|Statement||by Philip Drucker.|
|Series||Anthropological records -- vol.1, no.1|
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|Number of Pages||51|
Culture Element Distributions II: Yana. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology: Gifford, Edward Winslow ; Klimek, S. Culture Element Distributions: V Southern California. University of California Anthropological Records: Drucker, Philip A. Culture Element Distributions: VI Southern. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kroeber, A.L. (Alfred Louis), Culture element distributions. XI. Tribes surveyed. Berkeley, Calif.: University. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Culture Element Distributions: XIV Northern Paiute. University of California Anthropological Records: Stewart, Omer C. Culture Element Distributions: XV Salt, Dogs, Tobacco. University of California Anthropological Records: Kroeber, Alfred L. Culture Element Distributions: XVI Girls' Puberty Rites in Western North America.
Culture element distributions: I, the structure of California Indian culture, Stanislaw Klimek. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. You do not have access to any existing collections. You may create a new by: BOOK STORE: Cahuilla Indians Lowell John Bean's The Wanakik Cahuilla () and Mukat's People: The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California (), Philip Drunker's Culture Element Distributions V: Southern California (); A. L. Kroeber's "Ethnography of the Cahuilla Indians" (), and his chapter on the Cahuilla in his Handbook of the. Who preserves them. the Wailaki, Lassik, Nongatl, and Sinkyone peoples of the Eel River basin of northwestern California.; Pattern of narratives. Eel River Athapaskan oral literature belongs primarily to the pattern of narratives that prevailed among the Pomo to the south and among the groups of central California in general.
The Paipai (Pai pai, Pa'ipai, Akwa'ala, Yakakwal) are an indigenous people of Mexico living in northern Baja traditional territory lies between the Kiliwa on the south and the Kumeyaay and Cocopa on the north, and extending from San Vicente near the Pacific coast nearly to the Colorado River's delta in the east. Today they are concentrated primarily at the multi-ethnic. SERRANO ETHNOGRAPHY & ETHNOHISTORY Sources Major sources on the ethnography of the Serrano include Lowell John Bean and Charles Smith's paper, "Serrano," in the Handbook of North American Indians, V. 8 in the Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 8, California ; A. L. Kroeber's Handbook of the Indians of California ; William Duncan Strong's Aboriginal Society in . information. Look in the phone book under ”United States Government.” The Natural Resources Conservation Service will be listed under the subheading “Department of Agriculture.” References Barrett, S.A. & E.W. Gifford Miwok material culture. Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee 2(4) Beard, Y.S. File Size: KB. Willey, G. R., and Mcgimsey, C. R. The Monagrillo culture of Panama. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University 49 (2): 1 – Recommend this journal.