Table of contents for Southwest Indian jewelry at the Millicent Rogers Museum / by Shelby J. Tisdale ; foreword by Arturo Peralta-Ramos II.

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Foreword by Peter Schaeffer
1 	A Testament to Diversity: Southwest Indian Jewelry at the Millicent Rogers 	Museum
2	In Pursuit of the Extraordinary: Millicent Rogers the Collector
3	The Origins of Indian Jewelry in the Southwest 
4	The Beginning of Silverwork
5	Classic Period (1880-1900): A Period of Refinement and Technological Change 
6	Transitional Period (1900-1950): The Commercialization of Southwest Indian 	Jewelry and the Development of a Recognizable Tribal Style
7	Innovation Period (1950-Present): Pushing Boundaries and the Emphasis on the 	Individual Artist 
8. 	Millicent Rogers: Artists and Designer

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians of North America -- Jewelery -- Southwest, New -- Catalogs.
Indian silverwork -- Southwest, New -- Catalogs.
Indians of North America -- Jewelry -- Southwest, New -- Catalogs.
Indian silverwork -- Southwest, New -- Catalogs.
Turquoise jewelry -- Southwest, New -- Catalogs.
Rogers, Millicent, d. 1953 -- Ethnological collections -- Catalogs.
Millicent Rogers Museum -- Catalogs.