Navajo Weaving Three Centuries Of Change By Kate Peck Kent


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Navajo Weaving traces this art from about 1650 when loom processes were learned from the Pueblo Indians to the present day of regional styles and commercial markets. Kent discusses history, styles, and methods used in Navajo weaving, observing changes in yarns, dyes, designs, and types of textiles resulting from trade with Spaniards, Mexicans, and Anglo-Americans. Kate Peck Kent was professor emerita of anthropology at the University of Denver, a research associate at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and a resident scholar at the School of American Research. Dr. Kent has also written Pueblo Indian Textiles and Spanish-American Blanketry.

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Weight 19.50 oz
Dimensions 10 × 8.5 × .50 in


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