueblo, School of American Research, Santa Fe.

Sankawi Black-on-cream

Harlow, Francis H.

1970 History of Painted Tewa Pottery. In The Pottery of San Ildefonso Pueblo, Detailed Study, by K Chapman, pp 37-51, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
1932 Wares Ancestral to Tewa Polychrome. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 4. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

1939 Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. Laboratory of Anthropology Memoris 3. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Wilson, C. Dean and Candace Lewis
2014 Introduction to Mera’s “Wares Ancestral to Tewa Polychrome”. In Since Mera: The Original Eleven Bulletins, With Essays and Opinions Derived from Recent Research, edited by E. J Brown, R. N. Wiseman and Rory P. Gauthier, pp 89-93. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Sanostee Black-on-red

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Windes, Thomas C.
1977 Typology and Technology of Anasazi Ceramics. In Settlement and Subsistence Along the Lower Chaco River, edited by C. Reher, pp 270-369. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.



Santa Ana Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

Chapman, Kenneth
1938 The Pueblo Indian Pottery of the Post Spanish Period, General Series Bulletin No. 4, Laboratory of Anthropology of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

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

Harlow, Francis H, Duane Anderson, and Dwight P. Lammon
2005 The Pottery of Santa Ana Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Santa Fe Black-on-white

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.
1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande. Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series Vol. 8. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.

Lang, Richard W.
1982 Transformation in White Ware Pottery of the Rio Grande. In Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review, edited by A. Schroeder, pp. 153–200. Arizona Archaeologist No. 15, Phoenix.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8, Santa Fe.

Powell, Melissa S.
2002 Ceramics. In From Folsom to Fogelson; The Cultural Resources Inventory Survey of Pecos National Historic Park: Volume I. edited by G.N. Head and J.D. Orcutt, pp 237-304. Intermountain Cultural Resources Management Professional Paper No. 66, Santa Fe.

Smiley, Terah L., Stanley A. Stubbs, and Bryant Bannister
1953 A Foundation for the Dating of Some Late Archaeological Sites in the Rio Grande Area, New Mexico: Based on Studies in Tree-Ring Methods and Pottery Analysis. Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research Bulletin No. 6. University of Arizona, Tucson.

Stubbs, Stanley A., and W. S. Stallings, Jr.
1953 The Excavation of Pindi Pueblo, New Mexico. Monographs of the School of American Research and the Laboratory of Anthropology No. 18, Santa Fe.

Wendorf, Fred
1953 Salvage Archaeology in the Chama Valley, New Mexico. School of American Research Monograph No.17, Santa Fe.

1954 A Reconstruction of Northern Rio Grande Prehistory. American Anthropologist 56(2):200-227.

Wendorf, Fred, and Erick K. Reed
1955 An Alternative Reconstruction of Northern Rio Grande Prehistiory. El Palacio 62(5-6):131-173.

Wilson, C. Dean

2008 Ceramic Analysis for the Land Conveyance and Transfer Project, Los Alamos National Laboratory. In The Land Conveyance and Transfer Data Recovery Project: 7,000 Years of Land Use on the Pajarito Plateau, Vol. 3: Artifact and Sample Analysis, edited by Bradley J. Vierra and Kari M. Schmidt, pp. 125–256. Cultural Resource Report No. 273. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos.

2013 The Gradual Development of Systems of Pottery Production and Distribution Across Northern Rio Grande Landscapes. In From Mountaintop to Valley Bottom; Understanding Past Land Use in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, edited by Bradley J. Vierra, pp 161-197. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Wilson, Gordon P,
2006 Guide to Ceramic Identification: Northern Rio Grande and Galisteo Basin to A.D. 1700. 2nd ed. Technical Series Bulletin 12. Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

Santo Domingo Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.


Chapman, Kenneth

1936 The Pottery of Santo Domingo Pueblo, Laboratory of Anthropology Memoir I, Santa Fe.

1938 The Pueblo Indian Pottery of the Post Spanish Period, General Series Bulletin No. 4, Laboratory of Anthropology of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

Brody J. J.
2008 The Anomalous Painted Pottery of Santo Domingo and Cochiti Pueblos: A Brief History. A River Apart; The of Cochiti and Santo Domingo Pueblo, by . K. Verzuh. Pp 61-76. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.


Harlow, Francis H.

1973 Matte Paint Pottery of the Tewa, Keres, and Zuni Pueblos. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Sapawe (Late Polished Interior Variety) Micaceous

Snow, David
1982 The Rio Grande Glaze, Matte-Paint, and Plainware Tradition. Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review. edited by Albert Schroeder, The Arizona Archaeologist no. 15, edited A.H. Schroeder, pp 235-278. Arizona Archaeological Society, Phoenix.

