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Ceramic Production in Early Hispanic California: Craft, Economy, and Trade on the Frontier of New Spain

Russell K. Skowronek, M. James Blackman, and Ronald L. Bishop ; with contributions by Eloise Richards Barter, Julia G. Costello, Glenn Farris, D. Larry Felton, Robert L. Hoover, Michael H. Imwalle, Sarah Peelo, Ruben Reyes, Barbara L. Voss, Jack S. Williams
Format
Book
Published
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2014]
Language
English
ISBN
9780813049816, 0813049814
Summary
The presidios, missions, and pueblos of both Spanish and Mexican California have provided a rich trove of ceramics materials; however, sparse analysis of the more remote areas of New Spain left an incomplete picture of economies. This volume rectifies this gap by examining the 18th and 19th century ceramic production in Alta California.
Contents
  • Part I. A study of pottery. 1. A global perspective ; 2. Creating a New Europe in the New World
  • Part II. Tradition and transformation of Alta California. 3. Craft and commodities of early California ; 4. Incorporation into New Spain : Presidio jurisdictions
  • Part III. The creation of ceramics. 5. A typology of mission pottery : drawings and descriptions of low-fire earthenwares from Mission San Antonio de Padua, California / Julia G. Costello ; 6. Fabrication and replications : a potter's view / Ruben Reyes ; 7. Ceramic firing technology in Alta California / Michael H. Imwalle
  • Part IV. Assessing variation in ceramic composition. 8. Selected approaches to ceramic characterization ; 9. The mineralogy of California plain wares : technology and social reproduction in the California Spanish missions / Sarah Peelo ; 10. The chemical characterization of California pottery ; 11. Anchoring ceramic production : bricks, tiles, and plain ware ; 12. Native American ceramics found at Old Town San Diego : trade or local manufacture? / D. Larry Felton, Glenn Farris, and Eloise Richards Barter ; 13. Supplying glazed ceramics to Alta California
  • Part V. Pottery as an active component of colonial economics. 14. Losa surtida : historical and archaeological perspectives on imported ceramics in Alta California / Barbara L. Voss ; 15. Reconstructing mayólica use patterns from colonial sites in Southern California / Jack S. Williams ; 16. Concluding comments : pottery and the transition from colonial life.
Description
xxxiii, 389 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 325-368) and index.
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