Volume 54, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Where the Rivers Run North

pp. 1-5
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Part I: History

Rock Art in the Casas Grandes Region: Report of Seven New Sites and a Review of the Literature

pp. 9-46
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San Joaquín Canyon and the 1916 Punitive Expedition

pp. 47-57
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The Origins of Pearson, Chihuahua: A Photographic Essay

pp. 59-70
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Mennonites and Mormons in Northern Chihuahua, Mexico

pp. 71-77
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Part II: New Perspectives

Reconstructing a Miracle: New Perspectives on Mata Ortiz Pottery Making

pp. 81-158
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The Eye of God: Tranquility and Tradition . . . Mata Ortiz Pottery in Harmony with the Ancients

pp. 159-163
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An Interview with César Domínguez Alvarado

pp. 165-173
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Part III: The People and Their Art

Tea with Juan Quezada: An Afternoon at Rancho Barro Blanco

pp. 177-183
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Mata Ortiz Photography

pp. 185-208
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Lydia Quezada's "Work of Inspiration"

pp. 209-214
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Jorge Quintana Rodríguez: Master Potter, Entrepreneur

pp. 215-247
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Mata Ortiz: The Art of Survival and the Survival of Art

pp. 249-272
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Mañana es para siempre

pp. 273-281
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