Wilson C. Dean
2011 Historic Indigenous Ceramic Types. In Settlers and Soldiers: The Historic Component at El Pueblo de Santa Fe (LA 1051), by S. C. Lentz and M. J. Barbour, pp 223 -234. Archaeology Notes, 438. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Wendorf, Fred
1953 Salvage Archaeology in the Chama Valley, New Mexico. School of American Research Monograph No.17, Santa Fe.

Sapawe Micaceous Washboard

Gauthier, Rory
1987 Ceramics. In Howari: Excavation at a Northern Rio Grande Biscuit Ware Site, by D Fallon and K Wening,,pp 35-90. Museum of New Mexico, Laboratory of Anthropology Notes 261b, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8, Santa Fe.

Wendorf, Fred
1953 Salvage Archaeology in the Chama Valley, New Mexico. School of American Research Monograph No.17, Santa Fe.

Seco Corrugated

Laumbach, Toni S., and Karly W. Laumbach
2013 Clues to the Origin and Source of Seco Corrugated. In From the Pueblos to the Southern Plains: Papers in Honor of Regge N. Wiseman, edited by E. J. Brown, C. J. Condie, and H. K. Crotty, pp 87-100. Papers of the Arhaeological Society O New Mexico 39. Albuquerque.

Schleher, Kari L., and Susan M. Ruth
2005 Migration or Local Development? Technological Analysis of Corrugated Wares at the Pinnacle Ruin. Southwest New Mexico. Pottery South west 24(3-4):2-14.

Wilson, John P., and Helene Warren
1973 New Pottery Type Described: Seco Corrugated. Awanyu 1(1):12-13.

Sheep Springs Gray

Reed, Lori S., Joell Goff, and Kathy Niles Hensler
1998 Exploring Ceramic Production, Distribution, and Exchange in the Southern Chuska Valley: Analytical Results from the El Paso Natural Gas North Expansion Project, Pipeline Archaeology 1990-1993: The El Paso Natural Gas System Expansion Project, New Mexico and Arizona, Vol XI, Book 1, Report no, WCRM (F)74, Farmington.

Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Showlow Polychrome

Carlson, Roy L.
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Haury, Emil W.
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Sierra Blanca (Playas Variety) Incised )

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1981 Playas Incised Sierra Blance Variety: A New Pottery Type in the Jornada Mogollon. Transactions of the 16th Regional Archaeological Symposium for Southeastern New Mexico and Western Texas. Midland Archaeological Society.

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Sierra Plain

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Sikyatki Polychrome

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Hargrave, Lyndon L.
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Hays, Kelley A.
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Snowflake Black-on-white

Colton, Harold S.
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Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Socorro Black-on-white

Marshall, Michael P., and Henry J. Walt
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Mera, H. P.
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Sosi Black-on-white

Ambler, J. Richard
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Beals, Ralph, George Bainerd, and Watson Smith
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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South Pecos Brown

Jelinek, Arthur J.
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Wiseman Reggie N.

1991 The Bent Project; Archaeological Excavation at the Bent Site, (LA 10835) Otero County, Southhern New Mexico. COAS Monograph No. 5, Las Cruces.

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Springerville Polychrome

Carlson, Roy L.
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Danson, Edward B.
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St Johns Black-on-red - Polychrome

Carlson, Roy L.
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Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S. Gladwin
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Starkweather Smudged

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
1956 Late Mogollon Pottery Types of the Reserve Area. Fieldiana: Anthropology 36 (7):149-187.

Wilson, C. Dean
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Tabira (Pecos) Plain White

Toulouse, Joseph H., Jr
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Vivian, Gordon
1964 Excavations in a 17th Century Jumano Pueblo, Gran Quivira. National Park Service Archaeological Research Series, No. 8, Washington.

