Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 128: Anthropological Papers 13-18

By: Ball, Sydney H.; Fenton, William N.; Gillin, John; Speck, Frank G.; Steward, Julian H.

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Ex-library copy with the usual stamps, stickers, and labels. Textblock is very clean and tight. Covers edge and corner worn with some light wear on the heavily-sunned spine; covers lightly dog-eared. 308p., including index. In this issue: The Mining of Gems and Ornamental Stones by American Indians; Iroquois Suicide: A Study in the Stability of a Culture Pattern; Tonawanda Longhouse Ceremonies: Ninety Years After Lewis Henry Morgan; The Quichua-Speaking Indians of the Province of Imbabura (Ecuador) and Their Anthropometric Relations with the Living Populations of the Andean Area; Art Processes in Birchbark of the River Desert Algonquin, a Circumboreal Trait; Archeological Reconnaissance of Southern Utah.

Title: Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 128: Anthropological Papers 13-18

Author Name: Ball, Sydney H.; Fenton, William N.; Gillin, John; Speck, Frank G.; Steward, Julian H.

Illustrator: Black and White Photos, Maps, Charts, Tables

Categories: Native American, Anthropology,

Publisher: Washington D.C., Smithsonian Institution: 1941

Binding: Green Wraps

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Ex-Library Paperback

Size: 8vo - Over 7 3/4" -9 3/4 " Tall

Seller ID: EW1739

Keywords: Native American, Indian Culture, Anthropology, Sociology, Archaeology