Southwestern Textile History

  • Amsden, Charles Avery
    1934 Navaho Weaving: Its Technic and History. Fine Arts Press, Santa Ana, California. Reprint, 1972, Rio Grande Press, Glorieta, New Mexico.
  • Barker, Ruth Laughlin
    1930 The Craft of Chimayo. El Palacio 28(6):161–173.
  • Bauer, Elizabeth
    1984 Research for a Catalog of the Navajo Textiles of the Hubbell Trading Post. Unpublished manuscript in the files of Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado, Arizona.
  • Bennett, Kathleen Whitaker
    1981 Navajo Chief Blanket: A Trade Item among Non-Navajo Groups. American Indian Art 7(1):62–69.
  • Bennett, Noël
    1974 The Weaver’s Pathway: A Clarification of the “Spirit Trail” in Navajo Weaving. Northland Press, Flagstaff, Arizona.
  • Bennett, Noël and Tiana Bighorse
    1971 Working with the Wool: How to Weave a Navajo Rug. Northland Press, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • Berlant, Anthony, and Mary Hunt Kahlenberg
    1977 Walk in Beauty: The Navajo and Their Blankets. New York Graphic Society, Boston.
  • Blomberg, Nancy J.
    1988 Navajo Textiles: The William Randolph Hearst Collection. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
  • Bloom, Lansing B.
    1927 Early Weaving in New Mexico. New Mexico Historical Review 2(3):228–238.
  • Blue, Martha
    2000 Indian Trader: The Life and Times of J. L. Hubbell. Kiva Publishing, Walnut, California.
  • Blunn, Cecil T.
    1940 Improvement of the Navajo Sheep. Journal of Heredity 31(3):99–112.
  • Bonar, Eulalie H., editor
    1996 Woven by the Grandmothers: Nineteenth-Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
  • Bowen, Dorothy Boyd
    1979 Introductory Remarks. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 54–56. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • 1979 Handspun Cotton Blankets. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 140–143. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • Bowen, Dorothy Boyd, and Trish Spillman
    1979 Natural and Synthetic Dyes. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 207–211. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • Boyd, E.
    1974 Popular Arts of Spanish New Mexico. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • Brewster, Mela Sedillo
    1937 A Practical Study of the Use of Natural Vegetable Dyes in New Mexico. University of New Mexico Bulletin 306. Albuquerque.
  • Brody, J. J.
    1976 Between Traditions: Navajo Weaving toward the End of the Nineteenth Century. University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City.
  • Bryan, Nonabah G.
    1940 Navajo Native Dyes: Their Preparation and Use. Compiled by Stella Young. Division of Education, Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Department of Interior. Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas.
  • Clark, Neil M.
    1953 The Weavers of Chimayo. Vergara Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Colton, Mary-Russell Ferrell
    1965 Hopi Dyes. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 41. Flagstaff, Arizona.
  • Dickey, Roland F.
    1949 New Mexico Village Arts. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • Dockstader, Frederick J.
    1993 Weaving Arts of the North American Indian. Rev. ed. Icon Editions, New York.
  • Douglas, Frederic H.
    1930–1955 Denver Art Museum Leaflet Series. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1969 [1937--1953] Material Culture Notes, vols. 1–22 [in single volume]. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1930 Navaho Spinning, Dyeing, and Weaving. Indian Leaflet 3. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1938 Notes on Hopi Brocading. Plateau 11:35–38. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff.
  • 1939 Acoma Pueblo Weaving and Embroidery. Indian Leaflet 89. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1939 Weaving in the Tewa Pueblos. Indian Leaflet 90. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1939 Weaving of the Keres Pueblos/Weaving of the Tiwa Pueblos and Jemez. Indian Leaflet 91. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1940 Main Types of Pueblo Woolen Textiles. Indian Leaflet 94. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1940 Main Types of Pueblo Woolen Textiles. Indian Leaflet 95. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • 1940 Weaving at Zuni Pueblo. Indian Leaflet 96–97. Denver Art Museum, Denver.
  • Dunton, Nellie, compiler
    1935 The Spanish Colonial Ornament and the Motifs Depicted in the Textiles of the Period of the American Southwest. H. C. Perleberg, Philadelphia.
