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Thoughts on the Non-Smothering Paradigm

I was excited to read Rod Swenson’s excellent article in the November 2014 issue of Pottery Southwest (http://www.unm.edu/~psw/PDFs/PSW-Volume-30r.pdf). He has definitely thought outside the box to come up with some interesting ideas on firing Anazasi style black on white pottery, the information he presents in his article will cause many replicators to rethink or at …

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Southwest Pottery Renaissance

When the Spanish first entered the Southwest in 1540 they found crumbling ruins of abandoned pueblos. Vast areas of the Southwest had been depopulated by pueblo dwelling peoples about one-hundred years before the Coronado expedition arrived, leaving behind ruins, broken pottery and many unanswered questions. One thing about the abandoned pueblos all over the Southwest …

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