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The Comparison of Fiber Properties of Arizona Cliff-Dweller and Hopi Cotton

  • Emil W. Haury (a1) and Carl M. Conrad (a2)

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The cotton sample used in the following fiber study was found in the summer of 1932, in the Canyon Creek ruin, Fort Apache Indian Reservation, in east-central Arizona. During the excavations remnants of cotton fabrics were frequently found in the rubbish, indicating that the occupants of the pueblo evidently made considerable use of the fiber. A small quantity of raw cotton, in the process of being spun into yarn, was found with an adult female buried below the floor of a room.

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The Comparison of Fiber Properties of Arizona Cliff-Dweller and Hopi Cotton

  • Emil W. Haury (a1) and Carl M. Conrad (a2)

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