AA References for Discussions on Classification

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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.




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