Beads In America
Beads and the Discovery of the New World
1986, OPCBR 3, ISBN 0-910995-09-5, 65 pp., 3 figures, 3 maps. -- $8.50
The Beads That Did Not Buy Manhattan Island
19 pp., 8 plates -- $6.50
The following issues of the Margaretologist have articles on beads in the Americas:
1(1) California Flower Beads. Chinese Beadmaker in Java. Chinese Bead Stringer.
1(4) Focus on Mexico: Ancient, Colonial and Current.
2(1) Early Neolithic Sites in Iraq. Russian Bead Trade in Alaska.
4(1) Beadmaker, Beadmaker: Jablonex. Czech prisons. Hebron. American Beadmakers.
4(2) Some Thoughts on the Bead Trade (International Bead Conference II address).
7(1) Bead Sample Cards. Gooseberry Beads in the Slave Trade. Grants, Alert.
7(2) Mexico: Beads in the Codices. Tecali. Beads in Villages. New Beadmakers.
8(1) Beads from a Wrecked Slave Ship. Beads from Medieval Old Cairo (Fustat).
9(2) The Current Czech Industry. A Wampum Belt in Denver Color plates here.
10(1) The Oldest Beads in America. Beads at Jamestown Color plates here.
11(2) The Venetian Glass Bead Story, Part 1: History Plates here.
12(1) The Venetian Glass Bead Story, Part 2: The Beads Plates here.
13(1) The Beads of Bohemia Plates here.
14(1) Beads of the 17th Century Spanish Mission of St. Catherines GA Plates here.
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