Tabira Black-on-white - Polychrome

Hayes, Alden C., Jon N. Young, and A.H. Warren
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Vivian, Gordon
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Wiseman, Regge N.
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Tallahogan Red

Daifuku, Hiroshi
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Reed, Lori C., Dean Wilson, and Kelley Hays-Gilpin
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Talpa Black-on-white

Adler, Michael A. and Herbert W. Dick
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Dick, Herbert W.
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Taos Black-on-white

Boyer, Jeffrey L. and Daniel Wolfman
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Ellis, Florence H., and J. J. Brody
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Levine, Daisy F.
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Mera, H. P.
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Peckham, Stewart, and Erik K. Reed
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Taos Corrrugated

Adler, Michael A. and Herbert W. Dick
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Wetherington, Ronald K.
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Taos Gray

Levine, Daisy F.
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Mera, H. P.
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Peckham, Stewart, and Erik K. Reed
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Wetherington, Ronald K.
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Taos Incised

Levine, Daisy F.
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Mera, H. P.
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Peckham, Stewart, and Erik K. Reed
1963 Three Sites near Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico. In Highway Salvage Archaeology, Vol. 4, assembled by S. Peckham, pp. 1–28. New Mexico State Highway Department and Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Wetherington, Ronald K.
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Taos Micaceous

Eiselt 2005

Ellis, Florence H., and J. J. Brody
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Woosley, Anne I., and Bart Olinger
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Taos Neckbanded - Coiled

Peckham, Stewart, and Erik K. Reed
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Wetherington, Ronald K.
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Taylor Black-on-white

Wilson, John and Stweart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Reed, Lori S., Joell Goff, and Kathy Niles Hensler
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Techado Polychrome

McGimsey, Charles R. III
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Tesuque Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

Chapman, Kenneth
1938 The Pueblo Indian Pottery of the Post Spanish Period, General Series Bulletin No. 4, Laboratory of Anthropology of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

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

Stevenson, James
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Toulouse, Betty
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Tesuque Smeared Corrugated

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.
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Mera, H. P.
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Powell, Melissa S.
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Wilson, C. Dean

2008 Ceramic Analysis for the Land Conveyance and Transfer Project, Los Alamos National Laboratory. In The Land Conveyance and Transfer Data Recovery Project: 7,000 Years of Land Use on the Pajarito Plateau, Vol. 3: Artifact and Sample Analysis, edited by Bradley J. Vierra and Kari M. Schmidt, pp. 125–256. Cultural Resource Report No. 273. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos.

2011 Analysis of Pottery Recovered from Prehistoric Contexts. In Ogapogeh, the White Shell Water Place: The Prehistoric Component at El Pueblo de Santa Fe (LA 1051), by S. L. Lentz, pp. 187–224. Archaeology Notes, 438. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Wiseman Regge N.
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Tewa Black

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

Dick, Herbert W.
1968 Six Historic Pottery Types from Spanish Sites in new Mexico. In Collected Papers in Honor of Lyndon L. Hargrave, edited by A.H. Schroeder, pp. 77-94. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No.1. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

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

Mera, H. P.
1939 Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. Laboratory of Anthropology Memoris 3, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Snow, David H.
1982 The Rio Grande Glaze, Matte Paint, and Plainware Traditions. In Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review, edited by A.H. Schroeder, pp. 235-278. The Arizona Archaeologist, Vol 15, Phoenix.

Warren, A. Helene
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Wilson C. Dean
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Tewa Buff

Wilson C. Dean
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Tewa Polished Micaceous

Adler, Michael A. and Herbert W. Dick
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Dick, Herbert W.
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Eiselt, Bernice Sunday
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Guthe, Carl E
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Levine, Daisy
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Snow, David
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Tewa Polychrome

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

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

Mera, H. P.
1932 Wares Ancestral to Tewa Polychrome. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 4. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

1939 Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. Laboratory of Anthropology Memoris 3, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Snow, David H.
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Wilson C. Dean
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Wilson, Gordon P,
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Tewa Red

Batkin, Jonathan
1987 Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700 to 1900. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

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

Mera, H. P.
1939 Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. Laboratory of Anthropology Memoris 3, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Wilson C. Dean
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Tewa Unpolished Micaceous

Adler, Michael A. and Herbert W. Dick
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Brugge David
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Dick, Herbert W.
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Eiselt, Bernice Sunday
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Lang, Richard W.
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Warren, A. Helene
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Theodore Black-on-white

Reed, Lori S., Joell Goff, and Kathy Niles Hensler
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Wilson, John P., and Stewart Peckham
1964 Chuska Valley Ceramics. Manuscript on file, Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Three Circle Neckcoiled

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Wilson, C. Dean
1999 Ceramic Types and Attributes. In Archaeology of the Mogollon Highlands Settlement Systems and Adaptations; Volume 4. Ceramics, Miscellaneous Artifacts, Bioarchaeology. Bone Tools and Faunal Analysis, edited by Y.R Oakes and D.A. Zamora, pp 5-86. Office of Archaeological Studies Archaeology Notes 232, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

Three Circle Red-on-white

Haury, Emil W.
1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers No. 19, Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Martin, Paul S., and John B. Rinaldo
1950 Turkey Foot Ridge Site: A Mogollon Village, Pine Lawn Valley Western New Mexico. Fieldiana Anthropology 38 (2), Chicago.

