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Analysis Of Ties, Tie Systems, And Attachment Methods Of Fibrous Sandals Of Tsegi Phase (Pueblo Iii) Kayenta Branch, From Tsegi Canyon, Arizona, Diana Law Christensen May 1993

Analysis Of Ties, Tie Systems, And Attachment Methods Of Fibrous Sandals Of Tsegi Phase (Pueblo Iii) Kayenta Branch, From Tsegi Canyon, Arizona, Diana Law Christensen

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Forty-three Pueblo III sandals and sandal fragments from four sites in Tsegi Canyon, Arizona, were analyzed to develop tie terminology, identify possible correlation of tie system to sandal construction, and identify characteristics for future tie research. Each piece of sandal tie cordage was analyzed for tie system type, tie attachment method, and tie cordage structure.

Three overall tie systems were found: toe-heel tie systems (nine sandals), criss-cross tie system (one sandal), and side loop tie systems (fifteen sandals) Five additional sandals (narrow, two-warp plainweave construction) had possible toe-heel tie systems. Tie systems of six sandals were not distinguishable between toe-heel ...


Five Steps To Wardrobe Versatility, Louise Young Jan 1993

Five Steps To Wardrobe Versatility, Louise Young

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Clothes are an essential necessity for all of us. The first thing we do in the morning for school, work, and other activities is get dressed. Getting dressed may be a major frustration if the clothes in our closet don't take care of our lifestyle needs. Mornings can easily begin in turmoil when we can't find the right thing to wear. Our clothing decisions are dependent on our own lifestyle, personality, values, coloring, and body proportions. It is difficult for another person to determine what our individual clothing needs are. To achieve a versatile wardrobe that is suited ...