Included in this journal (pp. 157-355) are Navaho Diagnosticians, by l.C. Wyman, Internal Linguistic Evidence Suggestive of the Northern Origin of the Navaho, by E. Sapir, and A Summary of Jicarilla Apache Culture, by M.E. OPler.
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Lowe Museum, 1975. 24 pages, 11 full-page photographs--mostly from the Barton collection.
Washingtin, D.C: 1887. 617 pages, 23 plates lacking two pocket maps in rear pocket, 77 figures. Very good + condition. includes: Burial Mounds of the Northern Sections of the United States," The Mountain Chant: A Navajo Ceremony", "The Cherokee Nation of Indians...", The Seminole Indians of Florida", The Religious Life of the Zuni Child"
Washington, D.C. 1903. xl, 360 pages, 69 plates. Very Good condition. includes: Hopi Katcinas: Drawn by Native Artists and Iroquoian Cosmology.
Washington, D.C: 1904. xlv, 634 pages13 figures. Lacking 33 of 139 plates. includes: The Zuni Indians: Their Mythology, Esoteric Fraternities, and Ceremonies.
Swanton, J.R. 150 pages.
(Anthropological Papers, Nos. 57-62). Holland, C.G. (a), Gunnerson, J.H.(b) 498 pages, 61 plates, 37 figures, 2 maps.
Plateau, Flagstaff: 1977, 1982. 32 pages, 34 b/w and 12 color photographs.
Los Angeles: 1903. 104 pages, 95 large photographs, 18 drawings. Later cloth cover.
Tulsa: Philbrook Art Center, 1958. 56 pages, 80 photographs.
Window Rock: n.d. (ca 1950-55). 14 pages of color photographs, 1 double-page map, price list on next to last page.
Published by the Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico. (This journal--bimonthly through 1928, and then quarterly--was the predecessor of the Southwestern Journal of Anthropology). 32 pages. This copy bears the stamp of R.H. Lowie.
Reynolds Electrical Co. 1962. 64 pages, 39 b/w drawings, 4 full-page color drawings of sand-paintings, 9 b/w and 2 color photographs.
American Tribal Religions, Museum of Northern Arizona, Vol. 4, 1979. 154 pages, 20 illustrations.
Albuquerque: 1974, 1978. 116 pages, 170 illustrations.
378 pages of text containing 212 photographs and drawings, plus 54 pages of color illustrations and 194 pages of b/w illustrations. Pages 171-548. Cloth cover, gilt decorated. The cornerstone of any library on American Indian basketry, this massive study remains the most complete survey of the basketry of the American...
551 pages. Cloth cover.
Los Angeles County Art Institute: 1958. 12 pages, 6 full-page photographs.
1994. 64 pages, (6 papers--4 on pottery) approximately 135 photographs and 4 maps.
24 pages. Published from 1965-1968, this series of booklets was written by the BIA to provide a quick overview of the history, current status, customs, and artifacts of major tribal groups or areas. Each volume typically contains 12-15 photographs and 1-2 maps.
20 pages. Published from 1965-1968, this series of booklets was written by the BIA to provide a quick overview of the history, current status, customs, and artifacts of major tribal groups or areas. Each volume typically contains 12-15 photographs and 1-2 maps.
Pueblo: 1997. 93 pages, 78 full-page color plates of the museum's collection of 19th and 20th century Western art, Southwest etchings of Gene Kloss, and the Ruth Gast collection of 19th century bultos and retablos. Cloth cover.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology. Vol. 17, No. 3, 1922. Pp. 171-216, 2 figures.
Norman: 1944, 1973. 237 pages, 24 pages of photographs, 11 tables, 2 maps. Cloth cover.
Heard Museum: 1971. 34 pages, 12 pages of quarter-page color drawings of dancing kachinas.