Beyond cloth and cordage [electronic resource] : archaeological textile research in the Americas / edited by Penelope Ballard Drooker and Laurie D. Webster.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, c2000.
Description
xi, 339 p. : ill, maps.

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Notes
Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 283-326) and index.
Language note
English
Contents
  • Archaeological textile research in the Americas / Laurie D. Webster, with Penelope Ballard Drooker
  • Handling archaeological textile remains in the field and laboratory / Jenna Tedrick Kuttruff and Mary Strickland-Olsen
  • Microanalytical methods for studying prehistoric textile fibers / Kathryn A. Jakes
  • Prehistoric textiles : production, function, semiotics / Annette G. Ericksen, Kathryn A. Jakes, and Virginia S. Wimberley
  • Spinning and plying : anthropological directions / C. Jill Minar
  • Spin and twist as cultural markers : a New England perspective on native fiber industries / James B. Petersen and Jack A. Wolford
  • Ancient matting from spirit cave, Nevada : technical implications / Catherine S. Fowler, Eugene M. Hattori, and Amy J. Dansie
  • The Mexican connection : a study of sociotechnical change in perishable manufacture and food production in prehistoric New Mexico / D. C. Hyland and J. M. Adovasio
  • Revealing clothes : textiles of the Upper Ruin, Tonto National Monument / Lynn S. Teague
  • The economics of Pueblo textile production and exchange in colonial New Mexico / Laurie D. Webster
  • Textile research from the Mesoamerican perspective / Patricia R. Anawalt
  • Andean textiles from village and cemetery : Caserones in the Tarapac Valley, North Chile / Amy Oakland Rodman
  • Prehistoric Andean ethnicity and status : the textile evidence
  • Vicki Cassman.
ISBN
1-60781-802-7
OCLC
70773623
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