Historic Pueblo pottery prints from the US Bureau of Ethnology. Hand-drawn and hand-colored by Native Americans in the 1890s. Native American Ethnographic Prints
Vase and mugs from the Western Mounds of AwatobiPottery from intramural burial at AwatobiPaint pots, bowl and dipper from AwatobiDecorated pottery from SikyatkiDecorated pottery from SikyatkiDecorated pottery from SikyatkiDecorated pottery from SikyatkiDouble-lobe vases from SikyatkiFlat dippers and medicine box from SikyatkiUnusual forms of vases from SikyatkiMedicine box and pigment pots from SikyatkiFood bowls with figures of quadrupeds from SikyatkiFood bowls with figures of reptiles from SikyatkiBowls and dippers with figures of tadpoles, birds, etc., from SikyatkiFood bowls with figures of sun, butterfly and flower from SikyatkiVases with figures of butterflies from SikyatkiVases with figures of birds and feathers from SikyatkiVessels with figures of human hand, birds, turtle, etc., from SikyatkiFood bowls with figures of birds from SikyatkiFood bowls with figures of birds from Sikyatki