About 19th Century Textiles from the American Southwest
Blomberg, Nancy J.
- 1988 Navajo Textiles: The William Randolph Hearst Collection. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
Bonar, Eulalie, editor
- 1996 Woven by the Grandmothers: Nineteenth-Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.
Duffy, Kathryn M., and Ann Lane Hedlund
- 2007 Understanding Chronology in Historic Period Navajo Textiles: Red Dye Analysis. SAS Bulletin, Newsletter of the Society for Archaeological Sciences 30(1):20-23.
- 1966 The Primary Structures of Fabrics. The Textile Museum, Washington, DC.
Fisher, Nora, compiler and editor
- 1994 Rio Grande Textiles. Museum of New Mexico Press.
Hedlund, Ann Lane
- 2015 “Recycled Reds: Raveled Insect-Dyed Yarns in Blankets of the American Southwest.” A Red Like No Other: How Cochineal Colored the World, ed. by Carmella Padilla and Barbara Anderson. Pp. 146-157. Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe/Skira Rizzoli, New York.
- 2010 “Three Southwestern Textile Traditions.” In Converging Streams: Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Native American and Hispanic Art of the Greater Southwest, ed. by Will Wroth & Robin Gavin. Pp. 97-113. Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, Santa Fe.
- 2003 “Blanket Basics: Navajo Weaving of the Classic, Late Classic and Early Transitional Periods.” Hali (London) 43:55-60.
- 2003 “Wool Yarns in Late Classic Navajo Blankets.” American Indian Art Magazine28(4):78-85, 92-93.
- 1990 Beyond the Loom: Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving. Johnson Books, for the University of Colorado, Boulder
Hedlund, Ann Lane, and Diane Dittemore
- 2004 “Arizona State Museum’s Textiles and the ‘Southwest–Northwest’ Continuum.” American Indian Art 30(1):60-67
Hedlund, Ann Lane, and Louise Stiver
- 1991 “Wedge Weave Textiles of the Navajo.” American Indian Art Magazine 16(3):54-65.
Kent, Kate Peck
- 1983 Prehistoric Textiles of the Southwest. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
- 1983 Pueblo Indian Textiles: A Living Tradition. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.
- 1985 Navajo Weaving: Three Centuries of Change. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe
Lucero, Helen R., and Suzanne Baizerman
- 1999 Chimayo Weaving: The Transformation of a Tradition. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Mera, H[arry]. P[ercival].
- 1987 Spanish-American Blanketry: Its Relationship to Aboriginal Weaving in the Southwest. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.
Museum of International Folk Art
- 1979 Spanish Textile Tradition of New Mexico and Colorado, edited by Nora Fischer. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
- 2004 Navajo Chief Blankets at the National Museum of the American Indian. American Indian Art Magazine 30: 64-71.
- 1934 Spider Woman. New York: Macmillan. (Reprinted as Weaving a Navajo Blanket by Dover, New York, 1974).
- 1936 Navajo Shepherd and Weaver. J.J. Augustin, New York (Reprinted by Rio Grande Press, Glorieta, NM, 1968).
- 1939 Dezba, Woman of the Desert. J.J. Augustin, New York.
Slaney, Deborah C.
- 2005 Wonders of the Weavers/Maravillas de los tejedores: Nineteenth-Century Rio Grande Weavings. The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- 2003 Collecting the Weaver’s Art: The William Claflin Collection of Southwestern Textiles. Peabody Museum Press, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
Wheat, Joe Ben
- 2003 Blanket Weaving in the Southwest, edited by Ann Lane Hedlund. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
- 2002 Southwest Textiles: Weavings of the Navajo and Pueblo. University of Washington Press, Seattle.
About 20th Century Textiles
- 2014 Unbroken Web: The Art of Ellen & Lucy Begay. Sweetgrass Books, Helena, Montana.
Hall, Douglas Kent
- 2001 The Thread of New Mexico. The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Hedlund, Ann Lane
- 1992 Reflections of the Weaver’s World. Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado.
- 2003 “Commercial Materials in Modern Navajo Rugs.” American Indian Art Magazine28(3): 44-55.
- 2004 Navajo Weaving in the Late Twentieth Century: Kin, Community and Collectors. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
- 2018 Navajo Weavers of the American Southwest. Co-authors: Peter Hiller and Ramona Sakiestewa. Postcard History Series, Arcadia, Charleston, South Carolina.
McKay, Mary Terence, and Lisa Trujillo
- 1999 The Centinela Weavers of Chimayo: Unfolding Tradition. Centinela Traditional Arts, Chimayo, New Mexico.
McLerran, Jennifer, editor
- 2006 Weaving is Life: Navajo Weavings from the Edwin L. & Ruth E. Kennedy Southwest Native American Collection. Kennedy Museum of Art, Athens, Ohio.
Valette, Rebecca M., and Jean-Paul Valette
- Navajo Weavings with Ceremonial Themes: A Historical View of a Secular Art Form. Schiffer, Atglen, Pennsylvania
- 2002 Dances with Wool: Celebrating 100 Years of Woven Images from Southwestern Mythology. Toadlena Trading Post, Newcomb, New Mexico.
- 2004 The Master Weavers Featuring the Family of Clara Sherman. Toadlena Trading Post, Newcomb, New Mexico.
- 2011 The Master Weavers: Celebrating 100 Years of Navajo Textile Artists from the Toadlena/Two Grey Hills Weaving Region. Toadlena Trading Post, Newcomb, New Mexico.
More entries to come . . . !
By Diné Authors
Beall, Diane Taylor
- “Where I’m From . . . ” See McLerran (above), pp. 54-55.
- 1996 “Shi’ Sha’ Hane’ (My Story).” See Bonar (above), pp. 13-28.
- 2003 Another Phase: Weaving by D.Y. Begay. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- 2006 “Weaving is Life: A Navajo Weaver’s Perspective.” See McLerran (above), pp. 48-53.
- 2018 “Artist’s Statement.” In Tselani/Terrain: The Tapestries of D.Y. Begay, edited by Jennifer McLerran, pp. 5-6. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff.
- 2011 “Spider Woman’s Gift: From a Weaver’s Perspective. In Spider Woman’s Gift: Nineteenth-Century Dine Textiles, edited by Shelby J. Tisdale, pp. 17-60. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
Denetdale, Jennifer Nez
- 2007 Reclaiming Dine History: The Legacies of Navajo Chief Manuelito and Juanita. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
- 1996 “Beeldlei Bah Hane’ (The Blanket Story).” See Bonar (above), pp. 43-45.
- 2004 Warp to Weft: Weaving by Morris Muskett. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Pete, Lynda Teller, and Barbara Teller Ornelas
- 2018 Spider Woman’s Children: Navajo Weavers Today. Thrums Books, Loveland, Colorado.
- 2020 How to Weave a Navajo Rug and Other Lessons from Spider Woman. Thrums Books, Loveland, Colorado.
- 1996 “Shil Yoolt’ool: Personification of Navajo Weaving.” See Bonar (above), pp. 33-42.
- 1996 “The Navajo Concept of Art.” See Bonar (above), pp. 29-31.
More entries to come . . . !