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The archaeological collection of the United States National Museum, in charge of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Author: Charles Rau
Publisher: Washington City : Smithsonian Institution, 1876.
Series: Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, v. 22, art. 4.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 287.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 340.
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Rau, Charles, 1826-1887.
Archaeological collection of the United States National Museum, in charge of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Washington City : Smithsonian Institution, 1876
(OCoLC)810041865
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Rau
OCLC Number: 1434987
Notes: Originally issued in 1876 as Smithsonian Institution publication 287; later reprinted in 1880 as article 4 of volume 22 of the Smithsonian contributions to knowledge (simultaneously Smithsonian Institution publication 340).
"The following descriptions refer only to the typical objects in the collection."--P. 5.
Description: xiv, 104 p. : ill. ; 33 cm.
Contents: Stone. Flaked and chipped stone ; Pecked, ground and polished stone --
Copper --
Bone and horn --
Shells --
Clay --
Wood --
Supplement --
The aboriginal modes of hafting stone and bone implements --
System adopted in arranging the Smithsonian collection illustrative of North American ethnology. Man, objects relating to ; Culture, objects relating to.
Series Title: Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, v. 22, art. 4.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 287.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 340.
Other Titles: Archeological collection of the United States National Museum
Smithsonian archaeological collection
Responsibility: by Charles Rau.

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