Fewkes, J. Walter
Title Forty-Fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 1926-1927
Book Condition Very Good
Publisher Smithsonian Institution 1928
Seller ID 00041
vii, 555 Pp 98 Plates 16 figs. Includes Exploration of the Burton Mound at Santa Barbara, California by John P. Harrington; Social and Religious Beliefs and Usages if the Chickasaw Indians by John R. Swanton; the Use of Plants by the Chippewa Indians by Francis Densmore and Archaeological Investigations II by Gerard Fowke which includes descriptions of sites in LA (including extensive excavations at Marksville), Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri (including the bone bed at Kimmswick), Kentucky and Ohio. It also includes observations on flint sources in Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri.
Shell mounds, Chickasaw, ethnobotany, Marksville, Hopewell, Mound Builders, Copena, Paleoindian, chert quarries, copper, Copena, Mill Creek chert, Wyandotte Cave, ceramics, burials, bone