Table of contents for Totems to turquoise : Native American jewelry arts of the Northwest and Southwest / Kari Chalker, general editor ; Lois S. Dubin and Peter M. Whiteley, curators ; with essays by Kari Chalker ... [et al.] ; photography by Kiyoshi Togashi.

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Ellen Futter, President of the American Museum of Natural History 
Kari Chalker 
Editor's Preface 
Kari Chalker					
A Note about Tribal Names						
Curators' Introduction: Jewelry as a Visual Language 
Lois S. Dubin and Peter M. Whiteley		
Collecting is an Incurable Disease 
Martha Albrecht	
Abundant World of Water and Wood: The Northwest Coast
Kari Chalker
The Body Transformed: Body Art and Adornment among Prehistoric and Historic Northwest Coast People 
Martine Reid	
Northwest Coast Masters
	Charles Edenshaw by Jim Hart	
	Bill Reid by Lois S. Dubin
Northwest Coast Contemporary Artists' Statements 
	Jim Hart
	Norman Tait
	Lyle Wilson
	Beau Dick
	Evelyn Vanderhoop
	Nathan Jackson
	Kevin Cranmer
	Christian White
	Corey Moraes
	Dempsey Bob
	Dorothy Grant
	Will Burkhart
	Nick Galanin
	Victoria Moody
	Marven Tallio
	Dan Wallace
	Robert Davidson
Dancing for Rain under a Turquoise Sky: The Desert Southwest
Kari Chalker 	
The Southwest "Painterly" Style and its Cultural Context
Peter M. Whitely 
Southwest Masters
	Kenneth Begay by Kari Chalker			
	Preston Monongye by Lois S. Dubin
	Charles Loloma by Lois S. Dubin
Southwest Contemporary Artists' Statements 
	Jesse Monongya
	Angie Owen
	Lee Yazzie
	Verma Nequatewa
	Michael Kabotie
	Harvey Begay
	Cippy Crazy Horse
	Edith Tsebetsaye
	Perry Shorty
	Veronica Poblano
	Raymond C. Yazzie
	Mike Bird-Romero
	Victor Beck, Sr.
	Gary Yoyokie Sr. and Elsie Yoyokie
	Martine Lovato
	Myron Panteah
	Richard Chavez
	Ric Charlie
	Phil Loretto
	Anthony Lovato
Vernon Haskie
	James Little

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indians of North America Jewelry Southwest, New Themes, motives, Indians of North America Jewelry Northwest, Pacific Themes, motives