Dwight P. Lanmon and Francis H. Harlow take the reader on a wonderful journey through the small village of Santa Ana Pueblo in north-central New Mexico has for centuries made distinctive pottery for domestic and ritual use. In this book, the authors relate new ideas about the evolution of pottery styles made at Santa Ana and compare these styles with those found elsewhere in the Pueblo ceramic tradition. In particular, this richly visual study describes the chronological sequence of forms and designs based on evidence not heretofore available.
Hardcover, 248 pages
Published by the Museum of New Mexico Press, first edition 2005