Records of the Past, Volume V, Part VI, June , 1906 (Periodical) (includes “Sacred Springs in the Southwest”)
1 in stock
Author: Hough, Walter (1859-1935)
Publisher: Records of the Past Exploration Society
Pub Date: 1906
Condition: Poor to Fair. Stapled binding tight, but staples rusting. Front cover detached from text body. Significant edge wear. Now in mylar sleeve.
Notes: The Records of the Past Exploration Society (founded 1900) was an early competitor of the National Geographic Society (founded 1888). This edition contains “Sacred Springs in the Southwest” by Walter Hough, at the time an assistant at the United States National Museum, an examination of the role of natural springs and pools in the religious lives of the Hopi, Zuni, Tewa, and other pueblo tribes in Arizona and New Mexico. Hough later went on to become the head of the Bureau of Ethnology. For a biography of Hough see https://anthrosource.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1525/aa.1936.38.3.02a00110 VERY RARE in the original edition. NO originals available for sale.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
You may also like…
American Indian Journal: Indians in the 70s Vol. 6, #1Read more
Ancient Oaxaca: Discoveries in Mexican Archeology and History$13.00Add to cart
Exploration 1975 (journal)$5.00Add to cart
American Anthropologist: Southwest Issue (Journal)$10.00Add to cart
Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 1$12.00Add to cart
Pipeline Archeologists (The Pipeliner, Autumn 1953) (Periodical)$10.00Read more
Journal of Ethnobiology V4#1Read more