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COURTESY OF SAR (3); BOTTOM RIGHT: ADDISON DOTY

Clockwise from top: When this fateful water jar tipped and broke at a party in the early 1920s, those present were struck with an epiphany that led them to create the Pueblo Pottery Fund, with this jar as their first piece; Iva Honyestewa named her pootsaya (2014) by combining the Second Mesa Hopi dialect words for coil (poota) and sifter (tustaya) baskets; Mary Histia’s Jar (1931), clay and paint, is held at the Indian Arts Research Center, where it inspired the paintings of Jordan Craig.

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