Dallas, Texas: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1976.
Staplebound wraps. 5 7/8" X 9". 37pp. Mild edgewear and scattered rubbing to stapled wraps. Stamp to front free endpaper. Binding is sound and pages are clean and unmarked. From the foreword: "This article describes the process of pottery construction and how vessels are used by the Sarayacu Quichua of the Bobonaza region in southeastern Ecuador, who are known in literature as Canelos Quichua....We describe the various types of pottery and general usage of each, and discuss the procurement, storage, and use of the clays, paints, and glazes. Each type is then described in terms of its construction, painting, firing, and glazing." Illustrated throughout in drawings and black and white photographs. Good. Item #1688