Catawba Indian Pottery : A Catalogue of the Permanent Collection in McKissick Museums
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Terry, George D.
American Indian pottery produced by tribes living east of the Mississippi has been rare for over a hundred years. Along the Catawba River in York County, South Carolina, however, the Catawba Indian tribe has been producing pottery for at least 400 years. Recognized as one of the finest examples of Indian art in America, Catawba Indian pottery is the oldest continuing art form in South Carolina.
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