Anthropological Papers: Numbers, 33-42

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Author: Denig,, Edwin Thompson (1812-1858), John C Evers, Robert L Rands, et al.

Year: 1953

Publisher: Government Printing Office

Place: Washington, DC


ix+507 pages with 37 plates, 25 figures and 7 maps. Royal octavo (9" x 6") bound in original publisher's wrappers. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 151. First edition.

Paper number 33: Of the Crow Nation by Edwin Thompson Denig, edited with biographical sketch and footnotes by John C Ewers. (1-74 pages, plates 1-6, 1 map).

Paper number 34: The Water Lily in Maya Art: A Complex of alleged Asiatic origin by Robert L Rands. (75-153 pages. figures 1-6).

Paper number 35: The medicine bundles of the Florida Seminoles and the Green Corn Dance by Louis Capron. (155-210 pages, plates 7-15, figures 7-10).

Paper number 36: Technique in the music of the American Indian by Frances Densmore. (213-216 pages)

Paper number 37: The belief of the Indian in connection between song and the supernatural by Frances Densmore (217-223 pages).

Paper number 38: Aboriginal fish poisons by Robert F Heizer. (225-283 pages, plates 16-19, maps 2-4)

Paper number 39: Aboriginal navigation off the coasts of Upper and Baja California by Robert F Heizer and William C Massey. (285-311 pages, plates 20-23, figures 11-12, maps 5-7).

Paper number 40: Exploration of an Adena Mound at Natrium, West Virginai by Ralph S Solecki. (313-395 pages, plates 24-29, figures 13-19).

Paper number 41: The Wind River Shoshone Sun Dance by D B Shimkin. (397-484 pages, plates 30-37, figures 20-25).

Paper number 42: Current trends in the Wind River Shoshone Sun Dance by Fred W Voget. (485-499 pages).


Spine stained, edge wear, spine beginning to separate else a very good copy.

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