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Barbara Johnson learned to make pottery from her mother, Mabel Sunn. She was one of the revivalists of Maricopa pottery in Arizona. Maricopa pottery making essentially was non-existent at the turn of the 20th century, but with the diligence of Elizabeth Hart of the United States Indian Service Home Extension Department, there was a revival, not only in production but also in quality of workmanship.