Western Apache Material Culture
is a collection of essays specifically about the Guenther and Goodwin Western Apache ethnographic collections at the Arizona State Museum, and about Western Apache culture. . . . This is an important book and will become the standard reference on Western Apache material culture.
American Indian Quarterly
This book will surely appeal not only to those who are interested in the Apache, material culture studies, or the potential of Native American museum resources as cultural and historical documents, but also to those who are concerned with the way humans adapted to the environment and thus 'utilized their world so well.'
It is a remarkably beautiful and detailed catalog of the Goodwin and Guenther collections of Wester Apache artiffacts in the Arizona State Musuemand a lot more! . . . A section of thirty-two color photographs by award-winning photographer Helga Teiwes
is the delectable frosting on this rich and satisfying cake.
Journal of Arizona History