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by William D.,Jr. Hohenthal,Thomas C. Blackburn,David B. Kronenfeld,Lynn Thomas,Margaret Langdon

eBook Tipai Ethnographic Notes: A Baja California Indian Community at Mid-Century (Formerly Ballena Press Anthropological Papers) epub
  • ISBN: 0879191457
  • Author: William D.,Jr. Hohenthal,Thomas C. Blackburn,David B. Kronenfeld,Lynn Thomas,Margaret Langdon
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Malki-Ballena Press (June 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 378 pages
  • ePUB size: 1844 kb
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Series: Ballena Press Anthropological Papers (Book 48).

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Presents a first-hand ethnographic description of Tipai/Diegue±o communities of northern Baja California during the late 1940s. Series: Ballena Press Anthropological Papers (Book 48).

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Tipai Ethnographic Notes : A Baja California Indian Community at Mid Century.

Tipai Ethnographic Notes. A Baja California Indian Community at Mid Century (Ballena Press Anthropological Papers, No. 48). by William . Jr. Hohenthal. Published April 2001 by Ballena Pr. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.

Hohenthal, Thomas C. Blackburn, Margaret Langdon, David B. Kronenfeld, Lynn Thomas. ISBN 9780879191443 (978-0-87919-144-3) Softcover, Ballena Pr, 2001.

Tipai Ethnographic Notes: A Baja California Indian Community at Mid Century (Ballena Press Anthropological Papers). Author : Margaret Langdon (Author, Contributor). Publisher : Ballena Pr.

Tipai Ethnographic Notes: A Baja California Indian Community at Mid-Century. Martin A. Baumhoff, Lowell John Bean, Thomas C. Blackburn. William D. Hohenthal, Thomas C. 1. View via Publisher. Native Californians : a theoretical retrospective. Lowell John Bean, Thomas C.

Tipai Ethnographic Notes Thomas C. Blackburn (Ed., William D. Hohenthal J. David B. Kronenfeld (contributor), Margaret Langdon (contributor), Lynn Thomas (contributor) Ballena Press, 2001 . catalog

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Hohenthal, William D. 2001 Tipai Ethnographic Notes: A Baja California . Anthropological Records Vol. 16, No. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles. Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 15. Socorro, New Mexico

Hohenthal, William D. 2001 Tipai Ethnographic Notes: A Baja California Indian Community at Mid-Century. 48. Novato, California. Lightfoot, Kent G. 2005 Indians, Missionaries, and Merchants: The Legacy of Colonial Encounters on the California Frontiers. Socorro, New Mexico. Wade, Sue A. 2004 Kumeyaay and Paipai Pottery as Evidence of Cultural Adaptation and Persistence in Alta and Baja California.

These clans of natives inhabit southern California and Baja California in Mexico. Tipai Ethnographic Notes: A Baja California Indian Community at Mid Century. The Cocopah, or called the Cocopá or Kwapa, are also clans who live in Baja California of the United States. The Paipai are the aboriginal people of northern Baja California, Mexico. Ballena Press, Menlo Park, California.

Presents a first-hand ethnographic description of Tipai/Diegue±o communities of northern Baja California during the late 1940s, with information on tribes and clans, settlements, subsistence, material culture, social life, government, religious beliefs and practices, and healing. This work is of interest as a compendium of ethnographic data and as a primary historical source regarding the creation of knowledge in American cultural anthropology. Includes a separate b&w map. Hohenthal taught anthropology at San Francisco State University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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