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Pueblo Crafts

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Code: 978-0-910584-51-7
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Reprint of a 1944 publication of the Bureau of Indian affairs covering basketry, weaving, pottery, stone tools, music, and painting of native Pueblo culture of the Southwest.

Ruth Underhill was born into an upper middle-class Quaker family in New York, in 1884. After a B.A. at Vassar, social work in the Eastern U.S. and service with the American Red Cross in Italy during World War I, Underhill enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Anthropology at Columbia University. A feminist, she studied with Franz Boas, Ruth Benedict, and Gladys Reichard before embarking on a series of field research trips among the Tohono O'Odham.



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