The Beginnings of Pottery Making in the San Juan Area: Unfired Prototypes and the Wares of the Earliest Ceramic Period
Author(s): Earl H. Morris
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The Beginnings of Pottery Making in the San Juan Area: Unfired Prototypes and the Wares of the Earliest Ceramic Period. Earl H. Morris. Anthropological Papers ,28-1. New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History. 1927 ( tDAR id: 278116)
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