  • Dutton, Bertha P.
    1961 Navajo Weaving Today. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • Emery, Irene
    1952 Naming the Direction of the Twist in Yarn and Cordage. El Palacio 59(8 ):251–262. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.
  • 1966 The Primary Structures of Fabrics. The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C.
  • Fisher, Nora
    1979 Weft Ikat Blankets. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 133–139. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • Fisher, Nora, editor
    1979 Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Reprint, 1994, as Rio Grande Textiles, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • 1994 Rio Grande Textiles. New edition of Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
  • Fontana, Bernard L., Edmond J. B. Faubert, and Barney T. Burns
    1977 The Other Southwest: Indian Arts and Crafts of Northwestern Mexico. The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Franciscan Fathers
    1910 An Ethnologic Dictionary of the Navaho Language. St. Michaels Press, St. Michaels, Arizona.
  • Gustafson, Paula
    1980 Salish Weaving. Douglas and McIntyre, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Hassell, Sandy
    1955 Navaho Rugs. Unpublished manuscript, University of Colorado Museum, Boulder.
  • Hays-Gilpin, Kelley Ann, Ann Cordy Deegan, and Elizabeth Ann Morris
    1998 Prehistoric Sandals from Northeastern Arizona: The Earl H. Morris and Ann Axtell Morris Research. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, no. 62. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
  • Hedlund, Ann Lane
    1983 Contemporary Navajo Weaving: An Ethnography of a Native Craft. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • 1987 Commercial Materials in Modern Navajo Rugs. The Textile Museum Journal 25:83–94. Washington, D.C.
  • 1989 The Study of Nineteenth-Century Southwestern Textiles. In “Perspectives on Anthropological Collections from the American Southwest,” edited by Ann Lane Hedlund, pp. 121–138. Arizona State University Anthropological Research Papers 40. Tempe.
  • 1990 Beyond the Loom: Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado.
  • 1993 Joe Ben Wheat. In “Why Museums Collect: Papers in Honor of Joe Ben Wheat,” edited by Meliha S. Duran and David F. Kirkpatrick, pp. 1–11. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no. 19. Albuquerque.
  • 1996 More of Survival than an Art: Comparing Late Nineteenth and Late Twentieth-Century Lifeways and Weaving. In Woven by the Grandmothers: Nineteenth-Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian, edited by Eulalie H. Bonar, pp. 47–67. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
  • 1997 Navajo Weaving from the Santa Fe Collection, 1971–1996. National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City.
  • Hedlund, Ann Lane, and Louise Stiver
    1991 Wedge Weave Textiles of the Navajo. American Indian Art 16(3):54–65.
  • Hollister, Uriah S.
    1903 The Navajo and His Blanket. Denver. Reprint, 1972, Rio Grande Press, Glorieta, New Mexico.
  • 1910 Catalogue of the U.S. Hollister Collection. American Museum of Natural History, New York.
  • Hollowell, Betty Barwell
    1948 Development and Use of Native Dyes in Navajo Rug Craft. Master’s thesis, Department of Household Arts, Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College [Oklahoma State University], Stillwater.
  • Hubbell, J. L.
    1902 Navajo Blankets and Indian Curios: Catalogue and Price List. Ganado, Apache County, Arizona (pamphlet). Press of Hollister Brothers, Chicago.
  • Irving, W. David S.
    1981 Pima Weaving: The Demise of a Major Indigenous Textile Industry. M.A. thesis, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado.
  • James, George Wharton
    1914 Indian Blankets and Their Makers. Edith E. Farnsworth, Chicago. Reprint, 1974, Rio Grande Press, Glorieta, New Mexico.
  • Jeter, James, and Paula Marie Juelke
    1978 The Saltillo Sarape. New World Arts, Santa Barbara, California.
  • Jett, Stephen C.
    1993 Oriental Carpets and the Storm Pattern Navajo Rug Design. In “Why Museums Collect: Papers in Honor of Joe Ben Wheat,” edited by Meliha S. Duran and David F. Kirkpatrick, pp. 103–125. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no. 19. Albuquerque.
