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The North-Americans of yesterday : a comparative study of North-American Indian life, customs, and products, on the theory of the ethnic unity of the race

Author: Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh
Publisher: New York and London : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [©1900]
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Dellenbaugh, Frederick Samuel, 1853-1935.
North-Americans of yesterday.
New York and London : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [©1900]
(OCoLC)903226372
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh
OCLC Number: 12692241
Description: xxvi pages 1 leaf, 487 pages : frontispiece, illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introductory --
Languages and dialects --
Picture writing, sign language, wampum, cupped stones --
The Mexican and Central American writing, inscriptions, and books --
Basketry and pottery --
Weaving and costume --
Carving, modelling, and sculpture --
Shelters, dwellings, and architecture --
Weapons, armor, implements, and transportation --
Mining, metallurgy, and science --
Musical instruments, music, amusements, and games --
Works and agriculture --
Customs and ceremonies --
Myths, traditions, and legends --
Organization and government --
Origin, migrations, and history --
Appendix : Containing a list of North American stocks, sub-stocks, and tribes.
Responsibility: by Frederick S. Dellenbaugh.

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