Shafer, Harry J and Robbie L.Brewington
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Three Rivers Red-on-terracotta

Kelley, Jane Holden
1984 The Archaeology of the Sierra Blanca Region of Southeastern New Mexico. Anthropological Papers No. 74. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Mera, H. P., and W. S. Stallings
1931 Lincoln Back-on-red. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series, Bulletin No. 2, Santa Fe.

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Toadlena Black-on-white

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Windes, Thomas C.
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Tocito Neckbanded

Wilson, John P. and Stewart Peckham
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Windes, Thomas C.
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Tohatchi Neckbanded

Olson, Alan P., and William W. Walsley
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Tohatchi Red

Reed, Lori S., and Joell Goff
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Reed, Lori C., Dean Wilson, and Kelley Hays-Gilipin
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Tohatchi Red-on-brown

Reed, Lori S., and Joell Goff
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Tonto Polychrome

Crown, Patricia L.
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Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S. Gladwin
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Lindauer, Owen
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Young, Jon Nathan
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Trampas Black-on-white

Adler, Michael A. and Herbert W. Dick
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Dick, Herbert W.
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Tsegi Black-on-orange

Colton, Harold
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Tsegi Polychrome

Colton, Harold
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Tsegi Red-on-orange

Colton, Harold
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Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
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Tucson Polychrome

Franklin, Hayward H.
1980 Excavation at Second Canyon Ruin, San Pedro Valley, Arizona. Arizona State Museum Contributions to Highway Salvage Archeology in Arizona 60. University of Arizona, Tucson.

Hayden, Julius D.
1957 Excavations 1940, at University Ruin. Southwestern Monuments Associations Technical Series Vol. 5, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Wilson, C. Dean
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Wood, J. Scott
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Tularosa Black-on-white

Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S. Gladwin
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Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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McGimsey, Charles R. III
1980 Mariana Mesa: Seven Prehistoric Settlements in West-Central New Mexico. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Press, Cambridge.

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
1956 Late Mogollon Pottery Types of the Reserve Area. Fieldiana: Anthropology 36 (7):149-187.

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Tularosa Fillet Rim Smudged

Gladwin, Winifred and Gladwin, Harold, S.
1934 A Method for the Designation of Cultures and Their Variants. Medallion Papers No. 15, Globe.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
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Tularosa Patterned Corrugated/Smudged

Kayser, David and Charles Carroll
1988 Report of the Final Field Season - San Augustine Coal Area. Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico, Bureau Management Cultural Resource Series Monograph 5, Santa Fe.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
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Wilson, C. Dean
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Tularosa White-on-red

Nesbitt, Paul
1938 Starkweather Ruin. Logan Museum Publications in Anthropology, Bulletin 6, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin.

Rinaldo, John B., and Elaine Bluhm
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Tunicha Black-on-white

Wilson, John P. and Stewart Peckham
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Tusayan Black-on-red

Colton, Harold S.
1956 Pottery Types of the Soutwest, Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 1, Flagstaff.

Hargrave, L Lyndon
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Tusayan Black-on-white

Gladwin, Winifred, and Harold S. Colton
1930 Some Southwestern Pottery Types, Series I. Medallion Papers VIII, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

Hays-Gilpin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Smith, Watson
1971 Painted Ceramics of the Western Mound at Awatovi, Papers of the Peabody Museum of Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology 38, Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

Tusayan Polychrome

Colton, Harold S.
1956 Pottery Types of the Soutwest, Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 1, Flagstaff.

Hargrave, L Lyndon
1932 Guide to Forty Pottery Types from the Hopi Country and the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin, No. 1, Flagstaff.

Twin Trees Gray

Abel, Leland J.
1955 San Juan Red Ware, Mesa Verde Gray Ware, Mesa Verde White Ware and Sand Juan White Ware, Pottery Types of the Southwest: Wares 5A, 10A, 10B, 12A. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 3B, Flagstaff.

O'Bryan, Deric
1950 Excavations in Mesa Verde National Park. Medallion Papers, No. 39, Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Toll, H. Wolcott, and C. Dean Wilson
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Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
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Vadito Black-on-white

Adler, Michael A. and Herbert W. Dick
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Dick, Herbert W.
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Valencia (Salinas) White

Carrillo, Charles M.
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Wilson C. Dean
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Vallecitos Black-on-white

Makey, James
1982 Vallecito Pueblo (A Fourteenth Century A.D., Ancestral Jemez Site), and La 12761 (A Late Prehistoric-Early Historic Phase Farm House Site)New Mexico. Journal of Intermontain Archaeology 1(2): 80-89.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Pippin, Lonnie C.
1987 Prehistory and Paleoecology of Guadalupe Ruin, New Mexico. University of Utah Anthropological Papers 112, Salt Lake City.