  • Jones, Courtney R.
    1945 Spindle-Spinning, Navajo Style. Plateau 18:43–51. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff.
  • Kahlenberg, Mary Hunt, and Anthony Berlant
    1972 The Navajo Blanket. Praeger, Los Angeles, in association with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
  • Kasha, Michael
    1948 Dye Analysis of Chihuahua Textiles. Carnegie Institution Contributions to American Archaeology and Anthropology 45. Pittsburgh.
  • Kent, Kate Peck
    1940 The Braiding of a Hopi Wedding Sash. Plateau 12:46–52. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff.
  • 1945 A Comparison of Prehistoric and Modern Pueblo Weaving. The Kiva 10:14–20. Arizona Archaeological Society, Tucson.
  • 1957 The Cultivation and Weaving of Cotton in the Prehistoric Southwestern United States. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society n.s. 47. Philadelphia.
  • 1961 The Story of Navaho Weaving. The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • 1983 Prehistoric Textiles of the Southwest. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • 1983 Pueblo Indian Textiles: A Living Tradition. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • 1985 Navajo Weaving: Three Centuries of Change. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Kluckhohn, Clyde, W. W. Hill, and Lucy Wales Kluckhohn
    1971 Navaho Material Culture. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  • Lange, Frederick, and Diana Leonard
    1993 The University of Colorado Museum’s Anthropology Collections: A Legacy from Joe Ben Wheat. In “Why Museums Collect: Papers in Honor of Joe Ben Wheat,” edited by Meliha S. Duran and David F. Kirkpatrick, pp. 137–152. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no. 19. Albuquerque.
  • Lee, Raymond E.
    1948 Cochineal Production and Trade in New Spain to 1600. Americas. 4:449–473.
  • Lester, Francis E.
    1904 The Francis E. Lester Company: Indian Rugs Woven to Order, Fine Navajo Blankets, Pottery, Baskets, Mexican Drawnwork, Mexican Fire Opals. Mesilla Park, New Mexico.
  • Lucero, Helen R., and Suzanne Baizerman
    1999 Chimayo Weaving: The Transformation of a Tradition. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • Macauley, Suzanne P.
    2000 Stitching Rites: Colcha Embroidery along the Northern Rio Grande. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
  • Mahaney, Nancy
    1993 Navajo Rug Styles: Interpreting Ethnographic Art through Computer Technology. In “Why Museums Collect: Papers in Honor of Joe Ben Wheat,” edited by Meliha S. Duran and David F. Kirkpatrick, pp. 153–173. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no. 19. Albuquerque.
  • Mainella, William E.
    1957 The Navaho Blanket. Dyestuffs, March. Allied Chemical Corporation, New York.
  • Matthews, Washington
    1884 Navajo Weavers. In “Third Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology for 1881–1882,” pp. 371–391. Washington, D.C. Reprint, 1968, Filter Press, Palmer Lake, Colorado.
  • 1893 Navajo Dye Stuffs. Smithsonian Annual Report for 1891, pp. 613–616. Washington, D.C.
  • 1900 A Two-Faced Navaho Blanket. American Anthropologist 2:638–642.
  • 1904 The Navaho Yellow Dye. American Anthropologist 6:194.
  • Maxwell, Gilbert S.
    1963 Navajo Rugs: Past, Present, and Future. Desert-Southwest, Palm Desert, California.
  • Mayes, Vernon O., and Barbara Bayless Lacy
    1989 Nanise: A Navajo Herbal, One Hundred Plants from the Navajo Reservation. Navajo Community College, Tsaile, Arizona.
  • McGreevy, Susan Brown
    1997 Matthews’ Studies of Navajo Arts. In “Washington Matthews: Studies of Navajo Culture, 1880–1894,” edited by Katherine Spencer Halpern and Susan Brown McGreevy, pp. 16–27. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • McKay, Mary Terence, and Lisa Trujillo
    1999 The Centinela Weavers of Chimayo: Unfolding Tradition. Centinela Traditional Arts, Chimayo, New Mexico.
  • McNeal, Lyle G.
