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A text-book of tanning - a treatise on the conversion of skins into leather, both practical and theoretical - H. R. Proctor () Aboriginal skin-dressing - O. T. Mason () About furs - G. R. Cripps (). In book: Gathering Places: Essays on Aboriginal Histories, Publisher: University of British Columbia Press, Editors: Laura Peers, Carolyn Podruchny, pp Cite this publication Cory Willmott.
Aboriginal Skin Dressing in Western North America. Unpublished Ph. D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. Lawson, John A New Voyage To Carolina. Reprinted by University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill. Mails, Thomas E. The Mystic Warriors of the Plains. Doubleday and Co., Garden City. With the introduction of the horse, firearms, steel traps, metal pots and pans, glass trinkets, and alcoholic stimulants, the old aboriginal way of life was doomed, so that after about , the archeologist finds himself dealing less and less with the products of spontaneously inspired native arts and crafts, more and more with the relics of a.
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Aboriginal Skin-dressing: A Study Based On Material In The U. National Museum [Otis Tufton [from old Mason] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally Aboriginal Skin-Dressing book, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
This work was reproduced from the original artifact. Title:: Aboriginal Skin-Dressing: A Study Based on Material in the U. National Museum: Author:: Mason, Otis T., Note: Washington: GPO, ABORIGINAL SKIN-DRESSING. time depends on the soason of the year ; for if it be in the height of the Aboriginal Skin-Dressing book the poor sqaaw has her hands full of labor, since she must not only remove the skins from the carcasses, but prepare the flesh for drying, smoking, or other manner of preserving it for the future.
National Agricultural Library Baltimore Avenue Beltsville, MD Aboriginal Skin Dressing in Western North America, Arden Ross King, Unobtanium, try a University Library Home manufacture of Furs and.
Smithsonian Institution Aboriginal Skin Dressing Otis T Mason Indigenous Price: £ An informative study on Aboriginal Skin work is an excerpt from the Smithsonian Institution report of the National Museum With numerous plates to the n by the curator of the Department of Ethnology, Otis.
King, Arden Ross. Aboriginal Skin Dressing in Western North America. Unpublished PHD Dissertation: University of California at Berkeley, A book length cataloguing and analysis of the archaeological and anthropological record. Archives of Aboriginal Knowledge, Containing all the original papers laid before Congress respecting the History, Antiquities, Language, Ethnology, Pictography, Rites, Superstitions, and Mythology of the Indian Tribes of the United States.
Aboriginal skin-dressing: a study based on material in the U. National museum () - Mason, O. - pages An apparatus for measuring the relative wear of sole leathers () - Hart, R. - 20 pages Application of dyestuffs to textiles, paper, leather and other materials () - Matthews, J.
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Aboriginal skin-dressing: a study based on material in the U. National museum. By Otis T. Mason (Washington, ), by Otis Tufton Mason (page images at HathiTrust).
Book/Printed Material Report of a visit to the Luray Cavern, in Page County Library of Congress Control Number Language English OCLC Number Aboriginal skin-dressing: a study based on material in the U.
National museum. Aboriginal Indian basketry Aboriginal skin-dressing by Otis Tufton Mason 2 editions - first published in Read Listen. The ulu, or woman's knife, of the Eskimo by Otis Tufton Mason 2 editions - first published in Read Listen. The man's knife among the North American Indians: a study in the collections of the U.S.
National Museum. Aboriginal Skin-Dressing: A Study Based on Material in the U. National Museum (Washington: GPO, ), by Otis T.
Mason (stable link) Aboriginal Skin-Dressing (Mason) Acacia, Historical Sketch of the Fraternity (), by Francis Wayland Shepardson (stable link).
Lieutenant George Thornton Emmons, U.S.N., was station in Alaska during the s and s, a time when the Navy was largely responsible for law and stability in the Territory. His duties brought him into close contact with the Tlingit Indians, whose Author: George Thornton Emmons. Otis T.
Mason in his Paper "on Aboriginal skin-dressing" has exhaustively treated the subject. A form of Skin-scraper, straight at the edge, was in use among the Pennacook tribe  of North America, and though some of the Eskimo instruments may have been used as planes, no doubt many were employed in dressing hides.
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Leather in archaeology: between material properties, materiality and technological choices Aboriginal skin-dressing - a study based on material book is one of the results of the. NY: American Bankers' Assn., First Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. This is a paper bound pamphlet of 16 pages, Previous owner from back then has written a single world at the top of the front cover, I think a name in old script.
and a page long essay on the inside of the back cover bemoaning the subversion of government by the corprate powers. A Hand-book of the church's mission to the Indians; 10/ by Lane on the French colonies on the Mississippi and Ohio, and in Canada; and on the aboriginal tribes of America.
02/ by Volney, C.-F Aboriginal skin-dressing: a. Harris, S. () Introduction: leather in archaeology, between material properties, materiality and technological choices. In: Harris, S. and Veldmeijer, A. (eds Cited by: 1.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.A text-book of tanning - a treatise on the conversion of skins into leather, both practical and theoretical - H.
R. Proctor () Aboriginal skin-dressing - O. T. Mason () About furs - G. R. Cripps () Adventurers of Oregon - a chronicle of the fur trade - C. L. Skinner ().