Figures

1.

North Carolina trade ware

39

2.

Indian head jar

47

3.

Early Brown family working at Schoenbrun Village, Ohio

50

4.

Evelyn Brown George picking clay in Nisbet Bottoms

94

5.

Larry Brown sitting inside the Blue Clay Hole

98

6.

Rubbing rocks used by Doris Wheelock Blue

110

7.

Incising tools used by Doris Wheelock Blue

113

8.

Squeeze molds

114

9.

Basic pot made with rolls

120

10.

Typical Catawba cooking pots

121

11.

Basic pot made with rings

122

12.

Edith Harris Brown building a Catawba cooking pot

123

13.

Basic pot made with a morsel of clay

124

14.

Building a snake pot

126

15.

Snake pots

127

16.

Building a water jug

128

17.

Water jugs

129

18.

Building an Indian head jar

130

19.

Indian head jars

131

20.

Building a gypsy pot

132

21.

Nola Campbell holding a green ware gypsy pot

133

22.

Indian head bowls

134

23.

Building a Rebecca pitcher

135

24.

Rebecca pitchers

136

Water pitchers Building a cupid jug Building a wedding jug Wedding jugs Peace pipes Bending an arrow pipe Pipes

Turtle effigies

Earl Robbins with a water jug Common motifs

King Hagler signature with barred oval Southern Cult swastika in King Hagler signature Catawba signatures, 1765 Portrait pipes Three bowls

Catawba woman's dance dress Catawba woman's dance dress Tattooing technique

Pine Tree George gorget, eighteenth century Turtle pipe, nineteenth century Sun circle motif Barred oval

Tattoo motif, sixteenth century and contemporary

Tattoo motif, sixteenth century and contemporary

Cross designs

Swastikas

Swastikas

Sacred fire pattern

Undecorated peace pipe

Incised peace pipe

Figures

xi

55.

Ornate incised peace pipe

169

56.

Feather motif treatments

170

57.

Peace pipe with feather motif

171

58.

Axe pipes and comb pipes

171

59.

Gypsy or medicine pot circa 1900

172

60.

Snake pots

173

61.

Zigzag motifs

174

62.

Crosshatch and ladder motif

175

63.

Crosshatch motif, arrowhead pipe, and small bowl

175

64.

Burning pottery

188

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