The Southern Caddo: An Anthology
Publisher: Garland Publishing, Inc
Place: New York and London
xx+249-276 pages with map. Royal octavo (9 1/4" x 6") bound in original publisher's brown cloth with dark brown lettering to spine.
Contents: "Tradition of the Caddo: collected under the Auspices of the Carnegie Institution of Washington" by George A Dorsey: 136 pages; "Caddo Customs of childhood" -228 pages; "A History of the Caddo Indians" by William B Glover -946 pages with bibliography; "Lewis and Clark Expedition" -731 pages with map; "The Territory of the Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma" by Helen Hornbeck Tanner 10]-104 pages; "La Harpe's 1719 Post on Red River and Nearby Caddo Settlements" by Mildred Mott Wedel 1-17 with maps. "The Aboriginal Location of the Kadohadacho and Related Tribes" by Stephen Williams -570 with map; " Caddoan Kinship Systems" by Aleander Lesser -270 pages; "The Caddo and Associated Tribes" -1103 pages with music score; "Wichita and Caddo Relationship Terms" by Leslie Spier -263 pages; "Caddo Texts" by Wallace Chafe -43 pages; "Composition of the Caddoan Linguistic Stock" by Alexander Lesser and Gene Weltfish 15 pages; "Classification of the Caddoan Languages" by Allan Taylor -59 pages; "Blood Grooups of Caddoan Indians of Oklahoma" by Margery Gray and William Laughlin -94 pages with tables; "Changing Archeological Methods and Theory in the Transmississippi South" by Clarence Webb -45 pages with bibliography; "Grass House of the Wichita and Caddo" by Norman Feder unpaginated; "House Types among the Caddo" by Clarence Webb -75 pages with plates, maps and bibliography; "Some Comments on Anthropological Studies Concerning the Caddo" by Dee Ann Story -68 with bibliography; "Early Historic Hasinai Elites" by Don Wyckoff and Timothy Baugh -288 pages with maps, figures, tables and drawings.
A very good to fine copy.
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