Mi'kmaq Pottery

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Mi'kmaq Pottery by Mind Map: Mi'kmaq Pottery

1. Vessel Characteristics

1.1. Temper

1.2. Form and Function

1.3. Fabrication

1.4. Finishing Marks and Decoration

1.4.1. Tools

1.4.2. Variations

1.4.2.1. Dentate Stamped

1.4.2.2. Viennette

1.5. Firing Process

1.5.1. Photographs

1.6. Vessel Replication

1.6.1. Methodology

1.6.2. Vessel Characteristics

1.6.3. Complete Vessel

1.6.4. Further Work / Proposal

2. Studio Practise: From Clay to Ceramic

3. Archeological Analysis

3.1. Early Observations

3.2. Chronology and Regional Variations

3.3. Settlements / Excavation Sites

3.3.1. Southwestern Nova Scotia - Annapolis

3.3.1.1. Bear River

3.3.1.2. Eel Weir

3.3.2. South Eastern New Brunswick

3.3.2.1. Red Bank

3.3.2.2. Metepenagiag First Nation

4. Discussion: Craft, Culture, Politics

4.1. Interdisciplinary Approaches

4.1.1. Material Culture

4.1.2. Museum and Artifact

4.1.3. Aesthetics and Authenticity

4.2. Contemporary Appropriation

4.2.1. Alexandra McCurdy

4.3. Reviving Tradition

4.3.1. Walter Ostrom

4.3.2. Geraldine Allain

5. Geology and Clay

5.1. Natural Resource / Commodity

5.1.1. http://www.unbf.ca/clubs/geoarchaeology/Mission.htm

5.2. Processing for use

6. Reference

6.1. Acknowledgments

6.2. Appendixes

6.3. Bibliography

7. Methodology

8. Historical Overview

8.1. Ceramic Period (Woodland)

8.2. European Contact

8.2.1. Proto Historic Period

8.2.1.1. bark vessel

8.2.1.2. copper vessel

8.3. Collections and Artifacts

8.3.1. Nova Scotia

8.3.1.1. Natural History Museum

8.3.1.2. Yarmouth Community Museum

8.3.2. New Brunswick

8.3.2.1. New Brunswick Museum

8.3.2.1.1. Collections

9. Conclusion