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Janet Chapman - Author

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Books by Janet Chapman

Call It Magic

Call It Magic

Author: Janet Chapman Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 07/05/2020

Madcap Masquerade A Novel

Madcap Masquerade A Novel

Author: Janet Chapman Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 30/08/2017

The festive 1920s in Santa Fe are the setting for this comic romance. After a slip with the scissors has refashioned her bob, the novel's twenty-year-old heroine, Amanda Williams, embraces the mistake, deciding to check into La Fonda to attend the next day's Fiesta disguised as a boy. Soon she is entangled in a net of mistaken identities.

Bestselling Highlanders, Howlers, and Heroes: Chapman, Mayhue, and Gideon

Bestselling Highlanders, Howlers, and Heroes: Chapman, Mayhue, and Gideon

Author: Janet Chapman, Melissa Mayhue, Nancy Gideon Format: eBook Release Date: 28/06/2011

This ebook boxed set of bestselling Highlanders, Howlers, and Heros features novels by Janet Chapman, Melissa Mayhue, and Nancy Gideon.

Kenneth Milton Chapman A Life Dedicated to Indian Arts and Artists

Kenneth Milton Chapman A Life Dedicated to Indian Arts and Artists

Author: Janet Chapman, Karen Barrie Format: Hardback Release Date: 15/11/2008

The accomplishments of Kenneth Milton Chapman (1875-1968) - a leading force in the revitalization of Pueblo pottery in the 1920s - are as varied as they are significant. Chapman was instrumental in the establishment of the Museum of New Mexico, the School of American Research, and the Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa Fe. He was widely recognized for his knowledge of Pueblo pottery design elements and was the University of New Mexico's first professor of Indian arts.With a special focus on his professional development as artist and archaeologist, this biography is the first to track Chapman's life from his midwestern upbringing through his nearly seventy years in New Mexico. The authors - Chapman a grandniece and Barrie a relation by marriage - have combined material from Chapman's unpublished memoirs with a thoroughly researched history of his life and times to reveal his role within the burgeoning field of Southwestern archaeology and the preservation of ancient Pueblo pottery, as well as his promotion of the work of living potters.