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Charles Avery Amsden; M R Harrington; Fred K Hinchman; Frances E Watkins; Arthur Woodward; Winifred W Britton; Elizabeth Warder Crozer Campbell; T A Willard; Frederick Webb Hodge; Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
|Notes:||Volume 6 of Southwest Museum membership 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:||164 pages : illustrations, portrait, map ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||Number 1, March 1932: Annual Reports of the Southwest Museum for 1931 --
Report of the President --
Report of the Curator in charge --
Report of the supervisor of extension --
Report of the acting treasurer --
Report of the chairman of the finance committee --
Securities held by the Southwest Museum --
Accessions, 1931 --
Gifts to the library --
Fellows in archaeology --
Shifting sands --
Crops raised by the Indians --
Why a museum? Number 2, May 1932: Arthur McDonald Ellis 1875-1932 --
Los Angeles in earlier days --
Pigs and oysters --
A modern Zuni pilgrimage / by Arthur Woodward --
Southwestern Archaeological Federation at Twenty-Nine Palms / by Fred K. Hinchman --
Some popular misconceptions about primitive peoples and their study / by Charles Amsden --
Some recent accessions --
A fiesta of fiestas / by Florencia Sepulveda de Schoneman --
An historic camera --
How old is Navajo weaving? Number 3, July 1932: Museums and fiestas / by M.R. Harrington --
Park Service wants a clear, waterproof solution for ruins --
A California wigwam / by M.R. Harrington --
Red peppers of old --
Our extension work --
Blessing the chapel of Casa De Adobe / by Isabel Lopez de Fages --
Museum paintings restored --
It happened to me / by Fred K. Hinchman --
The development of Dendrology / by W.S. Stallings --
Teeth old and new --
As others see us --
The museum library / by Winifred W. Britton --
Northwest Coast room --
Some recent accessions / by Frances E. Watkins --
A Florida marvel --
Indians and evolution --
Flint-chipping. Number 4, September 1932: Cremation in the desert / by Elizabeth W. Crozer Campbell --
The Maya hieroglyphic system of writing / by T.A. Willard --
Relics of an abandoned colony --
The archaeologist scores again / by Charles Amsden --
More cave-hunting / by M.R. Harrington --
The Gallup ceremonial / by Charles Amsden ---
An Indian's gift / by M.R. Harrington --
Sea-Otter hunting in early days / by F.W. Hodge --
Library notes --
Ancient remains in Arizona and New Mexico. Number 5, November 1932: Reviving the Navaho blanket / by Charles Amsden --
The Kachina rockshelter in Nevada / by M.R. Harrington --
Implements or "rejects"? --
New hope for San Fernando Mission / by M.R. Harrington --
The Museum and the schools.
|Other Titles:||Masterkey for Indian lore and history.|
|Responsibility:||Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.|
- Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- History.
- United States. -- National Park Service.
- Indians of North America -- California.
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New.
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
- Anthropology -- Southwest, New.
- Archaeology -- Southwest, New.
- Zuni Indians.
- Navajo blankets.
- Navajo textile fabrics.
- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
- San Fernando, Rey de España (Mission : San Fernando, Calif.)
- Southwest, New -- History.
- California -- History.
- Los Angeles (Calif.) -- History.
- Sea otter.
- Prehistoric peoples.
- Libraries -- California.
- Agriculture, Prehistoric -- Southwest, New.
- Agriculture, Prehistoric.
- Indians of North America.
- Indians of North America -- Antiquities.
- California -- Los Angeles.
- Southwest, New.