INDEX
Abeyta, Tony, 199 n.13
Abu-Lughod, Lila, 2
African Americans, 26, 27
Alaska, 63
Albuquerque (New Mexico), 53, 67, 84,
88, 100, 140
Alexander, Charles, 15, 94
Ambitions (of women art patrons), 33–
36, 40, 42, 43, 49, 62, 90, 183. See also
Philanthropy; Reform
American Anthropological Association,
67
American Ethnological Society, 1
American Express, 171
American Hospital (Paris), 46, 58
American Indian Art, 198 n.9
American Museum of Natural History,
67
American Rhythm, The (Austin), 26
‘‘Americans,’’ 47–48. See also National
identity
Amerman, Marcus, 163
Amiotte, Arthur, 199 n.13
Anasazi pottery, 43–45, 55, 77, 79, 94. See
also Cli√-dwellings
Angell, Hildegarde, 66
Answered Prayers (Capote), 73–74
Anthropologists: as evaluators of Indian
art, 6–7, 108, 111, 116; as promoters of
Indian art, 77, 79, 108, 112, 113; shared
interests of, with art patrons, 92, 96,
97–99, 103, 115, 123–24, 134, 174; vs.
tourists, 1. See also Anthropology; spe-
cific anthropologists
Anthropology: popularity of, 1–2, 29,
36, 37, 97–100; rise of, as discipline,
92–93, 99–100; Sergeant’s interest in,
44–45; Elizabeth White’s interest in,
63, 64, 67, 183. See also Archaeology
Antigua, 64
Antique Ethnographic Art Show, 145
Anti-Semitism, 26, 35, 187 n.1
Appadurai, Arjun, 134, 164
Appalachian art, 94–95
Arbuckle, Fatty, 18
Archaeologists: ‘‘hard-boiled,’’ 45, 55, 79,
92; as Indian Fair judges, 115–16, 137,
196 n.22. See also Archaeology
Archaeology, 36, 55, 65–67, 99, 101. See
also Anasazi pottery; Archaeologists;
Cli√-dwellings
Arizona, 41–44, 46, 176
Armenta Spanish Land Grant, 65
Art: Cather’s and Sergeant’s views about,
39; as commodity, 91–92, 128–84; and
concept of culture, 3; definition of, 91;
economic e√ects of patronage of, 57,
114–15, 122–23, 128–29, 134, 146, 155, 195
nn.18, 21; as gifts, 61; as honorific cate-
gory, 91, 192 n.2; as investment, 116,
144; vs. mass production, 123–27, 149,
192 n.3, 199 n.13; parallels between dog
breeding and collecting of, 177–84; as a
positive force in people’s lives, 76, 86,
149. See also Artists (Indian); Art pa-
trons (women, in New Mexico); Cul-
ture; Indian art; Interior decoration
and fashion; Spanish colonial art;
Taste; Value
Art Institute of Chicago, 194 n.15
Artists (Indian): art patrons’ influence
on, 113–19, 121–23, 136, 141, 146, 155,
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