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Manuel D'Archeologie Americaine.
Beuchat, H.
Paris: Librairie Alphonse Picard Et Fils Auguste Picard, 1912. Preface by M.H. Vignaud. Bound in brown cloth with gilt titles, text in French. Some pages uncut, hinges strengthened, previous owner's bookplate (Edgar L. Hewitt) on front pastedown, else very good.

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So Live the Works of Men: Seventieth Anniversary Volume Honoring Edgar Lee Hewett.
Brand, Donald D. and Fred E. Harvey
Albuquerque, NM: Univeristy of New Mexico Press and School of American Research, 1939. 1 of 600, this copy not numbered. 366pp, illus. No dj (as issued?) Hewett established the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology of the University of New Mexico in 1927 and was its head until 1935. This is a collection of articles by his students published in honor of his seventieth birthday and a biography by Lansing B. Bloom. Most of the papers are on American ethnography but there are a handful of odd ones such as ancient records of Babylonia,

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Eleventh Annual Report.
Bureau of American Ethnology
Washington: GPO, 1894. xlvii, 553pp. Some external rubbing and abrasion, rear hinge cracked, internally clean and very good. Of the three reports the one of particular interest is The Sia (i.e. Zia) by Matilda Coxe Stevenson, pages 1-157, including 35 full page plates (many in color) and 20 in text illustrations. An early and very comprehensive study of the New Mexico Pueblo. Other articles include Ethnology of the Ungava District (at Hudson Bay) by Turner and A Study of Siouan Cults by Dorsey. This volume edited by J. W. Powell.

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Archaeology of Northern Mesoamerica.
Ekholm, Gordon F. and Ignacio Bernal, eds.
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1971. Two volumes. viii, 458pp, illus; vii, 459-903pp, illus. Near fine in like dust jackets. These are volumes 10 and 11 in the Handbook of Middle American Indians series, complete in themselves. The thirty-two well illustrated articles describe the pre-Aztec and Aztec Cultures of Mexico, from central Veracruz and the Gulf Coast, through the Valley of Mexico, to western Mexico and the northern frontiers of these ancient American civilizations.

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Hopi Songs.
Gilman, Benjamin Ives
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1908. xi, 255pp. Original boards, remains of a paper label on spine, extremities rubbed, some surface soil, else very good. This is the fifth and concluding volume of the Journal of American Ethnology and Archaeology series. Not a periodical, the JAEA was the collected papers of the Hemenway Expeditions to the southwest. In this volume (to page 226) Gilman analyzes Hopi ceremonial songs, discusses in depth the use of the phonograph in the study of non-written music, and provides notation, but no words, for dozens of Hopi songs. The concluding pages are a short history of Mrs. Hemenway's funding of the expeditions and a bibliography of publications that resulted. Laird 8334.

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A Method of Designation of Cultures and their Variations.
Gladwin, Winifred and Harold S.
Globe, AZ: The Medallion, 1934. Printed softcover. Covers soiled and chipped, stamp on tp, ugly attempt to obilterate a name on front cover. Interior clean and very good. A discussion of the progression of southwestern prehistoric cultures based on the latest research.

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The Fort Ancient Aspect; Its Cultural and Chronological Position in Mississippi Valley Archaeology.
Griffin,James Bennett
Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1943. xv, 392pp, 157 plates, 10 maps. Boards lightly rubbed, previous owner's bookplate, else very good. Fort Ancient is a name for a Native American culture that flourished from 1000-1650 C.E. among a people who predominantly inhabited land along the Ohio River in areas of southern modern-day Ohio, northern Kentucky and western West Virginia. This volume is the final report of an extended, comprehensive research project, an attempt to assemble all all possible information on an eastern American archaeological complex.

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Painted Cave Northeastern Arizona.
Haury, Emil W.
Dragoon: The Amerind Foundation, Inc., 1945. 87pp, 36 plates, folding map. Original printed wrappers. Library stamps to front wrap and title page, else clean and very good. A report on the excavation of Painted Cave, so named for the profusion of colored figures, human and animal, and hand prints covering almost every bit of available space on the cliff wall forming the back of the cave. An appendix describes maize collected from the cave.

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Indians of the Rio Grande Valley
Hewett, Edgar L. and A. Bandelier
Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1937. 274pp, illus. No dj, else a clean, tight copy. A posthumous (Bandelier died in 1914) collaboration of two of the most prominent early anthropologists. In two parts, the first The Rio Grande Pueblos Today by Hewett, the second a Documentary History of the Rio Grande Pueblos by Bandelier. Appendices include a biographical sketch and an appreciation of Bandelier.

