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So live the works of men [microform] : seventieth anniversary volume honoring Edgar Lee Hewett / edited by Donald D. Brand and Fred E. Harvey.

Contributor(s): Brand, Donald D. (Donald Dilworth), 1905-1984 | Harvey, Fred E, 1895-1961.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Albuquerque, N.M. : Printed by the University of New Mexico Press], 1939Description: 5-366 : port., ill., plates ; 28 cm.ISBN: 0848682009 (microfiche); 9780848682002 (microfiche).Subject(s): Hewett, Edgar L. (Edgar Lee), 1865-1946 | Archaeology | Ethnology -- Southwest, New | Indians of North America -- Dwellings -- Southwest, NewAdditional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 970.3962
Contents:
Edgar Lee Hewett: his biography and writings to date, by L.B. Bloom.--Hewett, the realist, by A.S. Riggs.--A half century of achievement, by P.A.F. Walter, Sr.--Ceramics and chronology in the Near East, by W.F. Albright.--The horse in American Indian culture, by H.B. Alexander.--Notes on the geography and archaeology of Zape, Durango, by D.D. Brand.--Anthropology and education, by Lyman Bryson.--Early days in Utah, by Byron Cummings.--The poetry of Indian songs, by Frances Densmore.
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Plates XIX-XXVII are accompanied by explanatory letterpress, which is printed on rectos facing plates XIX, XX, XXV-XXVI, and at the foot of plates XXI-XXIV, XXVII.

Includes bibliographical references.

Edgar Lee Hewett: his biography and writings to date, by L.B. Bloom.--Hewett, the realist, by A.S. Riggs.--A half century of achievement, by P.A.F. Walter, Sr.--Ceramics and chronology in the Near East, by W.F. Albright.--The horse in American Indian culture, by H.B. Alexander.--Notes on the geography and archaeology of Zape, Durango, by D.D. Brand.--Anthropology and education, by Lyman Bryson.--Early days in Utah, by Byron Cummings.--The poetry of Indian songs, by Frances Densmore.

--Early racial fusion in eastern Mediterranean lands, by H.R. Fairclough.--An outline of Pueblo government, by R.G. Fisher.--Anthropological miscellany: 1. Chainfern and maidenhair, adornment materials of northwestern California basketry. 2. Kiowa memories of the northland, by J.P. Harrington.--New applications of tree ring analysis, by Florence M. Hawley.--The mollusca of New Mexico and Arizona, by Junius Henderson.--A square kiva at Hawikuh, by F.W. Hodge.--Anthropological and archaeological riches in the far Northwest, by Alĕs Hrdlic̆ka.--Notes on the archaeology of the Babícora district, Chihuahua, by A.V. Kidder.--Some ancient records from Babylonia, by C.S. Knopf.--A word on philology, by H.N. von Koerber.--Aeneas as a hero, by L.E. Lord.--Archaeology as a science, by R.V.D. Magoffin.--Southern mound cultures in the light of recent explorations, by W.K. Moorehead.--Recent epigraphic discoveries at the ruins of Copan, Honduras, by S.G. Morley.

--Indian petroglyphs from the western plains, by E.B. Renaud.--The development of a unit-type dwelling, by F.H.H. Roberts, Jr.--Mongolian epics (diary leaves), by Nicholas Roerich.--The empire of the Inkas, by J.C. Tello.

Microfiche. Great Neck, N.Y. : Core Collection Micropublications, 1989. 2 microfiches : negative. (CoreFiche, books listed in the Essay and general literature index. Phase 5). s1989 nyun b

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