Archaeology, Natural History - Quantity: 14 - Book
|Object:||Book (More lots)|
|Number of Books:||14|
|Subject:||Archaeology, Natural History|
|Author/ Illustrator:||L.C. Dunn et al.|
|Book Title:||Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University|
|Publication year oldest item:||1924|
|Publication year youngest item:||1937|
|Publisher:||Cambridge (Mass.), Peabody Museum|
Vol. XI, no. 1 - Vol. XVI, no. 1. Missing XIII-2, but with XV-1 (not on list of Peabody Museum itself). Somewhat browned and foxed, but together a very good set of these monographs. Most volumes have a plates and illustrations in the text, sometimes quite extensive.
* Among the monographs are: L.C. Dunn: An anthropometric study of Hawaiians of pure and mixed blood (XI-3), E. Reynolds: The evolution of the human pelvis in relation to the mechanics of the erect posture (XI-5), N. Morss: The ancient culture of the Fremond River in Utah (XII-3), G.D. Williams: Maya-Spannish crosses in Yucatan (XIII-1), J. Gillin: The Barama River Caribs of British Guiana (XIV-2), W.W. Howells: Anthropometry of the natives of Arnhem Land and the Australian Race Problem (XVI-1).
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