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George W Brainerd; Bernice Johnston; Eddie W Wilson; Lenore C Ross; Mary Nixon Everett; Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
|Notes:||Volume 28, number 4 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. 121-160 : ill. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Julian Martinez, Tewa Indian, at entrance of Kiva, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico --
The Maya civilization (VIII) / by George W. Brainerd --
A Navaho good samaritan / by Bernice E. Johnston --
Our twenty-seventh fiesta --
The duck-motive in early art / by Eddie W. Wilson --
Fishing in California / by Lenore C. Ross --
Prayer of the Young Brave / 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 -- New Mexico -- Photographs.
- Mayas -- History.
- Maya architecture.
- Navajo Indians -- Manners and customs.
- Ducks in art.
- Fishing -- California.