-Another Look at Clay by Steven Edholm & Tamara Wilder
-Pottery Construction Sequence and Salvage Strategies by Steve Watts
-Archaeological Site Reporting by Scott Jones
-Laurel Ceramics by Michael Budak
-Organic Paint Sources by Clint Swink
-The Dirt on Color by Steven Edholm & Tamara Wilder
-Problem Solving in Ceramics by Errett Callahan, Daniel Abbot & Kelly Viars
-Sure-Fire Way to Fire Pots by John Olsen
-Recycling a Broken Pot by Steve Watts
-Recreating Peru’s Past Pottery by Carol Mackey & Maria-Louis Sidoroff
-Reduction Fired Earthenware by Oliver Kent & David Dawson
-Sherds of Evidence by Jenny Shiels
-News From the Archaic Kitchen by Scott Jones
-Kids and Clay by Jeff Gottlieb
-Getting Away in an Elm Bark Canoe by Jim Dina
-Cactus Spine Fish Hooks by Nils Behn
-The Black Gum Tree by Doug Elliot
-Wood Ashes & Hide Tanning by Matt Richards & Michelle Riley
-Cheyenne-style Gaming Basket by Deborah Harding
-Technology of Good Grooming by Paul Campbell

Bulletin #15 - Ceramics

SKU: BPT15
$10.00Price
  • Cover by John Olsen (Utah). The variety of sizes, shapes, and surface/interior treatments reflect the characteristic styles of pottery replicated by master potter and teacher John Olsen of Hurricane, Utah. Bulletin #15 addresses the many secrets of the art of pottery.

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ABOUT THE BULLETIN

For 25 years (1991-2015), The Bulletin of Primitive Technology was the voice of experimenters, practitioners, teachers and hobbyists in the fields of experimental/experiential archaeology and primitive technology. The Backtracks office was involved in the production of every issue.

OUR PURPOSE

The purpose of

          The Bulletin of Primitive Technology is to:

1 - Promote the practice and teaching of

      primitive skills.

2 - Foster communication between teachers

      and practitioners.

3 - Set standards for authenticity, ethics,

      and quality.

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