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Category: All Categories: Anthropology: Cultures: North America
13 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
1.

Native Dress of the Sierra de Puebla
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Publisher: Museo Nacional de Artes e Industrias Populares, 1951 Mexico City, Mexico.
Book. Book condition: Good. Soft cover 16mo - over 5¾ - 6¾" tall "The Exhibition of Native Costumes of Highland Puebla presented by the Museo Nacional de Artes e Industrias Populares includes some articles from those regions of the States of Hidalgo and Veracruz that ethnically can be grouped with Highland Puebla.." Well illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 55 pages. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers; stapled binding.

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2.
Berry, Michael S.  
Time, Space, and Transition in Anasazi Prehistory.

Publisher: Salt Lake City UT: Univ. of Utah Press, 1982..
First Edition Hardback. Quarto, Lovely copy in black cloth with very slight extremity wear. Jacket clean and complete with minor edge wear and a bit of crinkling at spine top. No chips or chairs. Hardcover Hardcover Near fine/Near fine Drawings/graphs.

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3.
Bureau of American Ethnology / Boas, Franz, 1858-1942  
Annual Report 35th Part I.

Publisher: Washington, GPO, 1921.
794, xi p., illus., index, 29 cm. Accompanying paper is Franz Boas' Ethnology of the Kwakiutl (p. 45-794); includes long section (p. 305-601) of recipes. Stock# 38,990. Good+/ no dj. Northwest American Indians; sociology; anthropology; cookery; food; culture.

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4.
Castañeda, Carlos, 1925?-1998  
A Separate Reality. Further Conversations with Don Juan.

Publisher: New York, Pocket Books, [1972].
[viii], 263 p. ; 18 cm. In 1961, the Peruvian born anthropologist met a Yaqui shaman named Don Juan Matus who took him on a spirit quest through the use of peyote and datura. Stock# 102,331. Vg / soft cover.

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5.
Cook, Robert A., Illustrated by: Tables & Maps  
Sunwatch : Fort Ancient Development in the Mississippian World

Publisher: University of Alabama Press Tuscaloosa, AL 2008.
xiv, 197 pp, glossy light grey SC wraps w/black & white illustrated front panel w/black lettering. The last perhistoric cultures to inhabit hte Middle Ohio Valley are referred to as Fort Ancient societies. The author focuses on the development of village social structrue recognizing borders areass as contexts of social change. No Jacket Soft Cover Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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6.
Fishel, Leslie H. (Henry), 1921- , & Benjamin Quarles.  
The Negro American. A Documentary History.

Publisher: Scott, Foresman [c1967].
536 p., photos; 23 cm. Contents include From Africa to America; The Status of Negroes in Colonial America; The Revolutionary Philosophy of Freedom; Arms-bearers for America; In His Majesty's Service; Postwar Federal Action; The Early Abolitionist Impulse; Emergence of the Negro Vanguard; The Internal Slave Trade; The Pro-slavery Argument; Free Negroes of Substance; The Negro Abolitionist; A War for Emancipation; The Negro Serviceman; Adjustment of the Newly Freed Slave; Role of the Negro in the Confederacy; The Negro's Lincoln; The Southern View of the Freedman and the Negro Response; Reconstruction: A National Problem; White Control and Negro Reactions; The Nadir of Race Relations; Urbanization and Race Violence; The Negro Renaissance; The Negro and the New Deal; Discrimination in the Thirties and Forties; Separate Is Not Equal. Pictorial paper; good+. Stock#20782.