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The Pueblo Indian World; Studies on the Natural History of the Rio Grande Valley in Relation to Pueblo Indian Culture.
Hewett, Edgar L. and Bertha P. Dutton, eds.
Albuquerque: The University of New Mexico Press, 1945. Slightly soiled and worn price clipped dust jacket, else very good. 182pp, illus, 2 folding maps. Book clean and very good. A concise summary of what was known about the Pueblo way of life.

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Circular Kivas Near Hawikuh New Mexico.
Hodge, F.W.
New York: Museum of the American Indian/Heye Foundation; 1923. 37pp, plates. Original printed wrappers. Minor library stamps, else very good. A report on the excavation of two kivas near, but apparently not associated with, the ancient pueblo of Hawikuh.

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Jewelry of the Prehistoric Southwest
Jernigan, E. Wesley
Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1978. 1st edition HB, Near fine in sl rubbed dj. Second volume in the Southwest Indian Arts Series. Survey of the jewelry of the three great cultural traditions of the prehistoric southwest: Hohokam, Mogollon, and Anasazi.

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Walapai Ethnography.
Kroeber, A. L.
Menasha, WI: American Anthropological Association, 1935. 293pp, illus, 2 folding maps. Original printed wrappers. Slight bump to bottom corner, small chip from front wrap, else near fine. Walapai country is in western Arizona, south of the Colorado River. This study is based on field work begun in 1929 by a team of five, edited by Kroeber.

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Hopi Ruin Legends.
Lomatuway'ma, Michael Lorena Lomatuway'ma and Sidney Namingha
Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University Press, 1933. xiv, 510pp. Issued without a dust jacket. The original gray spine has faded to a rather pleasant light blue-green, else near fine. Seven narratives, each about the destruction of a different village told in Hopi with English translations, annotations and a glossary.

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Ceramic Clues to the Prehistory of North Central New Mexico.
Mera, H. P.
Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1935. 43pp, 17 plates, 2 folding charts, 5 folding maps in a rear pocket. Laboratory of Anthropology Technical Series Bulletin No. 8. Previous owner's name on front wrap, some edge browning, else near fine. An early study to determine the age of prehistoric sites using pottery sherds.

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Style Trends of Pueblo Pottery in the Rio Grande and Little Colorado Cultural Areas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century
Mera, H. P.
Santa Fe: Laboratory of Anthropology, 1939. vi, 164pp, illus, folding map. Original printed stiff paper covers. Some wear and fading to the covers, else near fine. Mera categorizes historic period pottery illustrating them with 67 full page plates.

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Anasazi Basketry Basket Maker II through Pueblo III… A Study based on Specimens from the San Juan River Country.
Morris, Earl H. and Robert F. Burgh
Washington: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1941. Washington: 1941. First edition. viii, 66pp, plus 43 plates, folding map. Near fine in original cloth. Light wear to extremities, name stamp on ffep, else near fine. An important work covering the technology of prehistoric anasazi basketry, basket wall techniques, techniques of plaiting, rims, the center, forms, design, trays, bowls, cylinders, undated baskets and much more.

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Traditions of De-Coo-Dah and Antiquarian Researches..
Pidgeon, William
NY: Horace Thayer, 1858. Second printing. Folding frontis, 334pp, illus. Original cloth, spine faded, else clean and near fine. The title continues, "…comprising extensive explorations, surveys, and excavations of the wonderful and mysterious earthen remains of the mound-builders in America; the traditions of he last prophet of the elk nation relative to their origin and use; and the evidences of an ancient population more numerous than the present aborigines." Of considerable value for its record of a great number of ancient mounds with clear illustrations on numerous plates all based on Pidgeon's personal examinations. He is less reliable regarding the traditions of the Sioux regarding the mounds, relying on a single aged chief and baseless hypotheses. Field 1214, Howes P351.

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The Excavation of Hawikuh by Frederick Webb Hodge; Report of the Hendricks-Hodge Expedition 1917-1923.
Smith, Watson, Richard B. Woodbury and Nathalie F.S. Woodbury
New York: Museum of the American Indian/Heye Foundation, 1966. xvi, 336pp, plus 80 text figures and 34 plates. Original printed wrappers. Light soil and wear, else very good. Essentially, this is the final report - forty years after the fact - on what at the time was the most extensive archaeological expedition ever undertaken with much reliance on field notes.

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The Pueblo of Santo Domingo, New Mexico.
White, Leslie A.
Menasha, WI: American Anthropology Association, 1935. 210pp, illus. Original printed wrappers. Some wear to wraps, previous owner's discrete name stamp on title page, else clean and very good. A detailed ethnological study of one of New Mexico's most traditional pueblos.

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