22nd Annual Report Of The Bureau Of Ethnology Smithsonian Institute 1900-1901
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22nd Annual Report Of The Bureau Of Ethnology Smithsonian Institute 1900-1901:
Twenty second Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology Smithsonian Institute. This is the annual report for 1900 to 1901, PART 1, includes Two Summers Work in Pueblo Ruins and the Mayan Calendar System. Over 115 years old. Very informative. The pictures are representativeof the illustrations in the book. the last picture shows some damage and details of the front inside cover.Details of this listing:Fifth annual report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1883-84, by J. W. Powell, Director. LIII+564 pp., 23 pls. (incl. 2 maps), 77 figs. 1887 . Out of print.
Report of the Director. Pp. XVII-LIII.Burial mounds of the northern sections of the United States, by Prof. Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 3-119, pls. I-VI, figs. 1-49.The Cherokee Nation of Indians: A narrative of their official relations with the Colonial and Federal governments, by Charles C. Royce. Pp. 121-378, pls. VII-IX(maps).The mountain chant: A Navajo ceremony, by Dr. Washington Matthews, U.S. A[rmy]. Pp. 379-467, pls. X-XVIII, figs. 50-59.The Seminole Indians of Florida, by Clay MacCauley. Pp. 469-531, pl. XIX, figs. 60-77.The religious life of the Zuñi child, by Mrs. Tilly E. Stevenson. Pp. 533-555, pls. XX-XXIII.Index. Pp. 557-564.