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7.
Frenette, Jacques; translated by R. Clive Meredith  
The History of the Chibougamau Crees: An Amerindian Band Reveals its Identity

Publisher: Cree Indian Centre..., 1985, PAPERBOUND, in ENGLISH, (G).
Cree Indian Centre of Chibougamau, Quebec, 1985, book is in ENGLISH, 122 pages, foreword, preface, lists of maps and tables and illustrations, introduction, conclusion, notes, sources, appendix of leading Cree families, illustrated in b&w with 29 photos as well as 3 maps and 13 tables, 5.5 in. x 8.5 in., PAPERBOUND, minor bumping to corners and spine ends, very mild shelfwear, covers very slightly scuffed with very slight soil, one small (0.75 in. x 0.5 in.) rectangular abraded area at top of front cover (looks like the result of sticker removal) - does NOT interfere with titles or photo on front cover, title of book along with author and year neatly written in black ink on spine by previous owner, contents clean and tight, item protected in new clear plastic sleeve, book good (G) 4491 [(s)1313EC]

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8.
Levine, Frances and Joseph C. Winter.  
Investigations at Sites 48 and 77, Santa Rosa Lake, Guadalupe County, New Mexico: An Inquiry into the Nature. . .

Publisher: No place: Univ. of New Mexico, 1987..
First Edition Softcover. Quarto, 917, Prepared for the Army Corps of Engineers. Extensive study with photos on quality paper, lots of foldouts, endmaps and microfiche appendices in pocket of vol. 2. Softcover Softcover Very good in grey pictorial wraps. 2 volumes Photos, maps, drawings.

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9.
Maud, Ralph  
A Guide to B.C. [British Columbia] Indian Myth and Legend A Short History of Myth Collecting and a Survey of Published Texts

Publisher: Vancouver, Talonbooks, 1982.
218 p. Asks ”How have the motives and attitudes of ethnographers and native informants affected the information we have been given?” The anthropology and literature of the Salish people of the Pacific coast of North America. Stock #25715, Vg/paper. Anthropology

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10.
Poncins,, Gontran de, 1900-1962  
Kabloona By Gontran de Poncins; in collaboration with Lewis galantiere

Publisher: N.Y., Time, Inc., c.1965.
xxviii, 322p., [18] p. of plates, illus., map, 21 cm. First pub. 1941. "Ostensibly a study of Eskimo life, it is actually a study of the Stone Age mind." Stock# 33,798x. Good+, front cover spotted,something stuck to it and was removed/ no dj. Another copy. Soft cover. Vg.

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11.
Reed, Alan D., Judith Ann Hallasi, Adrian S. White and David A. Breternitz.  
The Archeology and Stabilization of the Dominguez and Escalante Ruins.

Publisher: Denver: Bureau of Land Management, 1979..
First Edition Softcover. Quarto, 496, Date stamp on cover (but not a library copy-receipt stamp). Minor edge and extremity wear. Three parts in one volume, the parts entitled: I. The Dominguez Ruin: A McElmo Phase Pueblo in Southwestern Colorado; Part II. Archeological Excavation at the Escalante Site, Dolores, Colorado, 1975 and 176; Part III. Stabilization of the Escalante Ruin 5MT2149 and Dominguez Ruin 5MT2148, Dolores, Colorado. Softcover Softcover Very good in yellow and red wraps, None Photos, drawings, graphs.

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12.
Stowe, Steven M.  
Intimacy and Power in the Old South: Ritual in the Lives of the Planters

Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press Baltimore, MD 1987.
309 pp, dark grey cloth covered boards w/silver lettering on the spine, dj green w/black lettering on the spine, black-and-white pictorial front panel. The author explores the connections between private life and public culture to chart the ways in which ritualized behavior was instruemental in the maintenance of southern elite dominance. He examines three types of ritual central to the planter's life: the affair of honor, courtship, and coming of age. some underlining and notes in margins in the text. Very Good+ Hard Cover Very Good Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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13.
Vincent, Joan  
Anthropology and Politics: Visions, Traditions, and trends / Joan Vincent.

Publisher: Tucson, University of Arizona Press, c1990.
x, 570 p., illus., index, 25 cm. "How and why anthropology has developed as it has, why certain questions have been asked and others ignored, and how anthropologists have responded to successive intellectual climates and the changing social milieus of the past century and a half." Includes bibliographical references (p.[469]-545).Stock# 37,965. Vg/ dj good+, tears at edges.

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