McGregor, John C.

Southwestern Archaeology.

John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1941.

This is the most recent and complete statement on the subject. Meant for college classes, the book gives a clear, factual account of each of the village groups in the Southwest with the equipment which they manufactured at different stages. Houses, tools and pottery are amply illustrated. Excellent bibliographies for those who want further reading on archaeology.

Colton, H. S.

Stages in Arizona Prehistory.

MNA-MN. Vol. 8, No. 1

Brief summary with table placing the different crafts.

Bartlett, Katherine

Life in Pueblo II*

MNA-MN. Vol. 6, No. 3.

Brief description of food, dress, crafts, etc., at a time a little later than the above.

Gifford, E. W.

Culture Element Distributions, XII Apache-Pueblo.

UC-AR 4:1, 1940.

This publication, of an entirely different sort from the others, lists a long array of "traits" concerned with crafts and customs, marking each present or absent. A valuable reference work in connection with other material. Walpi (Hopi) is one of four pueblos treated.

Bartlett, Katherine

How to Appreciate Hopi Handcrafts.

MNA-MN, Vol. 9, No. 1.

Colton, Mary Russel F.

Technique of the Mojor Hopi Crofts.

MNA-MN, Vol. 3, No. 12. The Hopi Craftsman

MNA-MN. Vol. 3, No. 1.

Douglas, Frederic H.

Basketry Construction Techniques.

DAM-L 67 1935.

Southwestern Twined, Wicker and Plaited Basketry.

DAM-L 99, 100 1940.

Hough, Walter

The Hopi Indian Collection in the U. S. National Museum.

USNM, Proceedings, Vol. 54 1919.

Pictures and descriptions of basketry articles.

HOPI

Jeancon, Jean and Douglas, Frederic H.

Hopi Indian Basketry.

DAM-L 17 1930.

Mason, Otis T.

Aboriginal American Basketry.

U. S. National Museum, Annual Report, 1902.

Weltfisch, Gene

Prehistoric North American Basketry Techniques and Modern Distributions.

AA, Vol. 32, No. 3, 1934.

JEMEZ

Stevenson, James

Illustrated catalogue of the collections obtained from the Indians of

New Mexico.

BAE-R, 2, 1880-81.

Good pictures of the basket on pages 370 and 391.

Williamson, Ten Broeck

The Jemez Yucca Ring Basket.

EL Palacio, Vol. XLII, Nos. 7, 8, 9, 1937.

Colton, Mary Russel F.

The Arts and Crafts of the Hopi Indians.

MNA-MN, Vol. 11, No. 1.

Technique of the Major Hopi Crafts.

MNA-MN, Vol. 3, No. 12. The Hopi Craftsman.

MNA-MN, Vol. 3, No. 1.

Wool for Our Indian Weavers, What Shall It Be?

MNA-MN, Vol. 4, No. 12.

Douglas, Frederic H.

1. ;Main Types of Pueblo Cotton Textiles. DAM-L, 92-93. 1940.

2. ;Indian Cloth Making. DAM-L, 59-60. 1937.

3. ;Main Types of Pueblo Woolen Textiles. DAM-L, 94-95. 1940.

Hopi Indian Weaving.

DAM-L, 18. 1930. Weaving at Zuni Pueblo.

DAM-L, 96-97. 1940.

Weaving in the Keres Pueblos and in the Tiwa Pueblos and Jemez.

DAM-L, 91. 1939.

Acoma Pueblo Weaving and Embroidery.

DAM-L, 89. 1939. Weaving in the Tewa Pueblos.

DAM-L, 90. 1939.

The above form a useful summary of the subject, with photographs many of which the author has kindly allowed us to reproduce here.

Notes on Hopi Brocading.

MNA-MN, Vol. 11, No. 4, 1931.

This is a detailed description of brocading or embroidery weaving which could be used by a weaver.

Lewton, Frederic L.

The Cotton of the Hopi Indians: A New Species of Gossypium.

SI-MC, LX, 1913.

Kent, Kate Peck

The Braiding of o Hopi Wedding Sash.

MNA-P, Jan. 1940.

A careful step-by-step description of this intricate process with diagrams, some of which are reproduced in this book.

Notes on the Weaving of Prehistoric Textiles.

MNA-P, Vol. 14, No. 1, July 1941.

An excellent summary of all that is known on the pueblos, with diagrams and lists of specimens.

MacLeish, Kenneth

Notes on Hopi Belt Weaving at Moenkopi.

AA, Vol. 42, No. 2. 1940.

Valuable detailed description with diagrams.

Mason, O. T.

A Primitive Weaving Frame.

USNM-R, 1899.

Description of the reed heddle used on the belt loom.

Speir, Leslie

Zuni Weaving Technique.

AA, Vol. 26, No. 1, 1924.

A careful description with diagrams which will serve for all pueblos. Includes both blanket and waist looms.

Zuni Weaving.

EP, 1924, Vol. 16, No. 12. Stevenson, James

Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained from the Indians of New Mexico.

BAE-R, No. 2, 1880-81.

This catalogue, useful for reference on all pueblo handicrafts, contains fine colored pictures of Hopi textiles as well as drawing of a weaver, opp. p. 455.