Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, 1975. Unillustrated database of the baskets and textiles in the museum collection with provenances. Cultural Resource Records No. 1.
North American Indian Textiles
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Philadelphia: The University Museum, 1920. 3 color plates 2 black and white. Handbook for the collection of American Indian art at Penn State.
Salt Lake City: Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, 1970. 8 black and white figures 5 tables. Doctoral dissertation. An analysis of over 5,000 specimens of coiled, plaited and twined basketry from the three major Western Archaic textile complexes, the Oregon, the Eastern Nevada, and Western Basin complexes of western...
Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2000. 125 black and white. Scarce. Scholarly overview of current research on New World archaeological fabrics. "In recent years, archaeological textile research has undergone a major expansion in scope. Once primarily concerned with the simple description of fabrics, basketry, and cordage, textile researchers...
Leyton, UT: Gibbs-Smith, 1992. 300 color plates and many historical black and white photographs. Pre-1940 machine made wool blankets in American Indian designs chiefly for trade to Native Americans. "For all Native American cultures, from the Plains and Southwest people to the tribes of the Northwest Coast, the blanket makes...
Claremont: Claremont Colleges, 1979. 157 black and white. From the galleries of the Claremont colleges.
Ann Arbor: UMI Dissertation Services, 1988 (1999). 10 black and white figures. Ohio State University doctoral thesis analyzing preserved textiles from burials attributed to high and low status groups within the Caddoan culture (900-1500 AD), the western most of the Mississippian cultural systems. Prof. Kuttruff is Head of the Department...
Fargo: North Dakota Council on the Arts, 1988. 27 color plates 21 black and white. Exhibition catalog of contemporary Plains Indian needlework quilts in traditional designs with interviews with the artists about their histories and current uses.
Albany: New York State Museum, 1850. 17 color plates 27 black and white + 2 black and white 4 plates of maps. Third Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, and the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Annexed Thereto. Several...
New York: Museum of the American Indian, 1926. 1 color plate 2 black and white 7 figures. Museum of the American Indian. Heye Foundation #5.
Regina: Dunlop Art Gallery, 1988. 1 color plate 6 black and white. Uncommon museum exhibition catalog of hooked rugs from the Standing Buffalo Reserve woven in the 1960s in traditional Dakota First Nation designs.
Bolton: Skinner, 1991. Sale #1353. Most lots illustrated in color and black and white.
Bolton: Skinner, 1993. Sale #1487. Most lots illustrated in color and black and white.
Bolton: Skinner, 1993. Sale #1519. Most lots illustrated in color and black and white.
New York. Black and White Illustrations. Prices realized list. Sale #4237. 384 lots.
New York: Sotheby's, 2000. Color and Black and White Illus. Sale #7476. 761 lots.
Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1996. 66 black and white plates. Fieldiana Anthropology New Series No. 26. Material includes tools, bags, jewelry, pipes, clothing, hats, shoes, drums, toys, shields, spoons, and jewelry.
Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1992. 53 black and white plates. Fieldiana Anthropology New Series No. 19. Material includes bows, arrows, gun cases, knives, dresses, shirts, coats, leggings, belts, moccasins, pipes, jewelry, pipe bags, drums, and toys.
New York: The American Museum of Natural History, 1941. Unillustrated. Anthropological Papers of The American Museum of Natural History Volume XXXVIII, Part I.