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  • Haynes, C. V.; Agogino, George A. (1986-04-21)
    Excavations in Sandia Cave, New Mexico, in the late 1930s provided the first recognized stratigraphic evidence for a pre-Folsom culture in North America. This, the Sandia complex, is represented by diagnostic projectile ...
  • Ubelaker, Douglas H. (2000-02-08)
    Excavations from 1984 to 1988 at the site of La Florida in suburban Quito, Ecuador, discovered six very deep shaft tombs dating to about AD 340 (Chaupicruz phase of the Regional Development period). Analysis of the human ...
  • Ubelaker, Douglas H.; Jones, Erica B. (2003)
    In 1987, stimulated by planned highway construction, an archeological survey located the cemetery associated with Voegtly Church and Parsonage, which was dated to between 1833 and 1861. An intensive excavation in 1987 ...
  • Ortner, Donald J.; Putschar, Walter G. J. (1981-12-28)
    This reference work is an attempt to provide an integrated and reasonably comprehensive treatnient of pathological conditions that affect the human skeleton. The primary objective is to assist those who conduct research ...
  • Hickerson, Harold (1967-03-06)
    The land tenure of northeastern Algonkians has been the subject of discussion and controversy over the past 50 years, since Speck first began describing family hunting territory systems among Algonquin and Chippewa of the ...
  • Wilmsen, Edwin N.; Robert, Frank H. H., Jr. (1978-03-06)
    The excavation and analysis of Paleo-Indian artifacts from the Lindenmeier site in northern Colorado are described in detail. The site was excavated from 1934 to 1940 by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr.; the history of these ...
  • Fowler, Don D.; Matley, John F. (1979-01-18)
    Between 1867 and 1880 John Wesley Powell made collections of material culture items from several Numic-speaking Indian groups in the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau regions of the western United States. The collections ...
  • Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick; Kilpatrick, Anna Gritts (1967)
    Manuscript works on medicine and magic among the Oklahoma Cherokees sometimes contain idi:gawȨ:sdi (to be said, them, by one) or the texts of charm songs that, although written or partially written in the Sequoyah syllabary, ...
  • Williams, Aubrey W., Jr. (1970-06-25)
    The purpose of this work is to describe the function of various political structures and their incorporation into the Navajo way of life. The data presented in this study were collected over a 2-year period--;January 1961 ...
  • Keyes, Ian W. (1967-03-06)
    On Monday, June 8, 1874, just over 90 years ago, the U.S. steamer Swatara, under Comdr. Ralph Chandler, U.S. Navy, sailed from New York Harbor--;her destination, the remote sub-Antarctic Crozet and Kerguelen Islands, ...
  • Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick; Kilpatrick, Anna Gritts (1970)
  • Jones, William K. (1969-12-31)
    One of the litde-known tribes of central Texas was the Tonkawa. Few objects made and used by the Tonkawa are preserved in museum collections, and no description of traditional Tonkawa material culture, based upon a study ...
  • Laughlin, Robert M. (1977-12-16)
    This collection of 173 folktales, myths, legends, and personal reminiscences from Zinacantan, Chiapas, Mexico was recorded in Tzotzil, primarily in 1960, but also in 1963, 1968, and 1971. Zinacantec oral literature as ...
  • Laughlin, Robert M. (1980-05-15)
    This volume is divided into two sections. Part 1 contains the trav- els of two Mayan Indians from Zinacantan, Chiapas, Mexico, who accompanied the author to the United States in 1963 and again in 1967. The first trip was ...
  • Laughlin, Robert M. (1976-08-09)
    This collection of 260 dream texts from Zinacantan, Chiapas, Mexico, was recorded in Tzotzil, primarily during 1963, and subsequently translated by the author into English. Dreams are ascribed considerable impor- tance by ...
  • Petraglia, Michael; Potts, Richard (2004)
    Beginning with the first accession of Paleolithic collections in 1869, the Smithsonian Institution and its scientific staff have shown great interest in pursuing research, education, and exhibition of early human lifeways. ...
  • Ubelaker, Douglas H.; Viola, Herman J. (1982-09-14)
    Much of our knowledge of the ethnology, material culture, and prehistory of the Plains of the United States can be linked with the careers and careful research of the Smithsonian's John C. Ewers and Waldo R. Wedel. Following ...
  • Ubelaker, Douglas H. (1974-08-08)
    The excavation and analysis of two Late Woodland ossuaries from the Juhle site (18CH89) in southern Maryland are described in detail. The report includes a discussion of archeological features of the ossuaries, but emphasizes ...
  • Wyman, Leland C. (1970-06-11)
    A brief account of the Navaho and their ceremonial system ("religion") and practice of ritual, with its sanctioning mythology, provides background for the discussion of the sandpaintings of the Shootingway chantway, its ...
  • Chafe, Wallace L. (1967-06-28)
    This work is an extended description of the structure of words in the Seneca language. A description of the grammar of Seneca words has already been published in the International Journal of American Linguistics (Chafe, ...

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