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Plain-Weave Cotton Cloth

Wupatki_20091123_173.jpg Stone BallsThumbnailsOpen-Weave Cotton Cloth

Cultural Period: Ancestral Puebloan and Hohokam

Description: Plain-weave cotton cloth dyed red. The North Country is too cold for cotton to grow, so the cloth, or the cotton from which it was woven, was likely traded to the Sinagua by their southern neighbors, the Hohokam.

Dimensions: 14.0 cm x 12.5 cm.

Collection: On display at Wupatki National Monument (catalog card).

Author
Dan Boone/Ryan Belnap, Bilby Research Center, Northern Arizona University
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