    1986 The Utah State University Navajo (Churro) Sheep Project: Its History, Development, and Economic Implications. In “Wool on a Small Scale: Proceedings of the First National Conference for Small Flock Growers and Wool Crafters,” edited by Lyle G. McNeal, pp. 30–38. Department of Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.
  • McNitt, Frank
    1962 The Indian Traders. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
  • Mena, Ramon
    1926 El Zarape. Talleres Gráficos del Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Historia y Etnografía, Mexico City.
  • Mera, Harry Percival
    1938–40 (circa) Navajo Textile Arts, Pamphlet Series. Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • 1939 Wedge-Weave Blankets. Laboratory of Anthropology General Series, Bulletin 9. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • 1943 Pueblo Indian Embroidery. Memoirs of the Laboratory of Anthropology 4. Reprint, 1975, William Gannon, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • 1948 Navajo Textile Arts. School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Reprint, 1975, with additions by Roger and Jean Moss, Peregrine Smith, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • 1949 The Alfred I. Barton Collection of Southwestern Textiles. San Vicente Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Revised edition, 1975, with additional essays by Joe Ben Wheat, Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.
  • 1987 Spanish-American Blanketry: Its Relationship to Aboriginal Weaving in the Southwest. Introduction by Kate Peck Kent; foreword by E. Boyd. School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Moore, J. B.
    1903 (circa) Fine Navajo Blankets. J. B. Moore, Crystal, New Mexico.
  • 1911 The Navajo. J. B. Moore, Crystal, New Mexico.
  • Pendleton, Mary
    1974 Navajo and Hopi Weaving Techniques. Collier Books, New York.
  • Pepper, George H.
    1902 The Making of a Navajo Blanket. Everybody’s Magazine 6(1):33–43. North American Company, New York.
  • 1903 Native Navajo Dyes. The Papoose (journal of the Hyde Exploring Expedition) 1:3–12. New York.
  • American Indian—Heye Foundation, New York (not relocated by Wheat in 1990).
  • Reichard, Gladys A.
    1934 Spider Woman: A Story of Navajo Weavers and Chanters. Macmillan, New York. Reprint, 1997, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • 1936 Navajo Shepherd and Weaver. J. J. Augustin, New York. Reprint, 1984, Rio Grande Press, Glorieta, New Mexico.
  • 1939 Dezba, Woman of the Desert. J. J. Augustin, New York.
  • Rodee, Marian
    1977 Southwestern Weaving. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • 1981 Old Navajo Rugs: Their Development from 1900 to 1940. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • 1987 Weaving of the Southwest from the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico. Schiffer Press, West Chester, Pennsylvania.
  • Roediger, Virginia More
    1941 Ceremonial Costumes of the Pueblo Indians: Their Evolution, Fabrication, and Significance in Prayer. University of California Press, Berkeley. Reprint, 1991, with a new introduction by Fred Eggan, University of California Press.
  • Sinclair, John L.
    1961 The Looms of Chimayo. Westways, Los Angeles.
  • Spiegelberg, A. F.
    1904 Navajo Blankets. Out West 20:447–449. Los Angeles.
  • Spier, Leslie
    1924 Zuni Weaving Techniques. American Anthropologist n.s. 26(1):64–85.
  • Stevenson, Matilda Coxe
    1987 Dress and Adornment of the Pueblo Indians. Edited by Richard V. N. Ahlstrom and Nancy J. Parezo. The Kiva 52(4):275–312. Arizona Archaeological Society, Tucson.
  • Stoller, Irene Philip
    1977 The Revival Period in Navajo Weaving. In Ethnographic Textiles of the Western Hemisphere, edited by Irene Emery and Patricia Fiske, pp. 453–466. The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C.
  • Tanner, Clara Lee
    1968 Southwest Indian Craft Arts. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
  • Taylor, Tobi
    1999 Achxostl’ool: A Study of Navajo Saddle Cinches. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, Tempe.
  • 2000 Navajo Woven Saddle Cinches. American Indian Art 25(3):70–77.
  • Teague, Lynn S.
