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Ruth DeEtte Simpson; Mary Nixon Everett; Frederick Webb Hodge; Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
|Notes:||Volume 26, number 5 of Southwest Museum publication.
"To help the Southwest fulfill the wisest of all the precepts of the Greeks - 'Know Thyself' - by unlocking to its children its underground treasure-house of knowledge with the master-key of modern anthropology, which is nothing less than the science of man. Declaration of policy of the Southwest Museum"--Cover.
|Description:||p. 145-176 : ill. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Tewa woman of San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico --
The Hopi Indians (VII) / by Ruth DeEtte Simpson --
Gerald Nailor (Obituary) --
First white woman in the Southwest / by F.W. Hodge --
Horse-trappings in Early New Mexico --
Those "Bolas de Plata" in Arizona --
Acorn diet of California Indians --
Bureau of ethnic research for Arizona --
Ainu and Cahuilla --
Crossing the desert in September / by Mary Nixon Everett.
- Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New.
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- History.
- Anthropology -- Southwest, New.
- Archaeology -- Southwest, New.
- Tewa Indians -- Pictorial works.
- Hopi Indians.
- Hopi Indians -- Clothing and dress.
- Hopi baskets.
- Indians of North America -- California.
- New Mexico -- History.
- Acorns as food.