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  • Culture: American Indians
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. 2: Lucy's daughters Emma and Dolores prepare clay. Clay is turned into a thick slip and screened through a nylon mesh curtain
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. 3: Lucy's daughters Emma and Dolores prepare clay. Dolores foot-wedges clay into plasticity
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. Corrugated Pot no. 1: Potter rolls a long thin coil and forms a spiral for the bottom
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992)
    • Acoma Pueblo. Corrugated Pot no. 4: The lip is cut and smoothed
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992)
    • Acoma Pueblo. Painting no. 3: potter applies hematite pigment to form fine line star pattern.
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery process. Painting no. 1: Emma grinds a pigment rock with a little water, a cake of cuaco is ground into pigment as a binder, consistency is tested with a yucca brush
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery process. Painting no. 2: Potter applies the pigments for "eye dazler" pattern.
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery. Corrugated Pot no. 2: Outside surface of base is textured with a special carved cedar stick
    • Pottery
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    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery. Corrugated Pot no. 3: The bottom is widened with more coils, smoothed, textured, and then put in a Huditz
    • Pottery
    • Ako Polychrome Jars

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992)
    • Acoma Pueblo. Three clay pots with painted designs
    • Pottery
    • Miniature Settee

    • Huron-Wendat
    • An elaborate piece of doll's furniture or a display model demonstrating the uses of Huron - Wendat's embroidery in soft furnishings.
    • Cloth and moose hair

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