    1998 Textiles in Southwestern Prehistory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • Tierney, Gail
    1977 Plants for the Dyepot. El Palacio 83(3):28–35. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.
  • 1979 Dye Plants Native to New Mexico. With the assistance of Mary Klare. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 217–220. Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Tschopik, Harry S., Jr.
    1938 Taboo as a Possible Factor Involved in the Obsolescence of Navaho Pottery and Basketry. American Anthropologist 40(2):257–262.
  • 1940 Navaho Basketry: A Study of Culture Change. American Anthropologist 42(3):444–462.
  • Underhill, Ruth
    1944 Pueblo Crafts. Indian Handcraft 7. Education Division, U.S. Indian Service, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • 1953 Here Come the Navaho! Indian Life and Customs. U.S. Indian Service, Lawrence, Kansas.
  • 1956 The Navajos. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
  • Washburn, Dorothy K.
    1993 Structural Analysis of Design on Navajo Sarapes from the Nineteenth Century. In “Why Museums Collect: Papers in Honor of Joe Ben Wheat,” edited by Meliha S. Duran and David F. Kirkpatrick, pp. 225–238. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no. 19. Albuquerque.
  • Webster, Laurie Diane
    1997 Effects of European Contact on Textile Production and Exchange in the North American Southwest: A Pueblo Case Study. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson.
  • Wheat, Joe Ben
    1955 Prehistoric People of the Northern Southwest. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Bulletin 12. Grand Canyon, Arizona. (2d edition, 1959; 3d edition, revised, 1963.)
  • 1974 Patterns and Sources of Navajo Weaving. Colorado State University Center Gallery, Fort Collins.
  • 1974 Navajo Blankets from the Collection of Anthony Berlant. University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson.
  • 1974 Three Centuries of Navajo Weaving. Arizona Highways 50(7).
  • 1975 Patterns and Sources of Navajo Weaving. Harmsen’s Western Americana Collection, Denver.
  • 1975 Foreword. In “Navajo Pictorial Weaving,” by Charlene Cerny, p. 3. Museum of New Mexico Foundation, Santa Fe.
  • 1976 The Navajo Chief Blanket. American Indian Art 1(3):43–52.
  • 1976 Navajo, Pueblo and Spanish-American Blanket Weavers of the American Southwest. In Proceedings of the Forty-first International Congress of Americanists, vol. 3, pp. 22–25. Mexico City.
  • 1976 Navajo Textiles in the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection. In “Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection: An Exhibition,” pp. 9–47. The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • 1976 Old Pawn. In Ray Manley’s “Portraits and Turquoise of Southwest Indians,” edited by Clara Lee Tanner, pp. 91–96. Ray Manley, Tucson, Arizona.
  • 1976 Spanish-American and Navajo Weaving: 1600 to Now. In “Collected Papers in Honor of Marjorie Ferguson Lambert,” edited by Albert H. Schroeder, pp. 199–226. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no. 3. Albuquerque.
  • 1976 Weaving. In “Arizona Highways: Indian Arts and Crafts,” edited by Clara Lee Tanner, pp. 30–67. Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix.
  • 1977 Documentary Basis for Material Changes and Design Styles in Navajo Blanket Weaving. In “Ethnographic Textiles of the Western Hemisphere,” edited by Irene Emery and Patricia Fiske, pp. 420–440. Irene Emery Roundtable on Museum Textiles, 1976 Proceedings. The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C.
  • 1977 Patterns and Sources of Navajo Weaving. In “Patterns and Sources of Navajo Weaving,” edited by W. D. Harmsen, pp. 11–14, 28–68. Harmsen?s Western Americana Collection, Denver.
  • 1978 Essays and comments in the revised edition of The Alfred I. Barton Collection of Southwestern Textiles, by H. P. Mera. Edited by Dorothy Downs. Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.
  • 1978 Navajo Blankets: Australian Exhibition 1978–79. Art Gallery of South Australia, Netley, South Australia.
  • 1979 The Materials of Southwestern Weaving. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 196–200. Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • 1979 Rio Grande, Pueblo, and Navajo Weavers: Cross-Cultural Influence. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 29–36. Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • 1979 Saltillo Sarapes of Mexico. In Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fisher, pp. 74–82. Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • 1979 Weaving. In Enduring Visions, edited by Philip M. Holstein and Donnelley Erdman, pp. 24–39. Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, Aspen, Colorado.