Sundt, William M.
1972 Ceramics in Prieta Vista, A Small Pueblo III Ruin in North-Cental New Mexico, by R. A. Bice and W. M. Sundt, pp. 98-176. Albuquerque Archaeological Society, Albuquerque.

Villa Ahumada Polychrome

Brand, D.D.
1935 The Distribution of Pottery Types in Northwest Mexico. American Anthropologist (2):287-305.

DiPeso, Charles C., John B. Rinaldo, y Gloria C. Fenner
1974 Casas Grandes: A Fallen Trading Center of the Gran Chichimeca,Vol. 6: Ceramics and Shell. Amerind Foundation Publications 9(4–8). Northland Press, Flagstaff.

Sayles, E.B.
1936 Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Paper 22. Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona

White Mesa Black-on-white

Hurst, Winston, Mark Bond and Sloan E Schwindt
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Wilson, C. Dean, and Eric Blinman
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White Mound Black-on-white

Gladwin, Harold S.
1945 The Chaco Branch: Excavation at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley. Medallion Papers 33, a Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.

Haury, Emil W.
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Windes, Thomas C., and Peter J. McKenna
1989 Cibola White Ware and Cibola Grayware: The Chaco Series. Paper presented for the New Mexico Archaeological Council Ceramics Workshop, Northwestern New Mexico Region, Ms. On file, National Park Service, Santa Fe.

Wingate Black-on-red - Polychrome

Carlson, Roy L.
1970 White Mountain Redware Pottery Tradition of East-Central New Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 19. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Gladwin, Winifred, and Harold S. Gladwin
1931 Some Southwestern Pottery Types, Series II. Medallion Papers 7, Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona

Hays-Gilipin, Kelley., and Eric van Hartesveldt
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Mera, H. P.
1934 Observations on Archaeology of the Petrified Forest National Monument. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No, 8, Santa Fe.

Wiyo Black-on-white

Kidder, Alfred V., and Anna O. Sherpard
1936 The Pottey of Peocs, Volume II Glaze Paint, Culinary, and Other Wares. Papers of the Phillips Academy No.7, New Haven.

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.
1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande. Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series Vol. 8. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.

Mera, H. P.
1935 Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Smiley, Terah L., Stanley A. Stubbs, and Bryant Bannister
1953 A Foundation for the Dating of Some Late Archaeological Sites in the Rio Grande Area, New Mexico: Based on Studies in Tree-Ring Methods and Pottery Analysis. Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research Bulletin No. 6. University of Arizona, Tucson.

Stubbs, Stanley A., and W. S. Stallings, Jr.
1953 The Excavation of Pindi Pueblo, New Mexico. Monographs of the School of American Research and the Laboratory of Anthropology No. 18. Santa Fe.

Sundt, William A.
1987 Pottery of Central New Mexico and its Role as Key to Both Time and Space. In Secrets of a City: Papers on Albuquerque Area Archeology, In Honor of Richard A. Rice, edited by A. A.V. Poore and J Montgomery, pp. 116-147. The Archaeological Society of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Wiseman Regge N.
2014 Introduction to Mera’s “Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico. In Since Mera: The Original Eleven Bulletins, With Essays and Opinions Derived from Recent Research, edited by E. J Brown, R. N. Wiseman and Rory P. Gauthier, pp 197-223. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Wilson, C. Dean
2013 The Gradual Development of Systems of Pottery Production and Distribution Across Northern Rio Grande Landscapes. In From Mountaintop to Valley Bottom; Understanding Past Land Use in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, edited by Bradley J. Vierra, pp 161-197. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.



Zia Polychrome

Chapman, Kenneth
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Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

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

Harlow, Francis H. and Dwight P. Lammon
2003 The Pottery of Zia Pueblo, School of American Research, Santa Fe.

Zuni Polychrome

Chapman, Kenneth
1938 The Pueblo Indian Pottery of the Post Spanish Period. General Series Bulletin No. 4, Laboratory of Anthropology of Anthropology, Santa Fe.

Frank, Larry and Francis H. Harlow
1990 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians 1600-1880. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester.

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

Lammon, Dwight P. and Francis H. Harlow
2008 The Pottery of Zuni Pueblo. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.