  • 1981 Early Navajo Weaving. In “Tension and Harmony: The Navajo Rug,” edited by Stephen Trimble. Plateau 52(4):2–9. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff.
  • 1984 Southwestern Weaving. In “The Elkus Collection: Southwestern Indian Art,” edited by Dorothy K. Washburn, pp. 123–174. California Academy of Science, San Francisco.
  • 1984 The Gift of Spiderwoman. In “Southwestern Textiles: The Navajo Tradition,” pp. 13–47. University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
  • 1987 Blanket Weavers of the Southwest: Navajo, Pueblo, and Spanish. First draft. Manuscript dated 12 April 1987. University of Colorado Museum, Boulder.
  • 1988 American Indian Weaving: Early Trade and Commerce before the Curio Shop. Oriental Rug Review 8(4):35–40; 8(5):11–14.
  • 1988 Early Trade and Commerce in Southwestern Textiles before the Curio Shop. In “Reflections: Papers on Southwestern Culture History in Honor of Charles H. Lange,” edited by Anne V. Poore, pp. 57–72. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no. 14. Santa Fe.
  • 1988 Textiles in the North American Indian Collections of the Lowe Art Museum. University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.
  • 1988 The Boschan Sarape. In the auction catalogue Important American Indian Art, Tuesday, 29 November 1988. Sotheby’s, New York.
  • 1988 Transcription of audiotaped interview with Joe Ben Wheat by Pat Lawrence, 8 May 1988, part of the Southwest Textiles Documentation Project. University of Colorado Museum, Boulder.
  • 1990 Introduction and Observations. In “Beyond the Loom,” by Ann Lane Hedlund, edited by Teresa Wilkins and Diana Leonard, pp. 1–4. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado.
  • 1996 Navajo Blankets. In “Woven by the Grandmothers: Nineteenth-Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian,” edited by Eulalie H. Bonar, pp. 69–85. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
  • 1996 Southwest Textiles. In “Dictionary of Art,” edited by Jane Shoaf Turner, vol. 22. Macmillan, London; Grove’s Dictionaries, New York.
  • 1996 Transcription of videotaped interview with Joe Ben Wheat by Jerry Becker and Tom Murray, 3–5 August 1996. University of Colorado Museum, Boulder.
  • Whipple, Amiel W., Thomas Ewbank, and William W. Turner
    1856 Report upon the Indian Tribes. Report of Explorations for a Railroad Route, near the Thirty-Fifth Parallel of North Latitude, from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, 1853–1854. Senate Executive Document 78, 33d Congress, 2d Session, Washington, D.C.
  • Whitaker, Kathleen
    1986 Navajo Weaving Design: 1750–1900. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles.
  • 1998 Common Threads: Pueblo and Navajo Textiles in the Southwest Museum. Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.
  • 1999 George Wharton James: The Controversial Author of Indian Blankets and Their Makers. American Indian Art 25(1):66–77.
  • Whiting, Mark C.
    1980 The Dyes in Turkmen Carpets. In “Turkmen Tribal Carpets and Traditions,” edited by Louise W. Mackie and Jon Thompson, pp. 217–224. The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C.
  • Wilkins, Teresa Jo
    1993 Unexpected Histories: The Cultural Biographies of Two Navajo Blankets. In “Why Museums Collect: Papers in Honor of Joe Ben Wheat,” edited by Meliha S. Duran and David F. Kilpatrick, pp. 257–267. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, no 19. Albuquerque.
  • 1999 Producing Culture across the Colonial Divide: Navajo Reservation Trading Posts and Weaving. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • Wright, Barton
    1979 Hopi Material Culture: Artifacts Gathered by H. R. Voth in the Fred Harvey Collection. Northland Press, Flagstaff, Arizona.
  • Wroth, William
    1999 Sarape Textiles from Historic Mexico. The Mexican Sarape: A History. St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Wyman, Leland C., and Charles H. Amsden
    1934 A Patchwork Cloak. The Masterkey 8:133–187. Southwest Museum, Los Angeles.

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